Emerson's Transcedentalist Beliefs
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December 6, 2013
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His ideas and beliefs earned him the role as the chief spokesman for American Transcendentalism (Siepmann 300).
Emerson was a graduate from Harvard University. After his graduation, he became a minister. It was while he was a preacher that he began to think new ideas about life. The breakthrough for his new way of thinking came when he resigned from pasturing at the Second Church of Boston because e could not administer the Lord's Supper (Hart 256)...
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The breakthrough for his new way of thinking came when he resigned from pasturing at the Second Church of Boston because e could not administer the Lord's Supper (Hart 256).
The sources of Emerson's writings were from the early colonists, and he acknowledged them in his writings (Bloom 34). His writings were secular, and the readers of the era were sometimes scared by the lack of religious references and biblical texts in his writings...
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