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Compared to the moderatism and romanticism clusters, the ever-cautious cluster of classicism tends to value costume, scene, and image manipulation.
Pietism was to Baumgarten what Arminianism was to Warburton and Vernet, but Sorkin also traces the influence of Dutch Collegialism and English moderatism on Baumgarten's defense of "the true middle way"--a way that included appeals to natural law, natural religion, and revelation and scripture.
from family to family-like communities); (3) moderatism -- harmonious order in human relationships as central, 'natural' law of human interaction; and (4) voluntarism -- self-cultivation as a central factor in human relationships, as the 'natural' motive for human development.