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Avatar: The Last Airbender does not relate to transcendentalism. Among the transcendentalists' core beliefs was the inherent goodness of both man and nature. They believed that society and its institutions, particularly organized religion and political parties, ultimately corrupted the purity of the individual. They had faith that man is at his best when truly "self-reliant" and independent, which is not the case in Avatar: The Last Airbender. The people there have a clear respect, with the exception of some, for the mystics of the Spirit World and there are some clear politic movements and systems, without that people revolt against them or think that they are bad. People revolted against certain political individuals - Fire Lord Ozai among others - but they didn't revolt against the Fire Nation leaders because of the political function they had. Although Avatar: The Last Airbender said a few times that people should try to find peace within themselves, that is not saying the same as saying that men are only reliable when they are self-reliant.

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