God in Concord: Ralph Waldo Emerson's Awakening to the Infinite
Richard Geldard, 1999 - 191 páginas
This book draws perceptively from the depth of Emerson's journals to show the inner vision that drew him to his revolutionary position as America's great Seer. We see him awakening to a vision of One Mind as the whole of reality, yet instinctively avoiding the egotism that plagues New Age versions of "honouring the God within". Geldard's selections and original insights give an excellent balance of Emerson the spiritual giant and Emerson the vulnerable, private human being.
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The German Insanity
Searching for Mind
Early Visions of God
Scylla and Charybdis
Attributes of God
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