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Transcendentalism was a 19th-century American philosophy that emphasized the unity of spirit and nature . Its most renowned spokesman was Ralph Waldo Emerson, who called it “the Saturnalia or excess of Faith.” That which is “popularly called Transcendentalism among us,” he wrote

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Transcendentalism was a 19th-century American philosophy that emphasized the unity of spirit and nature. Its most renowned spokesman was Ralph Waldo Emerson, who called it “the Saturnalia or excess of Faith.” That which is “popularly called Transcendentalism among us,” he wrote, “is Idealism

In: The Encyclopedia of Christianity Online

[German Version] The term transcendentalism, preceded by earlier terminology (Transcendentals), goes back to the critical transcendental philosophy of I. Kant; following on his definition of the term transcendental, it denotes a method of thinking that “is not so much occupied with objects as with

In: Religion Past and Present Online

[German Version] I. Philosophy of Religion The term transcendentalism , preceded by earlier terminology ( Transcendentals ), goes back to the critical transcendental philosophy of I

in Religion Past and Present Online

HEIDEGGER ’ S TRANSCENDENTALISM by DANIEL DAHLSTROM Boston University A BSTRACT This paper attempts to marshall some of the evidence of the transcendental character of Heidegger’s later thinking, despite his repudiation of any form of transcendental think- ing, including that of his own earlier

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In: Research in Phenomenology

CHAPTER THREE UNITARIANISM AND TRANSCENDENTALISM All the literary men of Massachusetts were Unitarian .…1 A descendant of an old settler family and quite close in outlook to the Transcendentalists, in whose circle he remained for many years, Nathaniel Hawthorne lamented in the

In: Visibility beyond the Visible