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" Man is fallen ; nature is erect and serves as a differential thermometer, detecting the presence or absence of the divine sentiment in man. "
Essays: Second Series - Page 179
by Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1844 - 313 pages
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Douglas Jerrold's Shilling Magazine, Volume 1

1845
...ground seem to have great and tranquil thoughts." * " Cities give not the human senses room enough." " Man is fallen : nature is erect and serves as a differential...presence or absence of the divine sentiment in man." " We are encamped in nature, not domesticated." "Our music, our poetry, our language itself are not...
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Douglas Jerrold's shilling magazine

1845
...ground seem to have great and tranquil thoughts." " Cities give not the human tenses room enough." " Man is fallen : nature is erect and serves as a differential...presence or absence of the divine sentiment in man." " We are encamped in nature, not domesticated." " Our music, our poetry, our language itself are not...
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The Religion of the Heart: A Manual of Faith and Duty

Leigh Hunt - Christian life - 1853 - 259 pages
...is filled with grooms and gazers, that we turn from the people, to find relief in the majestic men that are suggested by the pictures and the architecture....presence or absence of the divine sentiment in Man."* There is a great deal more, which our friends will * Essays. Second Series. By HW Emerson. 1844. p....
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Essays

1863 - 274 pages
...is filled with grooms and gazers, that we turn from the people, to find relief in the majestic men that are suggested by the pictures and the architecture....of nature from the thing to be done, must consider lhat our hunting of the picturesque is inseparable 15* from our protest against false society. Man...
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ESSAYS.

R.W. EMERSON - 1867
...is filled with grooms and gazers, that we turn from the people, to fint} relief in the majestic men that are suggested by the pictures and the architecture....that our hunting of the picturesque is inseparable 15 * from our protest against false society. Man is fallen; nature is erect, and serves as a differential...
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Essays, Volumes 1-2

Ralph Waldo Emerson - American literature - 1876 - 613 pages
...the pictures and the architecture. The crities who complain of the sickly separation of the beanty of nature from the thing to be done, must consider...presence or absence of the divine sentiment in man. By fanlt of onr dulness and selfishness we are looking up to nature; but when we are convalescent, nature...
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The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson: Essays. 2d series

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1876
...house is filled with grooms and gazers, that we turn from the people to find relief in the majestic men that are suggested by the pictures and the architecture....of the picturesque is inseparable from our protest agaTristTfalse society. Man is fallen ;_nature_is_ erect, and serye§.asLa.difFergntFaF thermometer^...
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Essays: Second series

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1876 - 307 pages
...is filled with grooms and gazers.. that we turn from the people, to find relief in the majestic men that are suggested by the pictures and the architecture....thing to be done, must consider that our hunting of ihe picturesque is inseparable from our protest against false society. Man is fallen ; nature is erect...
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Ralph Waldo Emerson: His Life, Writings, and Philosophy

George Willis Cooke - Authors, American - 1881 - 390 pages
...inorganic or organized. Man imprisoned, man crystallized, man vegetative, speaks to man impersonated." 4 " Man is fallen ; nature is erect, and serves as a differential...presence or absence of the divine sentiment in man." 5 Nature_is^ growing, ever proceeding towards spirit.'" " We can point "nowhere to any thing final,...
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Ralph Waldo Emerson: His Life, Writings, and Philosophy

George Willis Cooke - Authors, American - 1881 - 390 pages
...inorganic or organized. Man imprisoned, man crystallized, maa- vegetative, speaks to man impersonated." 4 " Man is fallen ; nature is erect, and serves as a differential thermometer, detecting the presence or bsence of the divine sentiment in man." 5 \ .Nature, is gTowjngr-o.vpr p.LnJI£flr*'ng fc'.waT'^g spirit....
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