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Comparing the moderatism and classicism clusters with romanticism, the romantic group scored most on the value of feeling.
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.
If I promessi sposi is 'a truly hegemonic work' and 'a social text that produces a legitimizing strategy for Catholic moderatism' (p.
Its religion is generously laced with sociology and even literary criticism, though its prevailing tone is a modern version of the 'Moderatism' against which (as much as patronage) the Free Church evangelicals protested.