Not altogether human : pantheism and the dark nature of the American renaissance /
"Many leading American thinkers in the nineteenth century, who accepted the premises of Emersonian transcendentalism, valued the basic concept of pantheism: that God inheres in nature and in all things, and that a person could achieve a sense of belonging she or he lacked in society by seeking...
University of Massachusetts Press,
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