Vaught's Practical Character Reader

Vaught's Practical Character Reader

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 edition. Excerpt: ... as these three have. Nearly all human treachery can be traced to one or more of these three faculties. INSTINCTIVE! LOVE OF LIFE r FIRST LAW OF) NATURE IS ( SELF PRESERV-( ATION" j THECAT.CATFI5H, TEXAS PONY AND HARD SHELLED TURTLE RESISTANCE TO DEATH Use your own eyes and notice how enormously developed people are right behind the ears who are very tenacious of life. One can see such development at a glance, ten to twenty feet away. VITALITY. Vitality is specifically inherent in Alimentiveness. Secondarily in Amativeness. To these add the element of Vitativeness and you have innate love of life, as well as vitality. Together they give all there is of vitality and constitute what is called constitution. HOW TO READ THE NOSE. The nose may be divided into three distinct parts as indicated in the above figure. The bony part represents the Motive Temperament. The tip represents the Mental Temperament. The wings represent the Vital Temperament. iHow true this is may be clearly /seen in very marked cases of each temperament. Take a distinct Vital Temperament and study the nose that goes with it and then do the same with the Motive and Mental temperaments. Generals Sheridan, Sherman, Logan, Miles, Napoleon, Moltke, Napier had or have Motive noses. So has Admiral Dewey. So had Lincoln and Grant. Washington and Beecher had the three more nearly equal. Lord Salisbury, Robert Ingersoll, Senator Mason and Dwight L. Moody show plenty of the vital part of the nose. Herbert Spencer, Eugene Field and Robert Louis Stevenson show a distinct predominance of the Mental part. It is a question of the predominance of faculties. A distinct Vital Temperament cannot produce a Mental form of nose. Noses mean something. They have direct causes. These are more

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  • Paperback | 38 pages
  • 184 x 236 x 4mm | 100g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236496817
  • 9781236496812