and emotions in the brain. Hence woman is more ruled by these and less by ideas and material influences.
In woman the whole physical system is more elastic, receptive and sensitive than in man. And man is more vigorous, hardy, positive, muscular, bold, cool and scientific. Woman offsets this by being more yielding, gentle, loving, ardent and intuitive.
Woman can reason as critically and acutely as man. But her first impulse is to look at a truth or a proposition through her intuition, that broad intellectual glance that sees outlines, colors and proportions without the details.
The mental faculties are all arranged in pairs. One in each pair is positive or masculine, the other is receptive or feminine. This gives us the pairs-form and color, number and language, memory and attention, reason and inspiration, invention and truth, amity and manners, faith and love, hope and luxury, devotion and fidelity, parenity and reverence, patriotism and aurosense, appetite and feeling, dignity and laudation, integrity and industry, liberty and stability, defense and economy, destruction and caution, aversion and locomotion.
An immense mass of careful observations and exact measurements were used by the author in discovering this pairing of the faculties. These observations were extended to all the races of men and to all. the ages and stages of history. Do these present differences of the two sexes represent something which is permanent, or something which was incidental, and due only to unfavorable differences of opportunity and development? Science answers that they are