The Teachers of Emerson
Sturgis & Walton, 1910 - 325 pages
This book is about the influence of Greek philosophy on Ralph Waldo Emerson's writings. John S. Harrison argues that Emerson primarily drew his inspiration from Greek thought and not German/Eastern teachings.
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