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English III Unit 2 Terms.[print questions]

An abrupt statement of truth or a concise generalization, which may or may not be witty
a) Aphorism
b) Maxim
c) Deism
d) Heroic Couplet

Opposition to the adoption of the United States Constitutio
a) Anti-Federalism
b) Federalism
c) Natural Law
d) Deism

The principle that government must maintain an attitude of neutrality toward religion
a) Separation of Church and State
b) Natural Law
c) Federalism
d) Anti-Federalism

Attempt to appeal to the intellect, not emotion
a) ethos
b) logos
c) pathos
d) none of the other choices

A principle considered as derived from nature, reason, or religion and as ethically binding in human society
a) Natural Law
b) Salvation
c) Deism
d) None of the other choices

The state of being saved from harm, risk, loss, or destruction
a) Salvation
b) Deism
c) Natural Law
d) Aphorism

Two lines of rhyming iambic pentameter
a) Heroic Couplet
b) Aphorism
c) Maxim
d) None of the other choies

A succinct statement that contains a principle or general truth about human nature and human conduct
a) Maxim
b) Aphorism
c) Heroic Couplet
d) Deism

A system of government in which power is divided between central authority and local governing units
a) Federalism
b) Anti-Federalism
c) Natural Law
d) None of the other choices

A movement or system of thought advocating natural religion, emphasizing morality, and, in the eighteenth century, denying the interference of the Creator with the laws of the universe
a) Deism
b) Natural Law
c) Aphorism
d) Maxim

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