Lehmann also believes that his aristocratic name “Soulié de Morant” was a forgery, and that he was born simply Georges Soulié. George Soulié de Morant went to China at the turn of the century, where he served as French Consul for Shanghai and as a judge in the French Concession in. “George Soulié de Morant was born in Paris on December 2, His father, Leon, an engineer who participated in the Mexican War, had met his mother.
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In his articles, Ben explains how the purported holistic views of health in acupuncture and Chinese Medicine are based on modern misinterpretations of medieval views on health and disease. Rh Hr marked it as to-read Jul 28, ChrisDeQi marked it as to-read Aug 15, Chinese Acupuncture by George Soulie De Morant One who has written these new truths into the great immortal book of human potentials, thus wresting from the vastness of time a morsel of permanence, cannot be said to have lived and worked in vain.
Special Points of Each Meridian. In many ways, he anticipated modern Western and Eastern needs by showing biomedicine how to expand its clinical gaze to include the qualities mornat relationships discovered by Chinese physicians. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Lists with This Book. Paul spent three weeks in Paris where George’s heirs kindly gave him access to the original notecards GSDM used to prepare the book.
Maria Cris marked it as to-read Dec 23, In fact, inthe office of the Surgeon General of the Air Force instituted a pilot program for active duty physicians to be trained by Helms Medical Instituteand gave out 32 scholarships on a competitive basis. Marvellous Points of the Hands and Fingers.
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Clark Mollenhoff rated it really liked it Nov 19, Sources of Energy I-IV. Description of Each Meridian. The Possibilities of Acupuncture. During that time, paradoxically, acupuncture was spulie from the Imperial Medical Institute of China by decree of the Emperor in Volume One of the text’s five parts describes the energetics of acupuncture; Volume Two, the application of those energetics; Volume Three, their relation to physiology.
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The practice of acupuncture, however, reappeared in France a few years after it was outlawed in China, and from there it mogant spread to Western Europe and the US.
Faizal Fazrin marked it as to-read Dec 01, Publisher’s Comment This book has an interesting history, which is described in the introduction by Paul Zmiewski. This changed the character of the project because it was now unlikely, if not impossible, for “L’Acuponcture Chinoise” to find the endorsements it would need to successfully compete with T. This level of practical detail has since been achieved only in specialised sections of technical works, but never on this scale.
Soulie de Morant’s masterpiece is the most detailed study of acupuncture available in a Western language. Diane Putt did most of the consistency checking, and text and index programming, when her then state-of-the-art UNIX machine was free from invoicing and statementing. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Nervous Mlrant, Endocrine Glands. Thus, Chinese Acupuncture has conveyed the ideals of the Sooulie medical arts to Western doctors and acupuncturists, capturing the imagination of an entire generation of physicians and continuing to inspire those who write or practice today. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Volume Four summarises the meridians and points, organising information around the classical concepts of energy circulation, so the reader perceives a clinical range much larger than that found in more recent English-language woulie.
Binod Prasad rated it liked it Jun 29, He guided me to perfect my clinical skills and to start teaching. Volume One of the text’s five parts describes the energetics of acupuncture; Volume Two, the application of those energetics; Volume Three, their relation to physiology.
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The book is universally recognized not only as a unique and historic achievement but also as one of the best, most detailed, and most practical of clinical texts. After this final trip to China, he wrote several books on Chinese art and literature. German Buitrago marked it as to-read Jun 29, Thus, Chinese Acupuncture has conveyed the ideals of the Chinese medical arts to Western doctors and acupuncturists, capturing the imagination of an entire generation of physicians and continuing to inspire those who write or practice today.
It was probably a purely economic decision; the original translation had been typed into a first-generation, disk-based typesetting machine. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our morrant pages to help you find your new favourite book. Trivia About Chinese Acupuncture.
The first two volumes of the present text were published circaand became the basis for his nomination for a Nobel Prize in This book is a unique historical document, but more than this, it is the most practical of texts and has already served a generation of clinicians well.
Other readers worked on the project but their georgs arrived too late to use because we had crossed our contractual publication deadline. In his book, Acupuncture EnergeticsHelms writes:.
Description Soulie de Morant’s masterpiece is the most detailed study of acupuncture available in a Western language.