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It was very much an elitist movement. There were many critics of this movement. “I was given to understand that whatever was unintelligible would be certainly transcendental,” Charles Dickens wrote. Define transcendentalism and then evaluate its credibility as a worldview. ANSWER: Transcendentalists are very subjective and then somewhat vague in their pursuit of truth. This reader agrees with Dickens. The reader feels that it was an esoteric, illogical, movement with no substance in fact. C. In the 17th century, the best histories were written by Puritan ministers who saw history as the working out of God’s will.

Students will review all readings for chapter 5. Lesson 2 Phillis Wheatley Part Two Assignments • Warm-up: Some critics — especially of African–American descent — have been critical of Phillis Wheatley. While they respect her achievements and writing ability, they wish that she had used her talents to lead a slave revolt or to perform a Harriet Tubman-like role, at least not to extol the whites. She seemed too willing to accept her station in life. Do you agree? • Students should complete Concept Builder 5-B.

He lived through two kings and saw two American governments formed. He lived through one world war and one revolution. S. Constitution. He was a statesman, but was he a Christian believer? His personal behavior would suggest otherwise but what does his Autobiography say? Chapter Learning Objectives As a result of this chapter study you will be able to . . 1. Evaluate Ben Franklin’s faith journey. 2. Discuss if the autobiography was a “rags to riches” story or was it a self-serving, egotistical story of a man’s self-absorption.

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