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Part IV.-SPECTAL SYNTHESIS. 4. The Genesis of Compound 1. The Nature of Intelligence.

Nervous Systems. 2. The Law of Intelligence.

5. The Genesis of Doubly-Com3. The Growth of Intelligence.

pound Nervous Systems. 4. Reflex Action.

6. Functions as Related to these 5. Instinct.

Structures. 6. Memory.

7. Psychical Laws as thus Inter7. Reason.

preted. 8. The Feelings

8. Evidence from Normal Varia9. The Will.

tions. Part V.-PHYSICAL SYNTHESIS.

9. Evidence from Abnormal 1. A Further

Variations,
Interpretation
Needed.

10. Results. 2. The Genesis of Nerves.

APPENDIX. 3. The Genesis of Simple Ver- : On the Action of Anästhetics and vous Systems.

! Narcotics.

CONTENTS OF VOL. II. Part VI.—SPECIAL ANALYSIS. 20. The Relations of Cointension 1. Limitation of the Subject.

and Non-Cointension. 2. Compound Quantitative Rea

21. The Relations of Coextension soning

and Non-Coextension. 3. Compound Quantitative Reis

22. The Relations of Coexistence soning, continued.

and Non-Coexistence. 4. Imperfect and Simple Quan

23. The Relations of Connature titative Reasoning.

and Non-Connature. 5. Quantitative Reasoning in

24. The Relations of Likeness and General

Unlikeness. 6. Perfect Qualitative Reason

25. The Relation of Sequence. ing.

26. Consciousness in General. 7. Imperfect Qualitative Reason

27. Results. ing. 8. Reasoning in General.

PART VII.-GENERAL ANALYSIS. 9.. Classification, Naming, and 1. The Final Question. Recognition.

2. The Assumption of Meta10. The Perception of Special Ob

physicians. jects.

3. The Words of Metaphysicians. 11. The Perception of Body as 4. The Reasonings of Metaphysipresenting Dynamical, 'Sta

cians. tico-Dynamical, and Stati- 5. Negative Justification of Realcal Attributes.

ism. 12. The Perception of Body as 6. Argument from Priority.

presenting Statico-Dynami- 7. The Argument from Simplicity.

ca' and Statical Attributes. 8. The Argument from Distinct13. The Perception of Body as pre

ness. senting Statical Attributes. 9. A Criterion Wanted. 14. The Perception of Space. 10. Propositions qualitatively dis15. The Perception of Time.

tinguished. 16. The Perception of Motion. 11. The Universal Postulate. 17. The Perception of Resistance. 12. The test of Relative Validit: 18. Perception in General.

13. Its Corollaries. 19. The Relations of Similarity 14. Positive Justificati and Dissimilarity.

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CONTENTS.
PARTI.—THE DATA OF SOCIOLOGY.

17. Supernatural Agents as caus

ing Epilepsy and Convul1. Super-Organic Evolution. 2. The Factors of Social Phe

sive Actions, Delirium and

Insanity, Disease and Death.

18. Inspiration, Divination, Exor3. Original External Factors.

cism, and Sorcery.
4. Original Internal Factors.
5. The Primitive Man-Physical.

19 Sacred Places, Temples, and

Altars ; Sacrifice, Fasting, 6. The Primitive Man-Emotional.

and Propitiation ; Praise

and Prayer. 7. The Primitive Man--Intel

20. Ancestor-Worship in General. lectual

21. Idol-Worship and Fetich-Wor8. Primitive Ideas. 9. The Ideas of the Animate and

ship.

22. Animal-Worship. the Inanimate.

23. Plant-Worship. 10. The Ideas of Sleep and Dreams.

24. Nature-Worship. 11. The Ideas of Swoon, Ape

25. Deities. plexy, Catelepsy, Eest.

Primitive Theory of 27

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CONTENTS.

PART IV. CEREMONIAL INSTITUTIONS. 1. Ceremony in General.

8. Titles. 2. Trophies.

9. Badges and Costumes. 3. Mutilations.

10. Further Class-Distinctions. 4. Presents.

11. Fashion. 5 Visits.

12. Ceremonial Retrospect and 6. Obeisances.

Prospect 7. Forms of Address.

PART V. POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS. 1. Preliminary.

11. Local Governing Agencies. 2. Political Organization in 12. Military Systems. General.

13. Judicial Systems. 3. Political Integration.

14. Laws. 4. Political Differentiation. 15. Property. 5. Political Forms and Forces. 16. Revenue. 6. Political Heads — Chiefs, 17. The Militant Type of Society. Kings, etc.

18. The
Industrial Type

of 7. Compound Political Heads.

Society. 8. Consultative Bodies.

19. Political Retrospect and 9. Representative Bodies.

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ants.
4. Eldest Male Descendants as

Quasi-Priests. 5. The Ruler as Priest.. 6. The Rise of a Priesthood. 7. Polytheistic and Monotheistic

Priesthoods. 8. Ecclesiastical Hierarchies. 9. An Ecclesiastical System as a

Social Bond.

10. The Military Functions of

Priests. 11. The Civil Functions of Priests. 12. Church and State. 13. Nonconformity. 14. The Moral Influences of

Priesthoods. 15. Ecclesiastical Retrospect and

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THE DATA OF ETHICS.

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10. The Relativity of Pains and 2. The Evolution of Conduct.

Pleasures. 3. Good and Bad Conduct.

11. Egoism versus Altruism. 4. Ways of Judging Conduct. 12. Altruism versus Egoismo. 5. The Physical View.

13. Trial and Compromise. 6. The Biological View.

14. Conciliation. 7. The Psychological View 15. Absolute Ethics and Relative 8. The Sociological View.

Ethics. 9. Criticisms and Explanatious. 16. The Scope of Ethics.

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18 The Rights of Free Speech 2. Subhuman Justice.

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Addition, 5. The Idea of Justice.

20. The Rights of Women, 6. The Formula of Justice. 21. The Rights of Children. 7. The Authority of this 22. Political Rights -- so called. Formula.

23. The Nature of the State. 8. Its Corollaries.

24. The Constitution of the State. 9. The Right to Physical

25. Duties of the State, Integrity.

26. Limits of State-Duties. 10. The Rights to free Motion and 27. Limits

of State-Duties, Locomotion,

continued. 11. The Rights to the Uses of 28. Limits of State-Duties, Natural Media.

continued. 12. The Right of Property.

29, Limits of State-Duties, 13. The Right of "Incorporeal

concluded, Property. 14. The Rights of Gift and Bequest.

APPENDICES. 15. The Rights of Free Exchange and Free Contract.

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