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Human science or phrenology. Its principles, proofs, faculties, organs, temperaments, combinations, conditions, teachings, philosophies, etc., etc. as applied to health. Its value, laws, functions, organs, means, preservation, restoration, etc. Mental philosophy, human and self improvement, civiliza online

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HUMAN SCIENCE

OR

PHRENOLOGY

ITS
PRINCIPLES, PROOFS, FACULTIES, ORGANS, TEMPERA-
MENTS, COMBINATIONS, CONDITIONS, TEACHINGS,
PHILOSOPHIES, ETC., ETC.

AS APPLIED TO

HEALTH

ITS VALUE, LAWS, FUNCTIONS, ORGANS, MEANS,
PRESERVATION, RESTORATION, ETC.

MENTAL PHILOSOPHY

HUMAN AND SELF IMPROVEMENT, CIVILIZATION, HOME
COUNTRY, COMMERCE RIGHTS, DUTIES, ETHICS, ETC.

GOD

HIS EXISTENCE, ATTRIBUTES, LAWS, WORSHIP,
NATURAL THEOLOGY, ETC.

IMMORTALITY

ITS EVIDENCES, CONDITIONS, RELATIONS TO TIME,
REWARDS, PUNISHMENTS, SIN, FAITH, PRAYER. ETC.

INTELLECT

MEMORY, JUVENILE AND SELF EDUCATION, LITERATURE,

MENTAL DISCIPLINE, THE SENSES, SCIENCES, ARTS,

AVOCATIONS, A PERFECT LIFE, ETC., ETC.

By PROF. 0. S. FOWLER

fokmer editor of "the american pheexological journal;" author of "fowler ox

phrenology;" "fowler on physiology;" "self-culture;" "memory;" "religion:"

"matrimony;" "hereditary descent;" "love and parentage:"

"maternity;" "the self-instructor," etc.

WHAT IS LIFE?
To be Young when Old, be Old while Young.



ENTERED ACCORDINS TO ACT OF CONORESS '.:• THE VE/.R llVC If

O. S. FOWLER

IH THE OFFICE OF THE LIBBARIAK OF CONORE88, AT WASHINOTOH, D. , V. t. A.



CONTENTS.



INTRODUCTION.

i. Life must be investigated as one Great Whole. . . • ^ .1]

2. New and True Health Prescriptions and Practices, . . ig

3. The Natural Philosophy of each Mental Faculty is alone given hero 2Q
i. The Phrenological Faculties analyze all Kature, and likevs^ise her

Author 23

5. Deiaition, Location, Classification, Names, and Numbers of the

Faculties . 26

6. It enables all to read and manage Men. .». = ., 31

7. The Combinations ot the Faculties, 34

8. The different Temperamental and Organic Conditions. . . .36

9. Description of the Faculties in five Degrees of Power, ... 38
'0. Its Application of Phrenology to Self-Cvdture and Perfecting Chil-
dren ... 4(1

•1. A right Theology the Basis of all Civilization, and Human Institu>

tions 42

12. Intellect, Memory, and their Culture ; Education, etc. . . , M

13. The Science of Human Life and Progi«se 58



PART 1. ORGANISM.

CHAPTER I.

THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF LIFE.

Section I.

VALUE AND IMPBOVEMKNT OF LIFE.

14. Apostrophe to Life, and the Value of its Functions. . ^ .61

15. The Enjo3rments of Life admeasure its Value 64

16. Improving Life our paramount Duty and Self -Interest . . . 70

17. Enjoying all we can as we go along 78

18. Life inheres in the Mentality. . *..... 76

111



IV CONTENTS.



Sbctio» n.

NATTJBAL LA^, ITS FHLLOSOPHT, EXISTBKCB, BBWABIM,
PUNISHMENTS, ETC.

19. Natural Laws govern Life throughout : their Bationale. . . 30

80. They embody the Divine Will and Mandates 8S

21. All Pain is consequent on their Violation 88

22. Every Law is Self -rewarding and Self-punishing 87

23. All physical Pain a curative Process. 89

24. Importance of studying these Laws M



Section IIL
obganism and its conditions, as ifanifesting and influencinci

LIFE.

25. All Functions manifested only by Organs 9t

26. AU Organs and Fimctions in mutual Rapport 96

27. All pleasurable Action improves, all painful impairs, the Life Entity. 100

28. Abnormal Physical Conditions create Sinful Proclivities. . . 102

29. Its materialistic^Objection answered 104

30. Normal Action always pleasurable and right; Abnormal painful

and wrong 106

31. Harmonious Action the Law, Antagoiiism its Breach. . . 106



CHAPTER II.

PHEBNOLOaT- IT» PRINCIPLES, PROOFS, FACTS, ETC

Section L

the con8tbuction of the human mind>

82 Definition and Explanation of Phrenology. . . . . . lU

18. The Structure and Elements of the Mind. 118

84. Definition and Description of a Mental Faculty, and of Conseiouft-

ness. 124

Section LL
the bkain : its offices, stbuctube, etc,

35. The Brain the Organ of the Mind 138

36. The Brain is the Organ of the Body 138

37. The Anatomy of the Brain prov^ that it is tb» Orgas of the Mind

and Body .... 188



CONTENTS. V

PACK

iS Sympathy betireen Body, Bndn, and Mind, and Taloe of Cerebral

Energy. . Ifi9

38. The Brain is composed of as m^ny distinct Organs as the Mind is of

Faculties 158

40. Size is a Measure of Power 164

41. Size of Brain as influencing Power of Mind. .... 168



Sbctiobt IIL

compabattvie anatomy altd dijtjitres of the bbain as proving
the truth of phrenology.

4a. Comparative Anatomy proves Phrenology. ... . 17S

43. Pathological Facts establish Phrenology 192

44 Magnetizing the Phrenological Organs, and their natural Language. 204

45. All Shape indicates Character . . 206

46. Phrenology is proved by the History of its Discovery. . . . 20t

47. The Author's own Experience and Testimony 21^



Section rv.
OBjEcnoirs : contobmity of the skull to the brain, sinuses, etc

48. The Shape of the Brain can be determined from that of the Skull ^

49. Drs. S«waU, Homer, and Hamilton, and their Objectioua. . . )g2

CHAPTER III.

OltiGANIC CONDITIONS, TEMPERAMENTS, SBLF-CULTUBE,

ETC.

Section L
the mentality fre-determines the organism, form, etc.

50. The Spirit Principle controls the Organic Structure throughout. . 227

61. Exercise and Transmission augment Organs perpetually. , . 23S

62. Organic Quality the primal Index of Character 284

Section II.

the temperaments and their influence on chasactss.

58. Homogeneousness an Ordinance of Nature. 2S7

54. Form the true Basis for temperamental Classification. . . 242
56. The Vital Temperament : its Description and Combinatitms. . . 245
56. The Motive, prominent, or powerful Temperament. ... 251

67. The Mental Temperament SBO

68. A well-balanced Organism by far the best §n



▼1 CONTENTS.

Section m.

QEKIEBAL INDICES OF CHABACTBB.

89. CoMiplexions, and what Traits of Character they indicate. . . 277
*) Beauty, Plainness, Forms, the Eyes, Intonations, Natural Language,
Modes, of "Walking, Speaking, Laughing, Sneezing, Acting,, etc.,
as signifying corresponding Specialties of Character. . . 282

Section IV.

rfi,OPOSTIONATE ACTION A LAW OF NATURE, AND ITS PROMOTION.

61. A well-balanced Organism the best 2&2

62 Strengthening weak Functions by their Exercise. . . . 299

63. Proportion a Law of the mental Faculties. ..... 302

64. Strengthening Faculties by Culture 307

65. Does exercising Faculties enlarge their Organs ? .... 309

66. Value of this self and juvenile improving Capacity. ... 328

67. Self-knowledge, as taught by Phrenology, the first Step towards

Self-culture 826

IB How to stimulate each Faculty to self -developing Action. . . 330



PART 11. HEALTH.

CHAPTER I.
ITS VALUE, FUKCTIONS, AND PROMOTION.

SECTION L
ITS TALUB, ATTAINABILITY, AND GOVERNMENT BY LAW.

69. Value of Good, Sound Constitutional Health «86

70. Health Attainable : and its Amount Possible 339

71. Diseases Curable : Hygiene better than Medicine. ... 84S
7£; Sickness and Death governed by Law, not Providence . . 848
19. Health a Duty : Sickness and premature Death sinf uL . . .862

Section n.

VITALITY ; its NECESSITY, ORGANS, AND PROMOTION.

74. Vitality tne first Prerequisite of Life 868

76. Each vital Function has its mental Faculty, cerebral Organ and

facial Polarity, ....... 8"



CONTENTS. VU

L ViTATiviaraiss.

ire iraiCBSSITY, ADAPTATION, OFFICE, ANALYSIS AND CUI.TITATION.

tAS*.

76. Love of Life a Primary Prerequisite of Existence 868

77. Descriptions, Combinations, Discovery of Vitativeness. . . 360

78. The "Will Cure, and the Let-Alone Cure. 864

Section III.

BBSPIBATION, ITS LAVTS, OBGAN8, AND PROMOTION.

79. Breathing a paramount Life Necessity 867

80. The Lungs, their Structure, Location, etc 371

81. Means by which the Lungs are inflated 373

82. How Oxygen is introduced Into the Circulation. . . . 376

83. The Circulation of the Blood effected mainly by Breathing, iiitite»d

of by the Heart . . 376

84. Licreasing Respiration by Diaphragm Breathing. . . . 381

85. The Breathing Cure 383

Section rv.

CONSUMPTION : ITS CAUSES PRETENTION, AND CUBE,

86. How to stave off a Tendency to Consumption. 88j

87. The Cure of Consumption , 8Si

Section V.

VENTILATION, ITS NECESSITY, MEANS, ETC.

88. Requisition for fresh Air . . 38fc

S9. The Ventilation of Dwellings, Dormitories, Church^, and Lecture

Rooms ; Blue Veins ; Posture, etc. . . . . . 38i>

CHAPTER II.

POOD: ITS KECESSITY, SELECTI0:N', MASTICATION, DIGES-
TION, APPROPRIATION, AND EXCRETION.

Section L

appetite: its analysis, adaptation, office, and desc&iftion.

W. Necessity for organic Material 398

n. Appetite, or " Alimentivbnbss."

91. Its Description, Combinations, Discovery, etc. ... ,401

92. The natural Food of «>ach Species feeds its own Specialties. , 408



Vlil C50NTENTS.



&01



93. N^ormal Appetite and Smell the iJtimate Arbiters of whaterei

appertains to Aliment 410

%. The Discipline, or Culture and Restraint of Appetite. . . 412
^. How often should we eat V- Luncheons, etc 416



Section II.

18 MAN NATUBALLY GRAMINIVOBOUS, OB OMNTVOBOU8 ?

96. Human Teeth not Carnivorous trtt

97 A mixed Diet can feed the greatest number. .... 422

98. Fruits and Grains more palatable than Meat 423

99. Animal Food promotes the Animal Propensities. . . . 426

100. Animal Slaughter blunts the moral Sentiments 431

101. Vegetables contain all the nutritious Elements required to sustain

Life 433

102. Facts, and the Experiences of the Author and others. . . .436

103. Summary of this flesh-eating Argument 438

Section IIL

THE PBEPABATION OF FOOD BY COOKING, ETC.

104. Desiccation absolutely necessary. 431

05. Flour and Bread, their Materials, Manufacture, etc. . . 44(1

106. Leavened and unleavened Bread. 442

107. Pastry, Eggs, and Spices . . • 446

108. Fruits 448

109. Sweets, Milk, Butter, Cheese, etc 451

110. Peas, Beans, Potatoes, Onions, Bsets, Carrots, Turnips, Squashes,

etc 458



Section IV.
HOT* to eat ; OB, mastication, quantity, time, etc.

111. The Mastication and Salivation of Food 456

112. The right Quantity of Food determined by Appetite. . . 459
118. Over-eating and Excess of Carbon a prolific Cause of Disease. . 464

Section V.

THE DIGESTIVE PROCESS, ITS ORGANS, PBOMOTION, ETC.

114. Structure and Office of the Stomach. 4*6

116. The Liver and Pancreas ; their Structure and FimctioiM. . . 471
316. Dyspepsia : its Evil*, oaiWM, and Cure. .... 4Tf



DONTENTS. IX

PASE.

117. Constipation And Looseness ; their Evils and Eemedies. . . 4T9

118. Bowel Prolapsus, Abdominal Supporters, Diarrhoea, Opiates, etc. . 482

119. The Drink of Djrspeptics— its Kind, Time, and Quantity. . . 486



CHAPTER III.
FLUIDS ; THEIR NECESSITY, OFFICE, SUPPLY, AKD EXITS,

Section I.

BIBATION ; ITS PHILOSOPHT, DE8CBIPTION, CUIiTUBE. BESTIUXNT, ETC

120. Need and Uses of Liquids in the Life Process 488

121. Soft Water vs. Hard ; Country vs. City, and Spring vs. Well. . 48t)

in. BiBATION, OB "AQUATIVENlBSe."

122. Its Description, Location, Cultiyation, Bestraint, etc. - . . ^

Sbctiok n.

ALCOHOLIC STIMULANTS AND NABOOTICS, MALT LIQUOBS, WTNB, TEA
COFFEE, AJTD TOBACCO.

123. Stiirulating Drinks, and their Constitutional Effects on Body and

Mind , . . 493

124. Analysis of this alcoholic Hankering ; and how to quenc' M;. . 602

126. Cases in which Alcohol benefits. . . 605

126. Tea, Coffee, and Tobacco .608

SBcnojT m.

FLT7ID BXCBETIONB.

127 The Kidneys and Bladder ; their Structure, Office, etc. . . 8H

128 The Crlands and Absorbents ; their Structure, and Sympftthj with

the mind Si ,

Section IV.

THE SI-OOD AITD ITS CIBCTJLATION ; THE HEABT AND ITS VrKUCTWE

129. Oflttce, Ingredients, and Circulation of the Blood. . . , . 61fi
\90 The Heart ; its Structure and Workings. ff*7



L GONTEKTS.

CHAPTER IV.

Al^TMAL WARMTH, SKIN ACTION^ AND SLEEP.

Section I.

ANIMAL HBAT ; ITS USES, MANUFACTUBE, AND DIFFUSrOlS.

131. Its Necessity and Amount 622

183. Carbonic Acid Gas ; its Formation and Expulsion. . . . 525

184. The Eegulation of Animal Heat by Food 527

135. Eegulation of Animal Heat by Fire. • 528

136. Clothes as regulating Warmth ; their Necessity, Quantity, Kinds,

etc 53C

137. Attire for the Head, Neck, Hands, and Feet. ... 582

Section II.

THE SKIN, PEBSPIBATION, ETC

13& The structure and Offices of the Skin. . . 5&

J39. Importance of keeping the Pores of the Skin open. 138

40. Colds cause most Diseases 542

141. Baths, and their Modes of Application. . . . . . 646

142. The cure of Colds by Perspiration ; Glassblowers . . 648

Section III.

SLEEP ; ITS NECESSITY, OFFICE, AMOUNT, TIME, PROMOTION, ETC.

143. Indispensability, Universality, and Office of Sleep. . . .561

144. Its Amount, Duration, Time, Promotion, Beds, etc. . . 563

CHAPTER V.
THE MOTIVE AND NERVOUS APPARATUS, AND FUNCTIONS.

Section I.

THE OSSEOUS AND MUSCULAR SYSTEMS.

145. The Human Skeleton 559

i46. The Muscles, their Necessity, Structure, and Mode of > ction. . 568

147. The power of the Muscular System 566

Section n.

EXERCISE ; ITS YALUB, BEST MODES, AND T J[E LIFTING CUBE.

148. Its Benefits, Pleasures, Cures, etc 569

149 The Exercise Cure, its amount and kinds, Walldng, Dancing, Lift-

tog. Rowing, Playing, etc 676



CONTEKnS. Z3

SscnoK m.

POSITION, FUNCTION, AND 8TBUCTU1RB OF THK NBBTSS.

PAOB.

iSO Description and Functions of the Nervous System. . 681

161 Bow Healthy and disf -ased Nerves affect the Mind. . . 688

162 The Cure for Nervorisi/ess and Neuralgia. ... . 680
168 freventives and Giives of Insanity 582

CHAPTER VI.
THE CURES OF DISEASES.
Section L
the vakious pathibs.

164 Homoeopathy, Hydropathy, and Coldpathy S96

165 The Electric, Magnetic, Sim, and Earth Cures 699

166. Palpitation of the Heart, Rhemnatism, Catarrh, and Asthma, their

Causes and Cures 60^

Section II.

ACUTE diseases, WOUNDS, CONYALESCENCE, ETC.

1 57. rreatment of Acute, Typhoid, and Contagious Diseases, Convales-

cence, etc. 606

158. Cumors, Eruptions, Warts, Moles, Scalds, Bums, Wounds, Boils,

Sores, Ether, etc 609

159. female Weakliness ; its Cause and Obviation 611

I^ The Author's Personal Health Experiences. .... 615
7*h tlules for preserving and regaining Health 619



PART HI. THE SELF-CARIM FACULTIES.

CHAPTER I.

THE ANIMAL PROPENSITIES.

fV. Acquisition : its Analysis, Culture, etc.

462. Self-interest the paramount Instinct of all that lives. . .087

Acquisition, ob "Acquisittveness."

168. Its Definition, Location, Discovery, and Philosophy. . . .681
164. History, Description, Cultivation, and Restraint of Acquisition. 68S



Kli CONTENTS.

V. Secretion, ob " SBCKBnyBNBes."

tAflS

165. Its Definition, Discovery, and Rationale 648

166. Description, Combinations, Culture, and Restraint of Secrecy. ^ 652

VI. Destruction, or "Destructiveness."

167. Its Location, Discoyery, Philosopliy, etc 666

168. Discovery, Description, Culture, and Restraint of Destruction. 668

Vn. Force, or "Combativeness."

169. Its Definition, Location, Philosophy, etc 667

170. Analysis, Description, Cultivation, and Restraint of Force. . 67<>

ChAffER II.
THE SOCIAL GROUP.

171. Its Location and Office e>V

Vni. Love, or "Amatiteness."

172. Its Definition, Location, Philosophy, and History. . . . .9*9

173. Description, Culture, and Restraint of Love 6SS

IX. Constancy, or "Union fob Life."

i74. Its Definition, Location, History, and Rationale 887

175. Description, Cultivation, and Restraint of Constancy. . . 690

X. Pabental Love, ob "Philoprogenitiveness."

U6. Its Definition, Location, Discovery, and Adaptation. . . .691
177. Description, Cultivation, and Restraint of Parental Love. . 897

XL Friendship, or "Adhesiveness."

178 Its Definition, Location, Discovery, and Adaptation. . . . 898

179. Description, Cultivation, and Restraint of Friendship. . 788

XII. Inhabitivbness.

180. Its Definition, Location, Discovery, and Office 708

181. Description and Cultivation of Inhabitiveness. Our Country :

"Republicanism." ...... 711



CONTSMTS. Xlll



XIII. CONTDOTITY, OR *' OONCJBNTIlATIVEiSrESS."



FAOE.



l^ Its Definition, Location, Adaptation, etc 715

183. Description and Cultivation of Continuity 720

The Aspiring Senttbootts.
«84. Their Necessity, Adaptation, etc 722

XIV. Caution, or " Cautiousness."

186. Its Definition, Location, Adaptation, etc 724

186. Description, Cultivation, and Eestraint of Caution. . . 729

XY. Ambition, or "Approbativeness."

187. Its Definition, Location, History, and Philosophy 788

188. Description, Cultivation, and Eestraint of Ambition. . . 743

XVI. DiGNiTT, OR "Self-Esteem."

189. Its Definition, Location, Adaptation, etc 748

190. Description, Cultivation, and Eestraint of Dignity. ... 766

XVn. Firmness.

191. Its Definition, Location, Discovery, and Adaptation. . . . 761
193. Description, Cvdtivation, and Eestraint of Firmness. ... 764



PART IV. MAN'S MORAL NATURE AND RELATIONS.

CHAPTER I

THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF EELIGION.

195 Man moral, and religious, by Constitution 767

194. Eeligion a natural and demonstrable Science. .... 771
i95 All their own Priests and Prophets „ . 776

196 Man's moral Organs Highest, and Faculties Supreme. . 778

XVIII. "Worship, or "Veneration."

197. Its Definition, Location, and Adaptation 780

198. Analysis and Combinations of Worship. . , . 78B
»W. Worship adores a God ; therefore a God exists. .... 79S



xiv CONTENTS.



200. This Demonstration of the Divine Existence timely. ... 799

203. Duty and Pleasures of divine Worship paramount. . . , . 802

202 Eeligion as a Eestraint of the Passions, and Preventive and Cure

of Disease 807

203 Prayer ; its Duty, and Benefits, and how answered. . . . 809

204. Men become like the God they love and Worship 813

205. Natural Theology as promoting Eeligion among Men. . . 814

206 Sectarianism accounted for : the true Sect 821

207 The Attributes of the Diety 828

208. Personality of the Divine Existence : Pantheism. ... 837

209. The true Way to augment Divine Worship 838

210. Eeligious Sects, Creeds, Ceremonies, Eevivals, etc. ... 840

211. Times for Eeligious Worship ; the Sabbath, etc. .... 844

212. A new Natural Laws Sect propounded 849

213. How to make Children love and practise Eeligion. . . . 852



CHAPTER II.

IMMOETALITY : ITS PEOOES, AND EELATIONS TO TIME.

XIX. Spirituality, "MABVEiiLOusnTESS,'' 'Wonder."

214. Its Definition, Discovery, and Adaptation. . . . .862

215. Description and Cultivation of Spirituality. .... 871

216. Immortality, and its Proofs : Are Brutes Immortal ? . . .877

217. The Conditions and Surroundings of Life Everlasting. . . 887

218. Spiritual Prayer, Special Providences, Communing with departed

Friends, Visions, etc. ... 881

XX. Hope.

219. Its Definition, Location, Discovery, Adaptation 894

sa). Description, Cultivation, and Eestraint of Hope. . . . 895

XXT. CONSCrENCB, OR "CONSCIENTIOUSNESS."

221. Its Definition, Location, Adaptation and Office

222. Description, Cultivation, and Eestraint of Conscience. . . 909

228. Punishment Here, and Hereafter 916

224 Penitence, Pardon, and Salvation from Punishment. . . . 920

225. Christianity and Phrenology in perfect Harmony. ... 925

226. Death as affecting the Soul, and Futm-ity .926

XXII. Kindness, or "Benevolence."

227. Its Definition, Location, Discovery, Adaptation, etc. . . .981

228. Description, Cultivation, and Eestraint of Kindneas. 986



CONTENTS. X\

CHAPTER III,
THE SELF-PERFECTIN'G GEOUP.

XXni. CONSTBUCTION, OR " CONSTEUCnVESTESS.''

PAaa.

229 [ts Definition, Location, Discovery, and Philosophy. . . . 948

2a^ Description, Combinations, Culture, etc., of Construction. , &47

XXIV. Beauty, ob "Ideality."

281 Its Definition, Location, Discovery, Rationale, etc 9SC

23S!. Description, Cultivation, and Restraint of Beauty. . , . 958

XXV. Stjblimity.

883. Its Location, Analysis, Cultivation, and Restraint. . , , . 9OT

XXVI. Imitation.

834. Its Definition, Position, Adaptation, etc. . .... 968

?85. Description, Cultivation, and Restraint of Imitation. . . 963

XXVIl. Mebth, ob "Mibthfxilness."

836. Its Definition, Location, Adaptation, etc .967

W. Description, Cidtivation, etc., of Mirth 971



PART T. THE INTELLECTUAL FACULTIES.

CHAPTER I.

fHE PERCEPTIVE FACULTIES AND THEIR IMPROVEMENT.

838. Intellect Man's Natural Guide and Governor .975

239. Memory : its Phrenological Analysis and Promotion. ... 182

140. The Perceptive Faculties : their Appearance, Description, etc. . 987

141. The Senses ; or, Touch, Sight, Hearing, Taste, and Smell. . 991

XXVni. Obsebvation, ob "Idtoividuality."

842^ Its Analysis, Location, and Adaptation 992

B43„ Description and Cultivation of Observation. . . . . 994

XXIX. FOBM.

SS44. Its Location, Discovery, and Adaptation. 9M

Deicription and Cultivation of Form. 1000



XVI OONTENTS.



XXX. Sizs.



wmmm

245. Its Location, Analysis, Description, GnltiyatieMO, ete. . . 1002

246. Description and Cultivation of Size 1003

XXXI, Weight.

247. Its Location and Adaptation, and the true Theory of ABtronoml'

cal Motion 1005

248. Description, Cultivation, etc., of Weight. . , . . . 1010

XXXn. Color.

249. Its Location, Philosophy, Description, and Cultivation. . . 1012

250. Description and Cultivation of Color. ...... 101a

XXXin. Order.

251. Its Definition, Location, Discovery, Philosophy, etc. . . . 1016

252. Description, Cultivation, and Eestraint of Order. . . . 1019

XXXIV. Computation, or "Calculation.'

253. Its Location, Adaptation, Description, Cultivation, etc. . . 1022

254. The Octal System of Arithmetic far surpaaaes the Decimal. . 1080

XXXV. Locality.

255. Its Location, Analysis, Discovery, Adaptation, etc. . . . 1012

256. Description and Cultivation of Locality 1C36

CHAPTER II

257. The Literary or Knowing Faculties 1041

XXXVI. Eventuality.

258. Its Location, Analysis, and Adaptation 1044

259. Its Description, Ulimitability, and Cultivation. . . . 1047

XXXVII. Time.

260. Its Definition, Location, Discovery, and Adaptation. . . . 1060

261. Description, Cultivation, and Improvement of Time, etc . 1063

XXXVIII. Tune.

262. Its Definition, Location, Discovery, and Philosophy. . . . 1072

263. Description, Influence, and Cultivation of Music. . . . 1074

XXXIX. Expression, or "Language."

264. Its Definition, Location, Discovery, and Adaptation. . . . 1083

265. Description, Utility, Cultivation, etc., of Expression. . . 1089

266. Eloquence, Lan^ages, etc 1093



CONTENTS.

CHAPTER III.
THE DEFLECTIVE FACULTIES,

PASS.

Wft lieason : its Definition, Location, Analysis, and Snpremac;. . 110?

XL. Causality.

268. ?t6s Definition, Location, History, Adaptation, etc. . . .1110

269. Description, Deficiency, Uses, and Culture of Causality. . . 1118

XLI. Comparison.

270. Its Definition, Location, History, Philosophy, etc 1128

271. Description, Cultivation, etc., of Comparison 1127

XLII. Intuition, ob "Human Natubb."

272. Its Location, Adaptation, Description, Culture, Physiognomy, etc. 11S2

273. Description, Cultivation, etc., of Intuition IIM

XLin. Ubbanitt, ob "Agbbkablbnbss."

274. Its Definition, Description, Location, Adaptation, and Cultur*. • 1189



PART VL PHRENOLOGY APPLTJID.

Section L

THE TBUE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM.

^5. Defects of existing Scholastic Methods. . . . 1141

276. The True Educational System 114S

277 Speech vs. Text Books as an Educator. . ... 1154

Section II.

OHEAP AND good HOMES, AND CISTEBNS ; AND THE wKAYBiL VALL

material, and octagon form of houses.

278. Gravel and Lime vs. Wood and Brick 1160

279. How to make good Eain Water Cisterns cheap. . . , 1168

280. The Octagon Forip-of Houses, Barns, etc., preferable. . . .1173

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SUCCESS IN life : its extent, CONDITIONS, ETC.

881. In what Ends to invest our Life Entity - 1180

^2. What Developments are ner^essary for special Vocations. . 1181

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283. What Conditions guarantee Success, and cause Failure.

284. The Phrenology of Mangas Colorado, or Eed Sleeve.
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