"Nature and Self-Reliance" by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Dr. Bill Ellis
Am. Rom. 5317
January 28, 2003
Nature and Self-Reliance
Ralph Waldo Emerson, nineteenth century poet and writer, expresses a philosophy of life, based on our inner self and the presence of the soul. Emerson regarded and learned from the great minds of the past. In his writings he says repeatedly that each person should live according to his own thinking. In Nature and Self-Reliance the central theme is do not seek answers outside of yourself.
This main idea of Emerson's philosophy states that a man should learn to express himself. Being yourself will help you to…
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