HENRY FIELDING AS MORALIST
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HENRY FIELDING AS MORALIST
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Fielding's moral ideas, as expressed in his periodical essays and novels, are analysed within the context of contradictory opinions concerning human nature, held by English authors of the mid-eighteenth-century: deists and Anglicans, followers of Shaftsbury and Mandeville, methodists and latitudinarians. Special attention is paid to the mode by which Fielding's moral attitudes are expressed in his novels.
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human nature, natural religion, benevolism, happiness, virtue, good nature, ruling passion, prudence
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01.09.2011
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