What does Franklin's project for moral perfection reveal about his views of human nature and his attitudes toward Education? Do you agree or disagree with his views?
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He believed that man must strive to achieve the highest level of moral and intellectual perfection. The problem with this is that there is no such thing as perfection in human nature. People, including Franklin, are inherently flawed. You can check out his criteria for moral perfection. I think he fell short of many of these in his own life.