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Essay heading: Short Into on the philosophy of Transcendentalism
 
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The truth is a clear definition can not be found, but Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary tenth Edition defines Transcendentalism as "1: A philosophy that emphasizes the a prior conditions of knowledge and experience or the unknowable character of ultimate reality that emphasizes the transcendent as the fundamental reality...
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2: A philosophy that asserts the privacy of the spiritual and transcendent over the material and empirical" (Marriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary tenth Edition Transcendentalism 265). Perhaps a little clearer is Encarta's Definition, which states that Transcendentalism as "a Philosophy and literature belief in a higher reality than that achieved by human reason" (Encarta Transcendentalism 1)...
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