In part three of this groundbreaking lecture, Gravy discusses the characteristics and order of the intellectual versus the emotional being. The world is divided into people who DO things, and those who FEEL things. Those individuals who do things focus on objective realities such as accomplishments, outcomes, and production. Those individuals who feel things are primarily concerned with subjective idealism, such as love and happiness. In the end, actions objectively determine our fate while our feelings are subjective and misleading.