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" Muscles are in a most intimate and peculiar sense the' organs of the will. They have built all the roads, cities, and machines in the world, written all the books, spoken all the words, and, in fact, done everything that man has accomplished with matter. "
Adolescence: its psychology and its relations to physiology, anthropology ... - Page 131
by Granville Stanley Hall - 1904
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Youth: Its Education, Regimen, and Hygiene

Granville Stanley Hall - Education - 1917 - 379 pages
...function they play a very important role. Muscles are in a most intimate and peculiar sense the o7gans"of the will. They have built all the roads, cities, and...everything that man has accomplished with matter. If they afe^unHeveloped or grow relaxed and flabby, the dreadful chasm between good intentions and their execution...
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Lessons in psychology

Elizabeth Helen Hannahs - Psychology - 1908 - 219 pages
...will, "Muscles are in a most intimate and peculiar sense the organs of the will. They have built all roads, cities and machines in the world, written all...the dreadful chasm between good intentions and their executions is liable to appear and widen. Character might be in a sense defined as a plexus of motor...
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Lessons in psychology

Elizabeth Helen Hannahs - Psychology - 1908 - 219 pages
...his age, not an adult's but a child's, requires. II. As to the relation of muscular training to will, "Muscles are in a most intimate and peculiar sense the organs of the will. They have built all roads, cities and machines in the world, written all the books, spoken all the words, and, in fact,...
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The normal child and primary education

Arnold Gesell, Beatrice Chandler Gesell - Education, Primary - 1912 - 342 pages
...languidly, but with the intoxication of delight, if he is to benefit by that use. G. Stanley Hall says : " Muscles are in a most intimate and peculiar sense the organs of the will. . . . Character might in a sense be denned as a plexus of motor habits. . . . Skill, endurance, and...
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Rational Sex Ethics: A Physiological and Psychological Study of the Sex ...

Walter Franklin Robie - Hygiene, Sexual - 1916 - 352 pages
...and women should do all their lives, I introduce here a condensation of a few pages of "Adolescence." "Muscles are, in a most intimate and peculiar sense, the organs of the will." "Modern Psychology, then, sees in muscles organs of expression of all efferent processes." "For the...
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Play in Childhood

Margaret Lowenfeld - Medical - 1991 - 246 pages
...Hall, at the same time, places overwhelming emphasis upon muscular development. "Muscles", he writes, "are in a most intimate and peculiar sense the organs...everything that man has accomplished with matter. Character might be in a sense defined as a plexus of motor habits." Sully, as a psychologist, viewed...
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