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Ralph Waldo Emerson Linda Allardt, William Henry Gilman. Foreword to Volume XV THE JOURNALS FROM 1860 TO 1866 The Civil War was an immediate and pervasive presence in Emerson's life between October 1860 and February 1866 , the period ...

Author: Ralph Waldo Emerson

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674484789

Category: Literary Criticism

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Entries from 1841 to 1843 disclose the poet's struggle to maintain his optimism and acquiescence

A similar phrase was also recorded in his journal on October 20, 1864: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Journals and Miscellaneous Notebooks of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Volume XV: 18601866, ed. Linda Allardt, David W. Hill, and Ruth H. Bennett ...

Author: Nan Da

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 9780231547628

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Why should the earliest literary encounters between China and the United States—and their critical interpretation—matter now? How can they help us describe cultural exchanges in which nothing substantial is exchanged, at least not in ways that can easily be tracked? All sorts of literary meetings took place between China and the United States in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, involving an unlikely array of figures including canonical Americans such as Washington Irving, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; Chinese writers Qiu Jin and Dong Xun; and Asian American writers like Yung Wing and Edith Eaton. Yet present-day interpretations of these interactions often read too much into their significance or mistake their nature—missing their particularities or limits in the quest to find evidence of cosmopolitanism or transnational hybridity. In Intransitive Encounter, Nan Z. Da carefully re-creates these transpacific interactions, plying literary and social theory to highlight their various expressions of indifference toward synthesis, interpollination, and convergence. Da proposes that interpretation trained on such recessive moments and minimal adjustments can light a path for Sino-U.S. relations going forward—offering neither a geopolitical showdown nor a celebration of hybridity but the possibility of self-contained cross-cultural encounters that do not have to confess to the fact of their having taken place. Intransitive Encounter is an unconventional and theoretically rich reflection on how we ought to interpret global interactions and imaginings that do not fit the patterns proclaimed by contemporary literary studies.
2018-12-25 By Nan Da

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Journals and Miscellaneous Notebooks of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Vol. XV 1860-1866, edited by William H. Gilman. Cambridge, MA: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1982. Foner, Eric.

Author: Cristina Alsina Rísquez

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781443860697

Category: Social Science

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A fierce national outcry for righteously waging war has long dominated American culture. From at least the wildly popular Spanish-American War and the US military invasion of the Philippines that infuriated Mark Twain, right up to the current Global War on Terrorism, this is a deadly, dark current coursing throughout American history. Meanwhile, dissenting analyses of the “patriotic gore” have until recently been paid scant attention in the popular media. Delving into this history, this probing collection of essays explores ways in which “the compulsive redeployment of innocence” in the launching, cheering, and retelling of America’s wars “endlessly defers a national reckoning,” as the editors astutely state in their introduction. The works in this collection reflect an effort to add more voices where they are desperately needed.
2014-06-02 By Cristina Alsina Rísquez

The Journals and Miscellaneous Notebooks of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Vol. XV, 18601866, ed. Linda Allardt and David W. Hill (Cambridge, MA, London: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1982), 55–56. It is important to note that ...

Author: Sandra Shapshay

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319629476

Category: Philosophy

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This comprehensive Handbook offers a leading-edge yet accessible guide to the most important facets of Arthur Schopenhauer’s philosophical system, the last true system of German philosophy. Written by a diverse, international and interdisciplinary group of eminent and up-and-coming scholars, each of the 28 chapters in this Handbook includes an authoritative exposition of different viewpoints as well as arguing for a particular thesis. Authors also put Schopenhauer’s ideas into historical context and connect them when possible to contemporary philosophy. Key features: Structured in six parts, addressing the development of Schopenhauer’s system, his epistemology and metaphysics, aesthetics and philosophy of art, ethical and political thought, philosophy of religion and legacy in Britain, France, and the US. Special coverage of Schopenhauer’s treatment of Judaism, Christianity, Vedic thought and Buddhism Attention to the relevance of Schopenhauer for contemporary metaphysics, metaethics and ethics in particular. The Palgrave Schopenhauer Handbook is an essential resource for scholars as well as advanced students of nineteenth-century philosophy. Researchers and graduate students in musicology, comparative literature, religious studies, English, French, history, and political science will find this guide to be a rigorous and refreshing Handbook to support their own explorations of Schopenhauer’s thought.
2018-01-23 By Sandra Shapshay

Available from Internet: <URL:http://w ww.nokia.com/press/media_resour ces/audio/nokia-webcasts>. Emerson, R. W. (1982). The Journals and Miscellaneous Notebooks of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Volume XV: 1860-1866. Eds. R. H. Orth, L. Allardt, ...

Author: Pasi A. Pietikainen

Publisher: PRJID

ISBN: 9789529287918

Category: Business & Economics

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There Are No Enemies, Only Catalysts. Any big hitter, top dog or head honcho will have gone the extra mile to make an impression on the lives of their subordinates, from the very beginning of educating these subordinates and building up their awareness of the relevant codes and conventions, through to setting expectations and creating demand and momentum that will bear fruit regardless of disruptive intrusions. In business, by virtue of the positions of these big guns within the market, this translates into substantial advantages including pricing power, brand recognition, control of distribution channels, a satisfied customer base, and more. However, only the very best of the best of them - the Big-Fishes - are able to keep on dominating and growing within the lives of their subordinates, and can preemptively suppress their competition, in a manner that makes them Natural Monopolists. For a Rising Star in the midst of its own “period of disruption,” a period where any forward vision and guidance has become uncertain or even non-existent, the Monopolists are an invaluable tool for marketing, something akin to a GPS, and provide a foothold in terms of their standards as being adopted and co-opted as a Rising Star’s own, in the process of iteratively migrating from relative weakness to absolute strength. The Monopolists are not the enemy, but, on the contrary, they are catalysts. In his book “The Big Fishes Make the Best Sushi,” Pasi A. Pietikainen establishes a brave new world of Natural-Monopolist-powered Rising-Star-marketing, through tracing and classifying the prospects’ comfort-zone-autopiloted thinking into pronounced circumstances of the mind known as Occupational-Psychoses, and redefines marketing as getting the prospects caught responding to things that have already changed. Keywords: New Growth, Renewal, Disruptive Innovation, Asymmetric Marketing, Business Development, Industrial Management, Leadership, Management, Strategy, Research & Development, Preemptive Market Leader, Proprietary Technology, Start-Up, Innovator's Dilemma, Crossing the Chasm, Clayton M. Christensen, Geoffrey A. Moore
2011-08-01 By Pasi A. Pietikainen

Vol. 14, 1854–1861, edited by Susan Sutton Smith and Harrison Hayford. Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press, 1978. ———. The Journals and Miscellaneous Notebooks of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Vol. 15, 18601866, edited by Linda ...

Author: Jamie M. Carr

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9781438479996

Category: Literary Collections

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Makes literature of Niagara Falls available to readers with a variety of interests in literature, culture, and place. Niagara Falls is a place where lands are contested, industry debated, freedom harbored, the spirit uplifted, and fame won. It overflows with stories. Since before digital technologies made visual reproduction easier and more abundant than ever, writers composed Niagara Falls as symbolically meaningful. But in the face of four centuries of writing on this natural wonder, how does one make these stories new? Niagaras of Ink collects anecdotes of famous writers’ experiences—previously untold tales, unique takes on well-known visits, and materials just too good to exclude—with an anthology of some of the most engaging Anglo-American writing on the Falls from the nineteenth to early twentieth centuries. This collection invites readers to re-see Niagara through these lenses. Jamie M. Carr is Associate Professor of English at Niagara University and the author of Queer Times: Christopher Isherwood’s Modernity.
2020-09-01 By Jamie M. Carr

The Journals and Miscellaneous Notebooks of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Vol. 15, 18601866. Edited by Linda Allardt, Harrison Hayford, and Glen M. Johnson. Cambridge, MA: Belknp Press of Harvard University Press, 1982. ——. Journals of Ralph ...

Author: James Schlett

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 9780801456275

Category: History

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In August 1858, William James Stillman, a painter and founding editor of the acclaimed but short-lived art journal The Crayon, organized a camping expedition for some of America’s preeminent intellectuals to Follensby Pond in the Adirondacks. Dubbed the "Philosophers’ Camp," the trip included the Swiss American scientist and Harvard College professor Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz, the Republican lawyer and future U.S. attorney general Ebenezer Rockwood Hoar, the Cambridge poet James Russell Lowell, and the transcendental philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson, who would later pen a poem about the experience. News that these cultured men were living like "Sacs and Sioux" in the wilderness appeared in newspapers across the nation and helped fuel a widespread interest in exploring the Adirondacks. In this book, James Schlett recounts the story of the Philosophers’ Camp, from the lives and careers of—and friendships and frictions among—the participants to the extensive preparations for the expedition and the several-day encampment to its lasting legacy. Schlett’s account is a sweeping tale that provides vistas of the dramatically changing landscapes of the United States in the second half of the nineteenth century. As he relates, the scholars later formed an Adirondack Club that set out to establish a permanent encampment at nearby Ampersand Pond. Their plans, however, were dashed amid the outbreak of the Civil War and the advancement of civilization into a wilderness that Stillman described as "a not too greatly changed Eden." But the Adirondacks were indeed changing. When Stillman returned to the site of the Philosophers’ Camp in 1884, he found the woods around Follensby had been disfigured by tourists. Development, industrialization, and commercialization had transformed the Adirondack wilderness as they would nearly every other aspect of the American landscape. Such devastation would later inspire conservationists to establish Adirondack Park in 1892. At the close of the book, Schlett looks at the preservation of Follensby Pond, now protected by the Nature Conservancy, and the camp site’s potential integration into the Adirondack Forest Preserve.
2015-11-25 By James Schlett

The Journals and Miscellaneous Notebooks of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Vol. 15, 18601866, edited by L. Allardt, D. W. Hill, and R. H. Bennett. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. . 1983a. Nature. In Ralph Waldo Emerson, Essays and Lectures, ...

Author: Alfred I. Tauber

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520239159

Category: Literary Criticism

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"Tauber's book is encyclopedic—not only a revealing and comprehensive study of Thoreau but also a full vision of the Romantic Weltanschauung and its relevance to contemporary concerns in philosophy, science, and poetics. While this scope is wildly ambitious, Tauber admirably delivers, always informing his parts with the whole, consistently altering the whole with his parts."—Eric Wilson, author of Emerson's Sublime Science "In arguing for the centrally moral and ethical value of Thoreau's works, Tauber is taking a brave stance in these slippery postmodern times…. It's one thing to praise Thoreau for his opposition to the Mexican War, his philosophy of passive resistance, and his fervent opposition to slavery. It's quite another to argue that his entire project—his whole sense of identity, self-formation, and his relation to nature—is part of a deeply moral enterprise….Thoreau's modernity has been defined in many ways in recent years. Tauber adds another important and distinctive dimension to this discussion."—H. Daniel Peck, John Guy Vassar Professor of English, Vassar College
2003-05 By Alfred I. Tauber

10. Ralph Waldo Emerson, TheJournals and Miscellaneous Notebooks of Ralph Waldo Emerson, vol. 15, 18601866, ed. Linda Allardt and David W. Hill (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1982), p. 299. 11. Emerson,Journals, pp.

Author: Louis P. Masur

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674067530

Category: History

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Lincoln’s Hundred Days tells the story of the period between September 22, 1862, when Lincoln issued his preliminary Proclamation, and January 1, 1863, when he signed the significantly altered decree. As battlefield deaths mounted and debate raged, Lincoln hesitated, calculated, prayed, and reckoned with the anxieties and expectations of millions.
2012-09-22 By Louis P. Masur