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Second wave of transcendentalists[ edit ] By the late s, Emerson believed that the movement was dying out, and even more so after the death of Margaret Fuller in This is the underlying theme in the majority of transcendentalist essays and papers—all of which are centered on subjects which assert a love for individual expression.
It is primarily concerned with personal freedom.
Their beliefs are closely linked with those of the Romantics , but differ by an attempt to embrace or, at least, to not oppose the empiricism of science. Transcendental knowledge[ edit ] Transcendentalists desire to ground their religion and philosophy in principles based upon the German Romanticism of Herder and Schleiermacher. Transcendentalism merged "English and German Romanticism, the Biblical criticism of Herder and Schleiermacher , and the skepticism of Hume ",  and the transcendental philosophy of Immanuel Kant and of German Idealism more generally , interpreting Kant's a priori categories as a priori knowledge.
The transcendental movement can be described as an American outgrowth of English Romanticism. Individualism[ edit ] Transcendentalists believe that society and its institutions—particularly organized religion and political parties—corrupt the purity of the individual. It is only from such real individuals that true community can form.
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