Fowler's practical phrenology: giving a concise elementary view of phrenology; presenting some new and important remarks on the temperaments; and describing the primary mental powers in seven different degrees of development: the mental phenomena produced by their combined action: and the location of the organs amply illustrated by cuts. Also, the phrenological developments, together with the character and talents, of ...

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Fowlers and Wells, 1849 - Psychology - 70 pages
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