urgent or strong, the impulse is supported by polar organs of the second degree. As shown in the engraving, we perceive and remember about a thing, as at _-1. Then we think or reason about it, as at SR. The response to this is to carry out the thought by acting, as at St. But action requires materials to work with, from the group of wealth, at W. A geometric law in the brain enables these faculties to respond and support each other in this definite way.
In public assemblies, to "second a motion" should be to carry out this law. A motion made in any given department naturally requires the support of a balancing or polar department, and the seconding of the motion should come from the latter.
As every part, and consequently every kind of wants, is represented by an officer or a subgroup, we do away with the necessity for endless committees, and motions to refer things to them. This definite classification of duties and functions greatly simplifies