Organon §188

These maladies were considered to be merely local, and therefore were called local maladies. They were considered to be illnesses that occurred almost exclusively in these parts, in which the organism took little or no part; that is, they were considered to be sufferings of these single, visible parts of which, so to speak, the remaining living organism knew nothing. 177


177 This is one of the many, ruinous chief follies of the old school.