Text: David E. E. Sloane, “Phrenological Bust, 1824,” Early Nineteenth-Century Medicine in Poe’s Short Stories, Master of Arts Thesis, Duke University, 1966, addendum (This material is protected by copyright)


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NAMES OF THE PHRENOLOGICAL ORGANS

referring to the figures indicating their relative position.

Phrenological Bust, 1824

Phrenological Bust, 1835

George Combe’s Elements of Phrenology (Boston: March, Capen & Lyon, 1835), frontispiece

AFFECTIVE

I. Propensities.

1. Amativeness

2. Philoprogenitiveness

3. Inhabitiveness

4. Adhesiveness

5. Combativeness

6. Destructiveness

† Alimenativeness

7. Secretiveness

8. Acquisitiveness

9. Constructiveness

II. Sentiments.

10. Self esteem

11. Love of Approbation

12. Cautiousness

13. Benevolence

14. Veneration

15. Firmness

16. Conscientiousness

17. Hope

18. Wonder

19. Ideality

20. Wit or Mirthfulness

21. Imitation

INTELLECTUAL

I. Perceptive.

22. Individuality

23. Form

24. Size

25. Weight

26. Colouring

27. Locality

28. Number

29. Order

30. Eventuality

31. Time

32. Tune

33. Languagen

II. Reflective.

34. Comparison

35. Causality

 


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Notes:

None.

 

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