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|The one thing in the world, of value, is the active soul. This every man is entitled |
to ; this every man contains within him, although, in almost all men, obstructed,
and as yet unborn. The soul active sees absolute truth ; and utters truth, or
|"But speak the truth," Emerson writes, "and all nature and all spirits help you with |
unexpected furtherance" (CW 1:78). ... fact and principle in nature, "the one thing
in the world of value . . . the active soul, — the soul, free, sovereign, active.
Plato, Julius A. Sigler, Anne Marshall Huston - 1997 - Preview
|The scholar of the first age received into him the world around; brooded thereon; |
gave it the new arrangement of his own mind, and uttered it again. ... The one
thing in the world of value, is, the active soul,— the soul, free, sovereign, active.
|If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are gone, either write things worth |
reading or do things worth writing. ... Friedrich von Schiller, 1759-1805 ~ The one
thing in the world of value, is the active soul – the soul, free, sovereign, active.
|The social extraction of labor and demands of conformity seem to exaggerate |
one aspect or part of the body as a marker of its ... “to be treated as a thing” (120)
lest we lose our “manhood” (119), Emerson declares that “every man is entitled to
” “the active soul” (“American Scholar” 50). ... However, the one thing in the world
of value—the transcendental soul—is itself subtracted from the world of goods.
|Again, if all is in flux, we at best have glimpses, not a steady vision of things. A |
child in ... This transition is rooted in what Emerson calls “the active soul,” which
he asserts is “the one thing in the world of value” (“The American Scholar,” 1:56).
|King, law, light, leader, i, facing 1 Rich is that universal self whom thou |
worshipest as the Soul, v, 25, xi and xii, title-pages ... ix, 49 The mathematical
intellect is the criterion of Trut, ii, 641 The one thing in the world of value is the
active Soul, xii, ...
|Hence, the book-learned class, who value books, as such ; not as related to |
nature and the human constitution, but as making a sort of Third Estate ... The
one thing in the world of value, is, the active soul, — the soul, free, sovereign,
|The soul, like the body, lives by what it feeds on. — J. G. Holland. A noble soul |
has no other merit than to be a noble soul. — Schiller. And keeps that palace of
the soul serene.— Edmund Waller. The one thing in the world of value is the
|SOUL, THE. SOUND. I have a soul, that like nn ample shield, Can take in all, and |
verge enough for more. a. Dri'den — Sebastian. Act 1. Sc. 1. The one thing in the
world, of value, is the active soul. b. Emerson — Hie American Scltolar. Gravity ...