As an old story goes: The New England transcendentalist Margaret Fuller was given to exclaiming, “I accept the universe!”
At the time I could not refute this transcendentalist opinion.
Is he not a transcendentalist, at least in the German sense of the word?
Dr. Channing, a transcendentalist without knowing it, was the greatest preacher of his generation.
Yet at heart Meckel was a transcendentalist of the German school.
The word "transcendentalist" ceased to be a synonym for "enthusiast."
That is practical transcendentalism, and you are a transcendentalist.
This was published in 1872, and proves that one transcendentalist has kept his faith.
I am, moreover, to be perfectly frank, a transcendentalist on the subject of marriage.
Any transcendentalist who wishes to furbish up his philosophic furniture will find this a good workshop for the purpose.
A movement in nineteenth-century American literature and thought. It called on people to view the objects in the world as small versions of the whole universe and to trust their individual intuitions. The two most noted American transcendentalists were Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau.