Text: David E. E. Sloane, “Alternate 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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PHRENOLOGY — PRIMITIVE FACULTIES

Phrenological Bust, 1824

Phrenological Bust, 1824

Charles Caldwell’s Elements of Phrenology (Lexington, Kentucky: T. Skillman, 1824), facing p. 46.

A. Propensities.

I. Amativeness

II. Philoprogenitiveness

III. Inhabitiveness

IV. Adhesiveness

V. Combativeness

VI. Destructiveness

VII. Constructiveness

VIII. Covetiveness

IX. Secretiveness

X. Self-Esteem

B. Sentiments.

XI. Love of Approbation

XII. Cautiousness

XIII. Benevolence

XIV. Veneration } These five are proper to man

XV. Hope }

XVI. Ideality, Wonder }

XVII. Conscientiousness }

XVIII. Firmness }

C. Knowing Faculties.

XIX. Individuality

XX. Form

XXI. Space

XXII. Resistance

XXIII. Colour

XXIV. Locality

XXV. Order

XXVI. Duration

XXVII. Number

XXVIII. Tune

XXIX. Language

D. Reflecting Faculties.

XXX. Comparison

XXXI. Causality

XXXII. Wit

XXXIII. Imitation

XXXIV. Supernaturality

 


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Notes:

None.

 

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