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is clear what Transcendentalism is defined as, what it meant, how and why he came into being, and who was responsible for it beginning. In no other country is this more apparent than in America. When she was coming home to the states in 1850?she, her husband, and their baby were drowned in a ship wreck? T understand my explanations? Through what these and more writers have left us the American people have learned to see nature through a kaleidoscope of precious beings and bring unity among all. In my own words from what I have read I would say Transcendentalism makes one look past material and reality and on to higher thought to obtain spirituality or enhanced spirituality.
(Paul Ruben Thoreau, Journal, v:41). As described by Steve., this was a?period of upheaval, a rage against the machine? The oversoul is not only a belief but is a reality for many that choose to be panthioistic. S to forget his or her own worth in society, tries to stay far away from idealism, and joins part in a ever changing and evolving thought process, but not a reason to attain a higher state of consciousness. A said ending to a truly great person. This philosophy forever change people? Even with this fact I still believe strongly that Transcendentalism is a philosophy that America and the world should believe in and followed today. This paper will next describe a little background of each of these people and hope to show the enormous contributions each had on spreading this philosophy. Along with the influence of Thoreau, Emerson was further affected by the writings of William Wordsworth and Samuel Coleridge in their book Lyrical Ballads. He was a powerful naturalist and social critic.