Transcendentalism as an important philosophical and literary movement.
Concepts of Nature
Transcendentalism was an important philosophical and literary movement in New England from 1836 to 1860. This new development portrays the belief that humans can intuitively transcend the limits of the senses and logic and receive higher truth directly from nature. Both Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau were two writers who believed in exploring the spiritual meaning throughout the physical universe. They were influential in the furthering of the movement by creating such essays as "Nature" by Emerson and "Walking" by Thoreau. The two works being published tog…
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