- Ideality (Phrenology)
Ideality is a faculty from the discredited
pseudosciencediscipline of phrenology. Ideality describes the disposition towards perfection, towards beauty and refinement in all aspects of life. It is localized on the temples, above and behind constructiveness. Ideality creates the width of the temples; a weak Ideality means narrow temples.
Interaction with other faculties
*Ideality + weak perceptive faculties: quest for immaterial beauty - literature, poetry,..
*Ideality + strong perceptive faculties: quest for material beauty - art,...
*Ideality + strong
constructiveness: artistic talent
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