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The Psychology of Puritanism included many stands of basic obligations. Even though the puritans openly confessed natural human desires, they had a strongly held belief in moderation in all things. They did understand the need for familiarity and this notion is proclaimed in Hawthorn's book 'The Scarlet Letter'. Puritans quite often clarified the importance of a halite and intestinal mind. Some Puritans, like those from the novel, which depicts the lifestyles of 'Massachusetton' puritan, were suspended into the belief in compulsory uniformity. Puritans had apparently developed the notion that God was meeting his 'contract' or 'covenant' with individuals, so that they could secure salvation. By making reference 'The Scarlet Letter'. There are untying examples, which I'll show exemplify the preoccupation of all puritans with 'Sin'. The puritans, any willingness to take part in sex on the portion of wife and husband, 'Denies all realer into wedlock into human significance; also it sends it for distribution into Bestiality,' Any involvement onside the marriage sexually, was looked upon seriously as New England especially reported numerous episodes of adultery and fornication. Maybe Dimmesdale on the novel, tired to prevent the obvious punishment of prison or even the humiliation of whipping, disentrancing, fies and a ported betrothal into Hester. Hester certainly bore the brunt of her sin, by wearing a scarlet 'A' on her breast. She'd obviously committed the sin, since the evidence was visible. He, nevertheless had no markers of adultery so in the opinion of society, he had not committed a sin. Perhaps this reiterates the debates which, in the event of sexual behavior, they 'thought' the sin, 'dedicated' the sin and broke a moral high ground in puritan society. Perhaps.