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Ralph Waldo Emerson was a Transcendentalism author. He was most active throughout the 1830s.
A famous poet.
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I assume that "The Hymn" is "The Concord Hymn" written by Emerson in April 19, 1836. "The Concord Hymn" was a poem that was written in memory of the men who fought and died for us during the revolutionary so that we could have the freedoms that we have today. He says in the last stanza of the poem..…
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Answer The Boston Latin School, Harvard University and Harvard Divinity School.
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Think about it...In czech we say: In bad you found a real friend... in english it is "A friend in need is a friend indeed" Usually we do not give enough respect and love to things or even humans until there comes a time when we can lose them. And it says far more, but I have not enough words to expr…
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Transcendentalism
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He formulated his philosophy in Nature (1836); the book helped initiate New England http://www.answers.com/topic/transcendentalism, a movement of which he soon became the leading exponent.In 1840, with http://www.answers.com/topic/margaret-fuller, he helped launch The Dial, a journal that provided a…
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Everyone lives for a reason and that's what makes the world a better place. Theres too many reasons for why we live for a reason
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There is some evidence that Ralph Waldo Emerson was bisexual. During his early years at Harvard, he said he was "strangely attracted" to a young man named Martin Gay, about whom he wrote sexual poetry. Nathaniel Hawthorne, (author of The Scarlet Letter) was also purportedly one of his infatuations.
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Ralph Waldo Emerson was born on May 25, 1803.
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It's very possible that he saw evil as not necessitating an actual "being", but rather, an absence of a being. For instance, an action can be interpreted in many ways, and many different people ascribe different qualities/judgments to an action based on their preexisting moral views/philosophies. Em…
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Emerson meant that only small-minded people would be so foolish as to refuse to change a customary practice, or way of looking at things, simply because "We have always done it this way!" even if a change might be beneficial -- perhaps cheaper, fairer, more effective, or more in keeping with objecti…
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Emerson"Friendship may be said to require natures so rare and costly, each so well tempered and so happily adapted, and withal so circumstanced, (for even in that particular, a poet says, love demands that the parties be altogether paired,) that its satisfaction can very seldom be assured. It cannot…
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Ralph Waldo Emerson died on April 27, 1882 at the age of 78.
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To trust yourself and value your own opinions.
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Self-Reliance discusses a lot about just how humans can rely on themselves - a big part of the practice of psychology.
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Emerson believed in Transcendentalism. Which is believing that human senses can only know physical things. Intuition over Human senses. also that God is in everything, Over-Soul.
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a patriot.
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He had four children with his second wife, Lydia ( whom he called Lidian) Jackson. His first wife, Ellen Louisa Tucker, died of tuberculosis less than two years after they wed, and they had no children. Emerson and Lidian had 4 children: Waldo, Edith, Ellen, and Edward Waldo. Ellen was named after E…
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Emerson had around five brothers....two of them had mental issues (one of those died in 1834) and another died of tuberculosis in 1836.
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Different people, facts and places strike each of us or familiar when we first encounter them. These preestablished differences hint at our unique purpose in life at an overall design or harmony.
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People don't like other people around them being extraordinary; it makes them look bad. This is commonly called 'tall poppy syndrome.'
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Bacchus Ode to Beauty
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He died on April 27, 1882, he was diagnosed with pneumonia.
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objected to many of society's restrictions on the individual.
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He was a great nineteenth century American philosopher and essayist. He is considered the father of the Transcendentalist movement.
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He was a skeptic and left the Unitarian ministry as a young man.
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In Boston,Massachusetts
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Thomas Carlyle. William Wordsworth. Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
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Ralph Waldo Emerson was known for many things. He is most famous for his books "Nature" and "Self Reliance." But he also wrote numerous poems and essays, and he was an active orator. He was a great philosopher and a very important figure in both the transcendentalism movement and the lives of many g…
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No. Well...actually, yes. Someone got Ralph Waldo Emerson and Walt Whitman confused. Once having done this, they decided to submit a quote to several quote sites. They are the same person, but Ralph Waldo Emerson never went by "Walt."
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You have to work yourself to the top, you get what you work for.
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Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau were at the heart of the philosophical movement called Transcendentalism.
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The two transcendentalists were very similar. They were both heavily focused on nature. In short, Emerson typically wrote about Nature, Self Reliance, and Soul. Thoreau wrote about nature, and community (Walden Pond). Hope that helps!
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Mexico is a bad influence.
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When arts are imitated they are a copy of an form that has been made. Art is suppose to be about the process of creation. To create something new, to see something a new way, to express in a different format. This is true art.
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the Unitarian church
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he had 4 kids with Lydia Jackson.Named Waldo, Ellen, Edith, and Edward Waldo.
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To argue that your seemingly random or chaotic life choices create a pattern Emerson uses the image of a tacking sailboat.
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Emerson valued original thought far more so than traditional thought. The point of "Self Reliance" is to rely on the dictates of personal intuition and conscience. To him and other transcendentalists, being a man meant being non conformist and a failure to do so robbed man of his humanity.
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He had four children with his second wife, Lydia ( whom he called Lidian) Jackson. His first wife, Ellen Louisa Tucker, died of tuberculosis less than two years after they wed, and they had no children. Emerson and Lidian had 4 children: Waldo, Edith, Ellen, and Edward Waldo. Ellen was named after E…
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who does the poet mean by who dare while others fly
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their contributions to north american literature.
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1- The wealth of nation can make it neither strong nor great.It is the people who really matter.It can become great and strong only by the sacrifices of its people who suffer long for the sake of truth, honor and greatness.Only these men make the nation's pillars strong.
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Ralph Waldo Emerson gave the speech "The American Scholar" on August 31, 1837. The point of the speech was to show an American scholar's relationship to nature.
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Emerson preferred a vegetarian diet, but there is dispute over how zealously he practiced it. He abhorred slaughterhouses, and tried to stick to a vegetarian diet primarily, as did Henry David Thoreau, although Thoreau did enjoy eating fish.
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Oi chusoi Dios aei enpiptousi in Greek, from Trascendentalist essayist, lecturer and poet Ralph Waldo Emerson (May 25, 1803-April 27, 1882), is "The dice of God always are loaded" in English.
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lectures he delivered at lyceums
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This poem an extremely patriotic piece of writing by Ralph Waldo emerson, written in 1832 in the early stage of his career.
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He had a sister, her name is Evelyn Emerson.
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Yes Emerson was like a father to Thoreau. He was Thoreau's major influence. Emerson was the one who told Thoreau to first keep a journal.
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thomas carlyle
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the theme is to apology for your sins
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The Oversoul by Ralph Waldo Emerson displays his views of religion. However, he focuses more on spirituality rather than a structured religion.
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It's easier to attack a truth with fiction than with reality because the writer avoids scrutiny and persecution. Ex- Miller attacking Communism with The Crucible.
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apex:"you shall not discern the footprints of any other ... the way ... shall be wholly strange and new
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According to Emerson, society is meant to take away all individuality and self thought from the people.
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The poem Brahma by Ralph Waldo Emerson is about the Hindu God of Creation, Brahma. The poem describes the unity of the universe.
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he means that when you envy someone else, you are ignorant of your own blessings and imitation is suicide because when you imitate others, you are not being a unique person, when you are not a unique person then you are not an individual, you are someone else. he means you've killed your individuali…
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Emerson went for a walk and was caught in a rain shower. He also had a cold, which then lead to him getting pneumonia and died on April 27, 1882.
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Education FriendshipLoveNatureSelf-Relience
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The author believes that, when taken from their surroundings, everything loses its beauty, or specialness. He is almost ready to accept that fact, until he learns to see the beauty in his surroundings as a whole.
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Henry David Thoreau
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look it online. loser
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He says freedom is an open-ended process of self-realization.
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its when the American revolution was started
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It was sometime in the late 1800s. I have a copy of Vol II and there's no official date by the publisher but a handwritten note on the inside page by a woman who must have given this as a Christmas gift to her father on Dec. 25, 1895.
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He was a poet of some note.
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The last stanza calls the sphinx the "the universal dame". The sphinx is womankind. Read the poem carefully and you'll find everything the poet says to the sphinx is a piece of pick up and relationship material. The poet also negs the sphinx, calling her dull and witless. Also, in the last line, the…
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independence and self-reliance
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george washington
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Ralph Waldo Emerson was inspired by his aunt Mary Moody Emerson( his fathers unmarried sister).
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their contributions to North American literature.
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Ralph Waldo Emerson was highly influenced by many different writers and different traditions of writing. Some of his influences include William Shakespeare, Francis Bacon, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Germaine de Stael, and Emanuel Swedenborg, among many others.
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he was a poet and an essayist and a lecturer and he was born in Boston Massachusetts
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Introduce the idea of trusting yourselfAPEX
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The speaker's belief in a divine power that guides the events of the world is evident in the final two lines: "But, in my simple ignorance, suppose / The self-same Power that brought me there brought you." The speaker is responding to the question of why the rhodora is in such a secluded place. He i…
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Yes. I know his great grandson and grandchild, Samuel Ralph Emerson
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The Snow Storm and Brahma or the Brahmin's Song are two noted songs written by Ralph Waldo Emerson.
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Live simple lives in order to search for truth Apex
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Ralph Waldo Emerson transcendentalism a movement in which the main principles emphasized the value of self reliance,compensation and the divine nature of man.
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