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Individual Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals

Ralph Waldo
Emerson Journals


1:


Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals – Volume 1

by

Ralph Waldo Emerson

For the first time, the extensive personal journals of Ralph Waldo
Emerson (1803-1882) are here made available in digital format, having
been scanned …
 
 
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$6.00

 
 
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2:


Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals, Volume 2

by

Ralph Waldo Emerson

These are the personal journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)
Volume 2 of the Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals covers the years 1824-1832,
when Em…
 
 
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$6.00

 
 
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3:


Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals, Volume 3

by

Ralph Waldo Emerson

These are the journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) in PDF Acrobat
Reader format. They derive from the 1904-14 edition of the Journals
edited by…
 
 
Adobe PDF Version 7 eBook
$6.00

 
 
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4:


Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals, Volume 4

by

Ralph Waldo Emerson

These are the journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) in PDF Acrobat
Reader format. They derive from the 1904-14 edition of the Journals
edited by…
 
 
Adobe PDF Version 7 eBook
$6.00

 
 
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5:


Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals, Volume 5

by

Ralph Waldo Emerson

These are the journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) in PDF Acrobat
Reader format. They derive from the 1904-14 edition of the Journals
edited by…
 
 
Adobe PDF Version 7 eBook
$6.00

 
 
Adobe eBook
 
 
 
 


6:


Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals, Volume 6

by

Ralph Waldo Emerson

These are the journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) in PDF Acrobat
Reader format. They derive from the 1904-14 edition of the Journals
edited by…
 
 
Adobe PDF Version 7 eBook
$6.00

 
 
Adobe eBook
 
 
 
 

7:


Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals, Volume 7

by

Ralph Waldo Emerson

These are the journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) in PDF Acrobat
Reader format. They derive from the 1904-14 edition of the Journals
edited by…
 
 
Adobe PDF Version 7 eBook
$6.00

 
 
Adobe eBook
 
 
 
 

8:


Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals, Volume 8

by

Ralph Waldo Emerson

These are the journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) in PDF Acrobat
Reader format. They derive from the 1904-14 edition of the Journals
edited by…
 
 
Adobe PDF Version 7 eBook
$6.00

 
 
Adobe eBook
 
 
 
 

9:


Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals, Volume 9

by

Ralph Waldo Emerson

These are the journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) in PDF Acrobat
Reader format. They derive from the 1904-14 edition of the Journals
edited by…
 
 
Adobe PDF Version 7 eBook
$6.00

 
 
Adobe eBook
 
 
 
 

10:


Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals, Volume 10

by

Ralph Waldo Emerson

These are the journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) in PDF Acrobat
Reader format. They derive from the 1904-14 edition of the Journals
edited by…
 
 
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$6.00

 
 
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From Kant to Emerson: A Transcontinental Exploration of the Evolution of Transcendentalism

by Kristen A. Bennett

UMASS Boston

 

“There is some awe mixed with the joy of our surprise, when this
poet, who lived in some past world, two or three hundred years ago, says that
which lies close to my own soul, that which I also had wellnigh thought and
said.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson, The American Scholar

 

When we call to mind the word “transcendentalism,” we generate images of
transparent eyeballs, Walden Pond, and perhaps the well-known profile of the
elder Ralph Waldo Emerson. Yet these simulacra remain amorphous, and
philosophically anomalous, when abstracted from the intertextual historicity in
which they evolved. The connotations associated with the foregoing images are
not limited to the 19th Century American version of
transcendentalism, but represent instead a progression of philosophical thought.
This progression originated in the work of 18th Century German author
Immanuel Kant, and was later translated by the British Romantic writer Samuel T.
Coleridge. Coleridge’s seminal interpretations of Kant were those that were most
widely ready by his contemporaries William Wordsworth and Thomas Carlyle, as
well as the primary progenitor of American transcendentalism, Ralph Waldo
Emerson. Although Kant’s ideas about how we generate knowledge
greatly appealed to these authors, they contend that he should have continued to
transcend his strictly cognitive conceptions, and integrate the sensual and
emotional dimensions of the intellect. Coleridge reminds us that philosophy is,
after all: “…an affectionate seeking after the truth” (BL, IX 228).
Inspired by Coleridge’s revision of Kant’s theory, as well as the interpretive
incarnations thereof generated by Wordsworth and Carlyle, Emerson himself
translated “transcendentalism” into a uniquely American way of thinking,
and being characterized quite literally by enthusiasm. In this paper,
we will explore the contextual evolution of philosophical and literary
“transcendentalism” that culminates in Emerson’s work.

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Events at RWE.org

The Concord Premiere was a wonderful success.  The house
was filled to the brim and the conversation that followed was
inspiring. 


Thank you to Mary Miller and Dan Emerson for their most generous and articulate work in setting up the event.

   And thank you to Richard Grossman, Sarah Wider and David Beardsley
for their illuminating response to a variety of erudite questions.

Following are notes on the conversation by Susan Imholz.
On June 16th The Ralph Waldo
Emerson Institute gathered at the Concord Museum in Concord
Massachusetts for a showing of “Emerson: the Ideal in America”, a
biography of Ralph Waldo Emerson. We were joined by two Emerson
scholars; Professor Sarah Wider from Colgate College, and Richard
Grossman, author of “A Year with Emerson” in discussion after the
viewing. Also present were David Beardsley who wrote and directed
the video, and Jim Manley moderated
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Concord MA Premiere of RWE DocumentaryEmerson: The Ideal in America

 

 

  • A celebration of the first public screening in Concord of Emerson: The Ideal in America
  • See the first and only video documentary of Ralph Waldo Emerson and join in a conversation.
  • Saturday, June 16, 2007, 7 pm. at the Concord Museum.
  • Free. Limited seating. First come, first served. Passes required.
  • For more information, view or download a PDF file of the Concord Premiere Invitation
  • To apply for passes, download a PDF file of the Registration Form.
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Emerson: The Ideal in America

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PR – Emerson: The Ideal in America

Emerson:  The
Ideal in

America

written and directed by David A. Beardsley
Video Biography of Ralph Waldo Emerson


Jim Manley, Director

Ralph
Waldo Emerson Institute

680 Lexington Avenue
New York,
NY
10022

E-mail:
jm@rwe.org; Tel: 212-354-2277


 

In the mid 19th century, the small town of
Concord,

Massachusetts
,
was home to a remarkable group of authors, including Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry
David Thoreau, and Bronson Alcott, father of Louisa May. One of their most
prominent neighbors was Ralph Waldo Emerson, essayist, poet, and orator, whose
ideas became an essential part of the American identity.


 

On Thursday, February 1, at
6:00 PM, the Ralph Waldo Emerson Institute will present the world premiere of a
one-hour video biography entitled “Emerson: The Ideal in

America
.”
Bringing Emerson to life in his own words, the film also features interviews
with leading Emerson scholars, including Robert Richardson Jr, author of Emerson: The Mind on Fire; Richard
Geldard, author of God In Concord and
The Spiritual Teachings of Ralph Waldo
Emerson
; Barbara Solowey, teacher and lecturer; Sarah Wider, Professor of
English at Colgate University and President of the Emerson Society; and Richard
Grossman, author of A Year With Emerson
and the forthcoming The Tao of Emerson.
Following the screening, there will be a panel discussion and a
question-and-answer period. Admission is free. The event will take place at
All
Souls
Unitarian
Church,

1157 Lexington Avenue

(at

80th Street
),

New York City
.
For information on the film, contact the Ralph Waldo Emerson Institute
(212-354-2277). For travel directions, contact All Souls (212-535-5530).


 

A tireless lecturer and
writer, Emerson traveled widely, spreading the gospel of individual promise and
faith in the future. It was he who famously said, “Nothing is at last sacred
but the integrity of our own mind.” Back home in

Concord
, Emerson was true to his own aphorism
that “the only way to have a friend is to be one.” Over the years, he was
intellectually, spiritually, and financially supportive of his illustrious, yet
often impoverished, neighbors. For example, it was on Emerson’s land that
Thoreau lived in a tiny cabin for two years and two months, a sojourn that
inspired him to write Walden.


 

Emerson believed that we are
all part of a universal spirit, an “over-soul, within which every man’s
particular being is contained and made one with all other.” He also believed in
the sanctity of every person and everything in nature—a sanctity that he found
lacking in formal religion, as demonstrated by the fact that he was a Unitarian
minister who renounced the pulpit after serving only three years.


 

Those who knew Emerson
remarked on his tremendous personal appeal. Henry James Sr tried to solve “the
mystery of his immense fascination,” while Walt Whitman experienced “a flood of
light” about him, and

Hawthorne

said that he “wore a sunbeam in his face.” But Emerson was not a mystic. He was
a clear-eyed observer of the human condition who concluded that we must not
“bark against the bad, but chant the beauty of the good.” This enduring
idealism is Emerson’s message to us today.


 

The
Ralph Waldo Emerson Institute is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is
to promote a greater understanding of, and appreciation for, the life and work
of Ralph Waldo Emerson,

America
’s
founding thinker. The Institute does this through its website, newsletter, and
public programs. The Institute’s affiliations with The Ralph Waldo Emerson
Society and the Ralph Waldo Emerson Memorial Association help to further this
mission.


 

Written by Paula Trushin, member of the

Emerson Reading Circle

(

All
Souls
Church
,
NYC)

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Join the Support Membership rolls of the RWE Institute. Help us at RWE.org bring you the important and inspiring works of Ralph Waldo Emerson. RWE offers us a lexicon of intelligent application with The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson (Centenary Edition), plus Advanced Search capabilities (using Google technologies), Queries to the Senior Advisor, Dr. Richard Geldard, the Emerson Concordance and much more.

The mission of the Institute is to make available to anyone with access to its web site the Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, plus all relevant information to promote greater understanding of America’s Founding Thinker. Your Support is necessary to make it happen. Membership and Donations are tax deductible.

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BASIC (1yr): $40
…Provide access to The Centenary Edition of The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, plus Advanced Search capabilities, Queries to the Senior Advisor, the Emerson Concordance and all other RWE content that we can make available to the public.

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…Provide access to The Centenary Edition of The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, plus Advanced Search capabilities, Queries to the Senior Advisor, the Emerson Concordance and all other RWE content that we can make available to the public.

BASIC (1yr): [Student $20]
…Provide access to The Centenary Edition of The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, plus Advanced Search capabilities, Queries to the Senior Advisor, the Emerson Concordance and all other RWE content that we can make available to the public.

FOUNDING MEMBER (1yr): $120
(includes all above)
…a CD copy (or download access) of the Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals, ten-volume edition, edited by Edward Emerson, originally published by Houghton Mifflin from 1904 to 1914.

EMERSON CIRCLE (1yr): $360
(includes all above)
…a DVD of the new documentary, Emerson: The Ideal in America and a CD copy (or download access) of the Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals, ten-volume edition, edited by Edward Emerson, originally published by Houghton Mifflin from 1904 to 1914. (overseen by Dr. Richard Geldard)

SUPPORT PARTNER (1yr): $480
(includes all above)
Work together with the RWE Institute to bring Emerson’s work through making available all RWE texts (Complete Works, Journals, Poems, Concordance, Biography, more), online video, podcasting, newly published books, community conversations (off line events), and…
…a DVD of the new documentary, Emerson: The Ideal in America (52 min), with Robert Richardson (Mind On Fire), Sarah Wider (Emerson Society, president), Richard Geldard (The Spiritual Teachings of Ralph Waldo Emerson), Barbara Solowey (Lecturer, Teacher), Richard Grossman (A Year With Emerson), hosted by Jim Manley (RWE.org), directed by David Beardsley and produced by RWE Institute.

RWE Support Membership Subscriptions

  1. BASIC (1yr): $40
  2. BASIC (1yr): [Student $20]
  3. BASIC (1yr): [Senior $30]
  4. FOUNDING MEMBER (1yr): $120
  5. EMERSON CIRCLE (1yr): $360
  6. SUPPORT PARTNER (1yr): $480

 

  1. BASIC (1yr): $40
    …Provide access to The Centenary Edition of The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, plus Advanced Search capabilities, Queries to the Senior Advisor, the Emerson Concordance and all other RWE content that we can make available to the public.
  2. BASIC (1yr): [Student $20]
    …Provide access to The Centenary Edition of The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, plus Advanced Search capabilities, Queries to the Senior Advisor, the Emerson Concordance and all other RWE content that we can make available to the public.
  3. BASIC (1yr): [Senior $30]
    …Provide access to The Centenary Edition of The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, plus Advanced Search capabilities, Queries to the Senior Advisor, the Emerson Concordance and all other RWE content that we can make available to the public.
  4. FOUNDING MEMBER (1yr): $120
    (includes all above)
    …a CD copy (or download access) of the Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals, ten-volume edition, edited by Edward Emerson, originally published by Houghton Mifflin from 1904 to 1914.
  5. EMERSON CIRCLE (1yr): $360
    (includes all above)
    …a DVD of the new documentary, Emerson: The Ideal in America and a CD copy (or download access) of the Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals, ten-volume edition, edited by Edward Emerson, originally published by Houghton Mifflin from 1904 to 1914. (overseen by Dr. Richard Geldard)
  6. SUPPORT PARTNER (1yr): $480
    (includes all above)
    Work together with the RWE Institute to bring Emerson’s work through making available all RWE texts (Complete Works, Journals, Poems, Concordance, Biography, more), online video, podcasting, newly published books, community conversations (off line events), and…
    …a DVD of the new documentary, Emerson: The Ideal in America (52 min), with Robert Richardson (Mind On Fire), Sarah Wider (Emerson Society, president), Richard Geldard (The Spiritual Teachings of Ralph Waldo Emerson), Barbara Solowey (Lecturer, Teacher), Richard Grossman (A Year With Emerson), hosted by Jim Manley (RWE.org), directed by David Beardsley and produced by RWE Institute.

 

BASIC (1yr): $40
…Provide access to The Centenary Edition of The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, plus Advanced Search capabilities, Queries to the Senior Advisor, the Emerson Concordance and all other RWE content that we can make available to the public.

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BASIC (1yr): [Student $20]
…Provide access to The Centenary Edition of The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, plus Advanced Search capabilities, Queries to the Senior Advisor, the Emerson Concordance and all other RWE content that we can make available to the public.

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BASIC (1yr): [Senior $30]
…Provide access to The Centenary Edition of The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, plus Advanced Search capabilities, Queries to the Senior Advisor, the Emerson Concordance and all other RWE content that we can make available to the public.

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FOUNDING MEMBER (1yr): $120
(includes all above)
…a CD copy (or download access) of the Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals, ten-volume edition, edited by Edward Emerson, originally published by Houghton Mifflin from 1904 to 1914.

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EMERSON CIRCLE (1yr): $360
(includes all above)
…a DVD of the new documentary, Emerson: The Ideal in America and a CD copy (or download access) of the Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals, ten-volume edition, edited by Edward Emerson, originally published by Houghton Mifflin from 1904 to 1914. (overseen by Dr. Richard Geldard)

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RWE SUPPORT PARTNER (1yr): $480
(includes all above)
Work together with the RWE Institute to bring Emerson’s work through making available all RWE texts (Complete Works, Journals, Poems, Concordance, Biography, more), online video, podcasting, newly published books, community conversations (off line events), and…
…a DVD of the new documentary, Emerson: The Ideal in America (52 min), with Robert Richardson (Mind On Fire), Sarah Wider (Emerson Society, president), Richard Geldard (The Spiritual Teachings of Ralph Waldo Emerson), Barbara Solowey (Lecturer, Teacher), Richard Grossman (A Year With Emerson), hosted by Jim Manley (RWE.org), directed by David Beardsley and produced by RWE Institute.

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Screening for New Documentary

Emerson: The Ideal in America


Emerson: The Ideal in AmericaThursday, February 1, at 6:00 PM, the Ralph Waldo Emerson
Institute will present a screening, for members and friends, of the video
biography entitled Emerson: The Ideal in America
(52 min). Bringing Emerson to life in his own words, the film also features
interviews with leading Emerson scholars, including:

  • Robert Richardson Jr, author of
    Emerson: The Mind
    on Fire
  • Sarah Wider, Professor of English at Colgate
    University and President of the Emerson Society
  • Richard Geldard, senior advisor to RWE.org and author
    of The Spiritual Teachings of Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Barbara Solowey, teacher and lecturer
  • Richard Grossman, author of
    A Year With Emerson
  • hosted by Jim Manley (RWE.org), directed by David
    Beardsley and produced by RWE Institute.

 Following the screening, there will be a panel discussion and
a question-and-answer period. Admission is free. The event will take place at:

Where:
All Souls Church
1157 Lexington Avenue (at 80th Street), New York City.
For travel directions, contact All Souls (212) 535-5530

When: Thursday, February 1st at 6:00PM

RSVP: Ralph Waldo Emerson Institute
212-354-2277 or

email RSVP

IdealforAmerica@rwe.org
Walk-ins Welcome

Open to All

You do not have to be a

Supporting Member of the Ralph Waldo Emerson Institute


(but it helps)


The mission of the Ralph Waldo Emerson Institute
is to make available to anyone, with access
to its web site, the Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, plus all
relevant information to promote greater understanding of America’s Founding
Thinker. Your Support is necessary to make it happen. The RWE Institute is a
501(c)3 Not-for-Profit corporation making Membership and Donations tax
deductible.

Thank you,
Jim Manley, Director
Ralph Waldo Emerson Institute

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Join the Support Membership rolls of the RWE Institute.  Help us at RWE.org bring you the important and inspiring works of Ralph Waldo Emerson.  RWE offers us a lexicon of intelligent application with The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson (Centenary Edition), plus Advanced Search capabilities (using Google technologies), Queries to the Senior Advisor, Dr. Richard Geldard, the Emerson Concordance and much more.  

The mission of the Institute is to make available to anyone with access to its web site the Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, plus all relevant information to promote greater understanding of America’s Founding Thinker.  Your Support is necessary to make it happen.  Membership and Donations are tax deductible.

Thank you,
Jim Manley, Director
Ralph Waldo Emerson Institute

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____ FOUNDING MEMBER (1yr): $120 (includes all above)
…a CD copy (or download access) of the Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals, ten-volume edition, edited by Edward Emerson, originally published by Houghton Mifflin from 1904 to 1914.

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…a DVD of the new documentary, Emerson: The Ideal in America and a CD copy (or download access) of the Ralph Waldo Emerson Journals, ten-volume edition, edited by Edward Emerson, originally published by Houghton Mifflin from 1904 to 1914. (overseen by Dr. Richard Geldard)

____ SUPPORT PARTNER (1yr): $480 (includes all above)
Work together with the RWE Institute to bring Emerson’s work through making available all RWE texts (Complete Works, Journals, Poems, Concordance, Biography, more), online video, podcasting, newly published books, community conversations (off line events), and…        
…a DVD of the new documentary, Emerson: The Ideal in America (52 min), with Robert Richardson (Mind On Fire), Sarah Wider (Emerson Society, president), Richard Geldard (The Spiritual Teachings of Ralph Waldo Emerson), Barbara Solowey (Lecturer, Teacher), Richard Grossman (A Year With Emerson), hosted by Jim Manley (RWE.org), directed by David Beardsly and produced by RWE Institute.

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Join the Support Membership rolls of the RWE Institute.  Help us at RWE.org bring you the important and inspiring works of Ralph Waldo Emerson.  RWE offers us a lexicon of intelligent application with The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson (Centenary Edition), plus Advanced Search capabilities (using Google technologies), Queries to the Senior Advisor, Dr. Richard Geldard, the Emerson Concordance and much more. 

The mission of the Institute is to make available to anyone with access to its web site the Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, plus all relevant information to promote greater understanding of America’s Founding Thinker.  Your Support is necessary to make it happen.  Membership and Donations are tax deductible.

Thank you,
Jim Manley, Director
Ralph Waldo Emerson Institute