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Analogy Analytical exhibition Appetite and Sensation Axioms and Maxims betwixt Blood Capacities and Sagacities Centre Diagram Co-ordinate Poles conjointly pivoted connection Consanguinity consisting more positively contrasted or opposite Cross Destiny of Social Domesticity or Domestic Doubt and Inquiry Edinburgh Review Empiricism explicated Faith Family-Love FEMALE OR SPECIES Final Idea Friendship and Ambition GENUS OR RACE IDEA OF BODY-SENSE IDEA OF INSTINCT IDEA OF INTELLECT IDEA OF SOUL-AFFECTION Idea of Spirit IDEAL Industrial Virtue Instinct and Intellect inter-connexion interaction beget KIRSHAW Law.—That Left Hand Diagram Lower Diagram Lower Section Male and Female Man's Marriage Metaphysics Mode of Idea Mode-Axes negative pole Order-ing Perceptions and Conceptions Physical Talent Plate Plate III Polar Ideas positive pole Primary Axis represented Right Hand Diagram Right Hand Section Scepticism Secondary Axis Self-law-giving Social and Industrial Soul-Affection and Body-Sense Spirit or Self-law-giving-Energy Spirit-Essence symbol Synthetical Co-ordination tendencies Thought Truth two-fold modes underlies all Material Upper Diagram Upper Section Worded-Ideas
Página i - Only try your pupils, and mark the kindling of the eye, the lighting up of the countenance, the revival of the flagging attention, with which the humblest lecture upon words, and on the words especially which they are daily using, which are familiar to them in their play or at their church, will be welcomed by them. There is a sense of reality about children which makes them rejoice to discover that there is also a reality about words, that they are not merely arbitrary signs, but living powers ;...
Página i - fossil poetry ' ; in other words, we are not to look for the poetry which a people may possess only in its poems, or its poetical customs, traditions, and beliefs. Many a single word also is itself a concentrated poem, having stores of poetical thought and imagery .. laid up in it.
Página v - Latin, &c., &c., there is not one amongst them the existence of which may not be traced to the remotest antiquity.
Página iv - From the dawn of organized Paganism in the Eastern world to the final establishment of Christianity in the Western, the Cross was undoubtedly one of the commonest and most sacred of symbolical monuments...
Página iv - Populations of essentially different culture, tastes, and pursuits— the highlycivilized and the semi-civilized, the settled and the nomadic — vied with each other in their superstitious adoration of it, and in their efforts to extend the knowledge of its exceptional import and virtue amongst their latest posterities.
Página iv - Diversified forms of the symbol are delineated more or less artistically, according to the progress achieved in civilization at the period, on the ruined walls of temples and palaces, on natural rocks and sepulchral galleries, on the hoariest monoliths and the rudest statuary; on coins, medals, and vases of every description; and in not a few instances, are preserved in the architectural proportions of subterranean as well as superterranean structures of tumuli, as well as fanes.