Transcendentalist Beliefs -The spiritual unity of all forms of being with God, Humanity, and Nature all sharing a universal soul, the Over soul -The inherent goodness (divinity!) of Man and Nature -The value of individualism -The belief that the natural world is symbolic of the spirit world -The "Lemon Pie" theory (to know the part is to know the whole) -That Society is the source of corruptible, distracting materialism -That Man is naturally good, even divine, because of his Divine Intellect -That Nature is inherently good because it is symbolic of the spirit (God) --That God, the Over soul, is the universal soul that permeates all being (much like "the Force")
I believe Robert Frost was in fact a transcendentalist, he wrote about nature very often. Along with Walt Whitman, a very famous transcendentalist.
People must believe in themselves
The Transcendentalist was created in 1842.
The definition of Transcendentalist is someone who advocates for transcendentalism. One of the most famous Transcendentalists is the transcendentalist Thoreau.
Seek the truth in their own lives
Charles Lane - transcendentalist - died in 1870.
Charles Lane - transcendentalist - was born in 1800.
Ralph Waldo Emerson influenced Thoreau to become a Transcendentalist.
From my point of view, he is not a transcendentalist. He just writes what he likes and his most characters are children.
a transcendentalist is one who follows a system of philosophy which seeks the fundamental form of thought and perception not empirically but intuitively