How To Read Human Nature by William Walker Atkinson

How To Read Human Nature

byWilliam Walker Atkinson

Kobo ebook | October 26, 2014

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I. Inner State and Outer Form … 9

II. The Inner Phase: Character… 29

III. The Outer Form : Personality.. 38

IV. The Temperaments 47

V. The Mental Qualities 68

VI. The Egoistic Qualities 76

VII. The Motive Qualities 81

VIII. The Vitative Qualities 89

IX. The Emotive Qualities 93

X. The Applicative Qualities 100

XL The Modificative Qualities 107

XII. The Kelative Qualities 114

XIII. The Perceptive Qualities 122

XIV. The Reflective Qualities 139

XV. The Eeligio-Moral Qualities. . . .148

XVI. Faces 156

XVII. Chins and Mouths 169

XVIII. Eyes, Ears, and Noses 177

XIX. Miscellaneous Signs 186



” Human Nature” is a term most fre-
quently used and yet but little understood.
The average person knows in a general way
what he and others mean when this term is
employed, but very few are able to give an
off-hand definition of the term or to state
what in their opinion constitutes the real es-
sence of the thought expressed by the famil-
iar phrase. We are of the opinion that the
first step in the process of correct under-
standing of any subject is that of acquaint-
ance with its principal terms, and, so, we
shall begin our consideration of the subject
of Human Nature by an examination of the
term used to express the idea itself.

” Human,” of course, means “of or per-
taining to man or mankind.” Therefore,
Human Nature means the nature of man or
mankind. “Nature,” in this usage, means:
‘ ‘ The natural disposition of mind of any per-
son; temper; personal character; individual

Title:How To Read Human NatureFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 26, 2014Publisher:celebratedminds.comLanguage:English

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