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The Romance of the Rose and the Birth of FictionThe Romance of the Rose and the Birth of Fiction
Richard assumes that spiritual ascent begins in the present, with “proximate pleasures,” and selfish desires and fears, such as fear of God; although in the end Leah proves to be part of the soul
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Bridget Sullivan Research Seminar FinalBridget Sullivan Research Seminar Final
Roger Williams, himself an exile from Massachusetts, founded Rhode Island on the principle of separation of church and state. As such
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Title: \Title: 'Writing in the Spaces Left': Literacy as a Process of Becoming in the Narratives of Frederick Douglass
Publication Details: American Transcendental Quarterly 3 (Sept. 1995): p195-227
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Frederick Douglass 1817-1895 Frederick Douglass and TranscendentalismFrederick Douglass 1817-1895 Frederick Douglass and Transcendentalism
Transcendentalists, and indeed it is. Yet one could make the case that in philosophical, literary, and activist terms, his life shows many transcendental parallels, if not direct influences
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Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave. Written by Himself. (1845)Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave. Written by Himself. (1845)
She did not deem it impudent or unmannerly for a slave to look her in the face. The meanest slave was put fully at ease in her presence, and none left without feeling better for having seen her. Her face was made of heavenly smiles
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This book is a critique of the Nietzschean variant of moral relativism and its consequences for morality generallyThis book is a critique of the Nietzschean variant of moral relativism and its consequences for morality generally
An important point that is reiterated throughout this work is that if any ethical system is not helpful in making man to live a responsible, reasonable and balanced moral life, such as ethics should be rejected
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11th Grade Immigration Inquiry11th Grade Immigration Inquiry
Raymond O. Evans, cartoon about immigration, “The Americanese Wall—as Congressman John Lawson] Burnett Would Build It,” Puck, March 25, 1916. Public domain
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