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Adam Smith
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Plato
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While Coleridge\'s \'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner\' clearly contains Christian references to individuals and fundamental beliefs within the Christian faith, debate exists as to whether this lyrical ballad is a complete Christian allegory or rather a moral tale in which Coleridge implores for humankind to lead just and moral lifestyles. The Albatross in \'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner\' is arguably a symbolic figure of Christ the saviour. The internal rhyme adopted by Coleridge to describe h