"the unprejudiced observer -...- be his powers of penetration ever so great, takes note of nothing in every individual disease, except the changes in the health of the body and of the mind (...) which can be perceived externally by means of the senses ;" (Hahnemann's Organon § 6) (1)
"This individualizing examination of a case of disease, ...,demands of the physician nothing but freedom from prejudice and sounds senses, attention in observing and fidelity in tracing the picture of the disease." (§ 83)
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