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Names given by
Dr SPURZHEIM.

24. Bonté, bienveillance, Gutmeethigkeit, Benevolence. douceur, compas

Mitleiden, &c. sion, &c.

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Names and Orders of the Organs, according to the Classifi

cation in the Previous Editions of this work.

ORDER 1.-FEELINGS.

Genus I.-PROPENSITIES.

1. Amativeness.
2. Philoprogenitiveness.
3. Concentrativeness.
4. Adhesiveness.
5. Combativeness.

6. Destructiveness.

Appetite for Food.
7. Constructiveness.
8. Acquisitiveness.
9. Secretiveness.

Genus II.-SENTIMENTS.

1.--Sentiments common to Man with Lower Animals.

10. Self-Esteem.
11. Love of Approbation.

12. Cautiousness.
13. Benevolence.

2.- Sentiments proper to Man.

14. Veneration.
15. Hope.
16. Ideality.

Wonder. 17. Conscientiousness. 18. Firmness.

ORDER II.-INTELLECTUAL FACULTIES.

Genus I.-EXTERNAL SENSES.

Feeling or Touch.
Taste.
Smell.

Hearing
Sight.

Genus II.-INTELLECTUAL FACULTIES WHICH PERCEIVE

EXISTENCE.

19. Individuality.

Upper Individuality.

Lower Individuality. 20. Form.

21. Size.
22. Weight.
23. Colouring

Genus III.-INTELLECTUAL Faculties WHICH PERCEIVE THE

RELATION OF EXTERNAL OBJECTS.

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APPENDIX, No. I.

FACULTIES OF DR GALL.

The Note referred to on page 92 is printed on page 386, to which the reader is respectfully referred.

INDEX.

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