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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 and nature In the first place The transcendentalist reveals Emersons Unified Field Theory which describes where does consciousness come from through biochemical and other elements and explains how it all goes to one main source just like in Buddhism Emerson also brings everybody into two categories materialists and idealists transcendentalists The first category founds everything on experience and perceives physical world as a closed system with no connection while the second category bases its ideas and perceptions on consciousness where everything goes from the level of mind substance to the level of form phenomenon In summary through The transcendentalist and The Divinity School Address Emerson proves his idea that everything the one sees is a projection of his her own belief system He also states that each person creates his her own reality Emerson The Transcendentalist p188All in all he makes it clear that everyone can use the Universes power just as Jesus did applying the divine principles following the intuition Bartleby the Scrivener by Melville is a story about transcendentalist who is gradually releasing physical world out of his consciousness at firs giving up food then job and then being dead alive The basic meaning of it is that we are all connected and the only way to love yourself is to love your neighbor Bartleby through his actions teaches his boss that people get
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