Transcendentalism: What It Is? Examples of It; Critics against It; Position on It
Transcendentalism was an intellectual movement founded by Ralph Waldo Emerson. There are three cornerstones of the Transcendentalist belief which are
* Human senses are limited; they convey knowledge of the physical world, but deeper truths can be grasped only through intuition.
* The observation of nature illuminates the nature of human beings.
* God, nature, and humanity are united in a shared universal soul.
(pg. 387 under Literary Analysis)
Our human senses are limited to what we have in the physical world. But the more profound truth can be obtained only by our instincts.
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