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Billy, Bartleby, and Edna: American Transcendentalists
In "The transcendentalist" and "The Divinity School Address" Ralph W. Emerson clearly expresses his view the world, which is quite different from the one most people are used to and perceive as acceptable. Emerson said that when he is observing the nature around, he starts feeling a connection between him, God, and nature overall, which proves that Emerson was experiencing the divine consciousness connection (a transcendental point of view). According to Emerson, there is no way to define or explain what God is; however, there is a way to feel it, and this way is through connection to God…
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