make one in that way. The statesmen did not see the vital connection between our social wants and the faculties. They did not discover the actual and living factors of society in the brain itself, the direct source of all human activities.
Now that this discovery is actually made, we can lay out the plan for a complete social organism. The engraving of social functions illustrates this plan, on the next page. In the place of each faculty is the title of an officer. In this model the two brain centers are represented by a president and a presidess. The marshal is in place of the centron, a great nerve center through which the brain and the body act and react upon each other.
THE PRESIDING CENTERS of the brain, the motus and sensus, are duplicated in each hemisphere of the brain, right and left. The sensus or back center receives the impressions which come in from the various parts of the body on the nerves of sense. It is essentially receptive, and it dominates in the character of woman. But, like the front center, it has some power to combine and modify as well as to register these impressions.
The motus is the center for motor impulses. It combines currents from the intellect, the feelings and the will and sends these directive currents out to the various muscles throughout the body. The motus is essentially directive and positive. It dominates in the normal character of the male sex or man. Hence we have both a male and a female center in society, a presidess as well as a president.
These brain centers originate our idea that many different functions can be combined into a unity; that