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From “The Autobiography”: Franklin begins and ends each day with an essential question....what is that? What does it tell us about this man? (Remember he could begin and end the day with many other questions, such as “How much money, power, etc. did I acquire today?”)
This is more of a self opinionated question. You can tell that he was very smart obviously and always analyzed things by questioning himself
Which virtues on his list may have contributed to his many scientific pursuits and intentions?
From “The Autobiography”: Which virtues on his list may have contributed to his many scientific pursuits and intentions? Explain your answers.
I've never read it so I'm not sure
Paraphrase this “pearl of wisdom” from Franklin: Love your neighbor, yet don’t pull down your hedge.
paraphrase is very easy
you just summarize the meaning of that phrase
I would translate it as "don't overcome your welcome"
like keep your distance and privacy
oh ok that makes sence then!
He that lieth down with dogs shall rise up with fleas. so for this one something like, "dont stoops so low it hurts" ????
don't hang out with the wrong group
Tart words make no friends; a spoonful of honey will catch more flies than a gallon of vinegar. kindness is key???
if you associate with bad people you will acquire their faults (this is for the last one)
and yea you're correct, kindness is key
From “The Autobiography”: What is a virtue? What do you think of the virtues that Franklin has identified as being necessary for moral perfection? Has he left anything out?