The Temperaments

opment ; every opossum has thé Vital Temperament , and every deer ( Fig . 113 )
the Mental or Nervous Temperament . When we come to speak of the common
domestic animals , we shall see that the case is quite different . Man has here ...

Author: Daniel Harrison Jacques

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The Temperaments in Education

In this book, Roy Wilkinson offers practical applications of such insights for teachers, parents, caretakers, and classroom situations.

Author: Roy Wilkinson

Publisher: Rudolf Steiner College Press

ISBN: 0945803524

Category: Education

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Roy Wilkinson lays out an approach to the four essential personality tendencies of children during the early elementary grades. What we call "temperaments" today were known in Greek times as the "four humors," which medical science at the time considered very important. Knowledge of the temperaments has fallen into the background, but Rudolf Steiner pointed to their importance for educators. Temperament has nothing to do with character or morality, but is in itself a basic quality--a "substance" though not material. People act or react in a certain ways according to their temperaments, irrespective of her upbringing, education, social standing, moral standards, or knowledge. The four temperaments--melancholic, phlegmatic, sanguine, and choleric--are related to the four elements--earth, water, air, and fire. In this book, Roy Wilkinson offers practical applications of such insights for teachers, parents, caretakers, and classroom situations.
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The Temperaments and the Adult Child Relationship

The choleric child experiences life through space and is often seen moving
around from room to room and place to place. This movement can be upsetting
for the phlegmatic adult who prefers to remain in one location for a period of time.

Author: Kristie Burns

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780557451272

Category: Family & Relationships

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For teachers, parents and ALL adults that interact with children - this book is as comprehensive as a textbook but as readable as a novel. Through guides, examples, stories and lessons the reader learns how to type him/herself, family members, students, and friends and to delve into the mysteries of how the different temperaments interact with each other. Because these interactions are unique, depending on the age and relationship of the people, this book focuses only on the adult-child relationship which can differ greatly from the adult-adult relationship or the child-child relationship. However, while this book does focus on the relationships between adults and children, one can also benefit from reading the different sections and applying some of the wisdom to his/her own relationships with other adults or by extrapolating ideas from the sections to help siblings get along better. The E-book is available at: http://www.lulu.com/product/ebook/the-temperaments-and-the-adult-child-relationship/10286552
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Understand Your Temperament

Conversational in tone and easily digestible, this book features fascinating discussions of the relationships between adults of various temperaments.

Author: Gilbert Childs

Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Press

ISBN: 9781855843585

Category: Psychology

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How can we better understand ourselves and others? The classical concept of the four temperaments - the four personality types characterized as the fiery choleric, the airy sanguine, the watery phlegmatic and the earthy melancholic - has been revered by many significant thinkers over the ages. In a refreshing treatment Dr Childs demonstrates how this ancient doctrine remains relevant to the present day. He shows us how we can recognize the temperaments in our fellow human beings as well as in ourselves, and how to understand their workings. A comprehension of their influence can boost personal development, as well as help improve interpersonal relationships. Conversational in tone and easily digestible, this book features fascinating discussions of the relationships between adults of various temperaments. Childs reviews matters of compatibility in partnership, family and workplace situations, liberally spicing his commentary with amusing examples of likely scenarios. He investigates the origins and manifestations of the temperaments in both their psychological and physiological aspects. There is also a section on the temperaments of children, with helpful and practical advice on dealing with individual issues. DR GILBERT CHILDS attended the Steiner teacher training course at Michael Hall after war service. He later studied at four universities, his doctoral thesis being entitled 'Steiner Education as Historical Necessity'. After teaching at State and Steiner schools he spent twenty years as a tutor in a further education college for severely physically disabled students. He is, in retirement, a full-time author and keen gardener. His published works include "Your Reincarnating Child" and "Truth, Beauty and Goodness".
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A Woman s Guide to the Temperaments

Explains how four personality types apply to a woman's concern as a wife and mother

Author: Donna Partow

Publisher: Zondervan Publishing Company

ISBN: 0310212049

Category: Family & Relationships

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Explains how four personality types apply to a woman's concern as a wife and mother
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The Temperaments

Author: Daniel Harrison Jacques

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ISBN: HARVARD:HC25TY

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The Phrenological Journal and Science of Health

8 asse THE TEMPERAMENTS : OR The Varieties of Physical Constitution in Man
, CONSIDERED IN THEIR RELATIONS TO ... It shows the Physiological and the
Pathological views in all their bearings , and the Relation of Temperament to ...

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The Four Temperaments

Rudolf Steiner describes how each person's combination of temperaments is shaped out of a particular kind of union between hereditary factors and the inner spiritual nature.

Author: Rudolf Steiner

Publisher: SteinerBooks

ISBN: 9780880106986

Category: FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS

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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

Individuals of the phlegmatic temperament Further information respecting the
opinions of the an are predisposed to ... arising from , or connected tients on the
subject of the temperaments may be found with , a low degree of vital energy .

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ISBN: BSB:BSB10400902

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Phrenology Made Practical and Popularly Explained

The temperaments which most resemble each other are the most frequently
united - hence , the lymphatic and the ... The brain is influenced in its action by
the prevailing temperament ; indeed , so much so , that in inferring character , the
 ...

Author: Frederick Bridges

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ISBN: OXFORD:590115804

Category: Phrenology

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The Principles and Practice of Dentistry

Temperament , also , exercises an influence upon the functional operations of the
body . The Temperament in ... Before proceeding further , it may be well to notice
the individual conditions or qualities known as temperaments . The word ...

Author: Chapin Aaron Harris

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ISBN: HARVARD:HC1714

Category: Dentistry

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Transactions

Besides this discovery, Dr. Powell seems to have described the temperaments
with a clearness, sharpness, fulness and accuracy which surpassed what had
been done before him. His great contribution to Science and our knowledge of ...

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The Temperaments

Author: Daniel Harrison Jacques

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Elements of Physiological Psychology

melancholic ” temperament results . A large degree of susceptibility to sensation
is naturally accompanied by feelings of attraction or dread toward the object of
sensation . This fact forms a basis for the “ cholerictemperament . And , finally ...

Author: George Trumbull Ladd

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044106204282

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"There can be no doubt that an important movement in psychology has arisen in recent times through the effort to approach the phenomena of mind from the experimental and physiological point of view. As a result of some years of study of the general subject, I express with considerable confidence the opinion that there is no ground for extravagant claims or expectations, and still less ground for any fear of consequences. In all cases of new and somewhat rankly growing scientific enterprises, it is much the better way to waive the discussion of actual or possible achievements, as well as of welcomed or dreaded revelations of new truth, and proceed at once to the business on hand. It is proposed in this book to follow this better way. It will be the task of the book itself to set forth the assured or alleged results of Physiological Psychology; and this will be done at every step with such degree of assurance as belongs to the evidence hitherto attainable upon the particular subject discussed. With declamation, either in attack or defense of the "old psychology," of the "introspective method," etc., one may dispense without serious loss. The method and arrangement of the book have been chosen so as to fit it for use, both as a text-book by special students of the subjects of which it treats, and also by the general reader who is interested in knowing what results have been reached by the more modern--and even the latest--psycho-physical researches"--Pref. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved)
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Transactions of the National Eclectic Medical Association of the United States of America for the Years

We come now to a group of hereditary legacies that are neither wholly vital , nor
strictly partial in their nature , the temperaments . These are hereditary legacies ,
marked by the prominent development of certain regions or systems of which the
 ...

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The Popular Science Monthly

rials that either singly or together formed the temperaments . They were
combined thus : hot and moist produced blood , hence the sanguine
temperaments ; cold and moist caused phlegm or pituita , and from this the
phlegmatic or lymphatic ...

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Dental Cosmos

J. ZIEGLER , M.D. “ Temperaments ; their Influence upon Mentality and Disease
in general . By Prof. A. P. DUTCHER , M.D. , of Cleveland , Ohio . — The doctrine
of the temperaments , or crases , was taught at a very early period of medical ...

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Documents of the Assembly of the State of New York

Modern civilization , he maintained , had produced the non - vital temperaments .
Mental labor in the bank , counting - room , etc. , had expanded the forehead and
produced the encephalic temperament . Wealth , and its attendant luxury and ...

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Etherology and the Phreno philosophy of Mesmerism and Magic Eloquence

The first division of the Temperaments seems to have been made as long ago as
the time of Aristotle , into the ... the Choleric and the Melancholic , and was
supposed to depend upon the predominant quality of the various humours or
fluids ...

Author: James Stanley Grimes

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ISBN: BL:A0018510120

Category: Hypnotism

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