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Definition[edit | edit source]

Destructiveness is the area of dynamic energy. Some authors call it Executive Energy. It stands for force, dynamism, fighting spirit (for any cause). It accumulates energy, basically for self-preservation. If untempered by the Moral faculties, which may direct its innate energy to higher aims, it will express itself in anger, violence, cruelty, vengeance.

Localisation[edit | edit source]

Destructiveness is located above the ears; if this faculty is strongly developed, the area above the ears will appear convex.

Interaction with other faculties[edit | edit source]

  • Destructiveness + strong Self-esteem: brutal tyrant (examples:Saddam Hussein,Stalin)
  • Destructiveness + strong Amativeness: sexual violence, dangerous moral conduct
  • Destructiveness + strong Intellectual faculties: intensive thinking activity.

(Examples Mao Zedong,Fidel Castro,Hitler)

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