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SYMBOLICAL HEAD-ATLAS OF THE BRAIN.
inclined to think of them separately, and, as I told you in my description of Comparison, we must classify and arrange all our ideas on every subject. Give me your attention, and you will find this geography of the brain to be a highly interesting subject.
2. By North, I mean above, upward, toward the top of the head, commencing at Amativeness, and also at the nose, with the exception of the three organs on the top of the head ; by South, I mean below, toward the neck, ears, and nose; by East and West I mean the sides, which will frequently be the same, because most of the organs are double. As you learn the boundaries of each organ, try to find it on the head of some of your friends. You will please refer to your atlas of the brain, or the Symbolical Head—the frontispiece of this volume and also to the bust marked by Fowlers & Wells, which represents one half of the head—the other half has the same organs; those on the top of the head extend in an equal space on the other side. You have probably learned, by the representations, the names of the organs, and, as each one is numbered, you will probably find no difficulty in placing them, or learning their situations.
No. 1. AMATIVENESS is bounded nauk by Philoprogenitiveness, south by the of the neck, northeast
mon for Life and Combativeness. and north YuILOPROGENITIVENESS is bounded north by inhabitiveness, south by Amativeness, east and west by Union for Life and Adhesiveness.
No. 3. ADHESIVENESS is bounded north by Concen
2. What should we do with all our ideas ? What will North mean? South East and West? To what must children refer? Give the name and boundary of organ No. 1. No. 2. No. 3.
trativeness, south by Union for Life, east by Inhabitiveness and Philoprogenitiveness, and west by Combativeness.
No. 4. INHABITIVENESS is bounded north by Concentrativeness, south by Philoprogenitiveness, east and west by Adhesiveness.
A. UNION FOR LIFE is bounded north by Adhesiveness, south by Amativeness, east by Philoprogenitiveness, and west by Combativeness.
No. 5. CONCENTRATIVENESS is bounded north by SelfEsteem, south by Inhabitiveness and Adhesiveness, east and west by Approbativeness and Adhesiveness.
No. 6. COMBATIVENESS is bounded north by Cautiousness, south by Amativeness, east by Adhesiveness and Union for Life, and west by Destructiveness and Secretiveness.
No. 7. DESTRUCTIVENESS is bounded north by Secretiveness and Acquisitiveness, south by the ear, east by Combativeness, and west by Alimentiveness.
No. 8. ALIMENTIVENESS is bounded north by Acquisitiveness, south by the cheek-bone, east by Destructiveness and the ear, and west by Calculation.
No. 9. ACQUISITIVENESS is bounded north by Sublimity, south vs Alimentiveness, east by Secretiveness, and west by Constructivou.
No. 10. SECRETIVENESS is bou. ness, south by Destructiveness, east byrth by Cautiousand west by Acquisitiveness.
No. 11. CAUTIOUSNESS is bounded north by Approbativeness, south by Secretiveness, east by Adhesiveness and Concentrativeness, and west by Sublimity.
Give the name and boundary of organ No. 4. A. No. 5. No. 6. No. 7. No. 8. No. 9. No. 10. No. 11.
GEOGRAPHY OF THE BRAIN.
No. 12. APPROBATIVENESS is bounded north by SelfEsteem, south by Cautiousness, east by Concentrativeness, and west by Conscientiousness.
No. 13. Self-Esteem is bounded north by Firmness, south by Concentrativeness, east and west by Approbativeness.
No. 14. FIRMNESS is situated in the top of the head, between Veneration and Self-Esteem, east and west by Conscientiousness and Hope.
No. 15. CONSCIENTIOUSNESS is bounded north by Firmness, south by Sublimity, east by Approbativeness, and west by Hope.
No. 16. Hope is bounded north by Veneration, south by Sublimity, east by Conscientiousness, and west by Marvellousness.
No. 17. MARVELLOUSNESS is bounded north by Veneration, south by Ideality, east by Hope, and west by Imitation.
No. 18. VENERATION is bounded north by Firmness, south by Benevolence, east and west by Hope and Marvellousness.
No. 19. BENEVOLENCE is situated between Veneration and Human Nature, east and west by Imita.: ~n.
No. 20. CONSTRUCTIVENESS is bounded north by Ideality, south by the temple, east by Acquisitiveness, and west by Tune and Mirthfulness.
No. 21. IDEALITY is bounded north by Imitation and Marvellousness, south by Constructiveness, east by Sublimity, and west by Mirthfulness.
B. SUBLIMITY is bounded north by Conscientiousness,
Give the name and boundary of organ No. 12. No. 13. No. 14. No. 15. No. 16. No. 17. No. 18. No. 19. No. 20. No. 21. B.
south by Acquisitiveness, east by Cautiousness, and west by Ideality.
No. 22. IMITATION is bounded north by Benevolence south by Mirthfulness and Ideality, east by Marvellousness, and west by Suavity.
No. 23. MirtuFULNESS is bounded north by Imitation, south by Time, east by Constructiveness, and west by Causality.
No. 24. INDIVIDUALITY is bounded north by Eventuality, south by the root of the nose, east and west by Size.
No. 25. Form is bounded north by Individuality, south by the nose, east by Size, and west by Individuality.
No. 26. Size is bounded north by Locality, south by the corner of the eye, east by Weight, and west by Form.
No. 27. Weight is bounded north by Locality, south by the eye, east by Color, and west by Size.
No. 28. Color is bounded north by Time, south by the centre of the eye, east by Order, and west by Weight.
No. 29. Order is bounded north by Time and Tune, south by the corner of the eye, east by Calculation, and west by Color.
No. 30. CALCULATION is bounded north by Tune, south by the cheek-bone, east by Alimentiveness, and west by Order and the eye.
No. 31. Locality is bounded north by Causality, south by Size and Weight, east by Time, and west by Eventuality.
Give the name and boundary of organ No. 22. No. 23. No. 24 No. 25. No. 26. No. 27. No. 28. No. 29. No. 30. No. 31.
GEOGRAPHY OF THE BRAIN.
No. 32. EVENTUALITY is bounded north by Comparison, south by Individuality, east and west by Locality.
No. 33. Time is bounded north by Mirthfulnsss, south by Color and Order, east by Tune, and west by Locality.
No. 34. Tune is bounded north by Mirthfulness, south by Calculation and Order, east by Constructiveness, and west by Time.
No. 35. LANGUAGE is bounded north by the Perceptive Faculties, south by the cheek, east by Calculation, and west by Form.
No. 36. CAUSALITY is bounded north by Suavity, south by Locality, east by Mirthfulness, and west by Comparison.
No. 37. COMPARISON is bounded north by Human Nature, south by Eventuality, east and west by Causality.
D. Suavity is bounded north by Imitation, south by Causality, east by Mirthfulness, and west by Human Nature.
C. HUMAN NATURE is bounded north by Benevolence, south by Comparison, east and west by Suavity.
DOMESTIC PROPENSITIES, as a class, are bounded north by the Selfish Sentiments, south by the neck, east and west by the Selfish Propensities.
SELFISH PROPENSITIES are bounded north by the Selfish and Semi-Intellectual Sentiments, south by the ear, east by the Semi-Intellectual Sentiments, and west by the Domestic Propensities.
Selfish SENTIMENTS are bounded north by the Moral
Give the name and boundary of organ No. 32. No. 33. No. 34 No. 35. No. 36. No. 37. D. C. Bound the Domestic Propensities. The Selfish Propensities. The Selfish Sentiments,