Franklin and Emerson

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American History

 

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Julia R

 

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October 6, 2014

 

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University

 

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Evidence of Franklins discipline is shown through his thirteen virtues. He came up with thirteen ideas, of which to live each day by. He intended to follow them everyday and said, "My intention being to acquire the habitude of all these virtues" (Franklin). This statement proves he intended to follow them every day and make them habitual...
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They were very strict and he abided by them for some time but they eventually became very tough for him. Even though he did not follow these virtues for a long time, it still shows his intent of discipline. In addition to his virtues, Franklin taught himself several languages. It is very difficult to teach something to ones self, but with enough discipline it can be done...
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