Transcendentalism in Fullmetal Alchemist and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
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There may be indications of the religion Transcendentalism in the beliefs of Edward and Alphonse, as well as their Alchemy Teacher. What do you guys think about this?
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sounds nice via wikipedia.

what I got from fma brotherhood: stop using alchemy and do stuff yourself

didn't really get that from original fma

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Transcendentalism seems to be more apparent in brotherhood
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Treeblossom wrote:

There may be indications of the religion Transcendentalism in the beliefs of Edward and Alphonse, as well as their Alchemy Teacher. What do you guys think about this?


Well, that's a thought--but not one I can comment on having seen neither FMA nor FMA: Brotherhood.

Please add to the discussion in the existing FMA thread here:

/forumtopic-803891/full-metal-alchemist-and-full-metal-alchemist-brotherhood

It would probably help stir discussion more if you also added a little about what you thought about this.

locked and closed (because duplicates aren't allowed and there's already a thread for discussing these series)
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