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Young Emerson's transcendental vision; an exposition of his world view with an analysis of the structure, backgrounds, and meaning of Nature (1836).

Author: Kenneth Walter Cameron; G Oegger; Emanuel Swedenborg; Ralph Waldo Emerson
Publisher: Hartford, Transcendental Books [1971]
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Cameron, Kenneth Walter, 1908-
Young Emerson's transcendental vision.
Hartford, Transcendental Books [1971]
(OCoLC)654406688
Named Person: Ralph Waldo Emerson; Ralph Waldo Emerson; Ralph Waldo Emerson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth Walter Cameron; G Oegger; Emanuel Swedenborg; Ralph Waldo Emerson
OCLC Number: 140319
Notes: "Does not ... supersede [the author's] Emerson, the essayist, but rather complements it."
Description: 584 pages illustrations, facsimiles, portraits 29 cm
Contents: A historical introduction: the rise of transcendentalism --
Nature's ministry to man: the plan of Emerson's nature (1836) --
Chief abbreviations --
The Pre-Platonic philosophers through the eye of Baron Gérando --
Plato and Platonism --
Neo-Platonism --
the school of Plotinus --
Cudworth --
"A magazine of quotations" --
The idealism of Bishop Berkeley --
Emerson's Coleridge in review: the distinction between the understanding and the reason, Biographia literaria, The friend, Aids to reflection, The statesman's manual, On the constitution of church and state and miscellaneous --
Coleridge and the "first philosophy": Emerson's poem, "Gnothi Seauton" (1831), Emerson's "A statement of the first philosophy" (1835) --
Coleridge as the key to Nature: chart of nature's ministry to man --
Coleridge's system --
Emerson and the entomology of Kirby and Spence --
Swedenborg in Boston --
Emerson and the new church through 1836 --
Sampson Reed --
"My early oracle" --
Guillaume Oegger and the language of nature --
Selected documents of Swedenborgism: Oration on genius / Sampson Reed, Observations on the growth of the mind / Sampson Reed, The true messiah / Guillaume Oegger, Intercourse between the soul and the body [influx] / Swedenborg --
Values for Emerson in the Swedenborgian system --
The influence for German, transcendental Immanuel Kant --
Homiletical background of Emerson's poem "Gnothi seauton" (1831): hymn on deity ascribed to Orpheus, passages from Fénelon in Emerson's sermons and poems, excerpts from Emerson's unpublished sermons --
Man and the sphynx --
a chart to illustrate Nature --
Emerson's Nature (1836) --
facsimile text (line numbers superimposed) --
An index-concordance to Emerson's Nature --
with addenda --
Survey of Emerson's Nature --
an analysis by chapters: "Introduction", "Nature", "Commodity", "Beauty", "Language", "Discipline", "Idealism", "Spirit", "Prospects" --
Emerson's daemon and the Orphic poet --
Notes on the texts of Nature with supplement --
Sources for Emerson's early orientalism.

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