Who is Emerson?

  • (noun): United States writer and leading exponent of transcendentalism (1803-1882).
    Synonyms: Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Cherry Logan Emerson (engineer) - Career
... After many years in the electrical power industry, Emerson returned to Georgia Tech as the dean of the School of Engineering in 1945 ... Emerson left Georgia Tech in 1955 and died in 1959 ... Emerson's son, Cherry Logan Emerson, Jr ...
The Personality Of The Deity
... In response to Ralph Waldo Emerson's Divinity School Address, Henry Ware, Jr ... Because of the wide circulation of Emerson's address among non-Divinity students, Ware found it necessary, after a lengthy exchange of letters with Emerson, to present his response to the entire ... The sermon refuted some of Emerson's pantheist ideas and reasserted, as the title suggests, the willful personality of God ...
Lost Boys: The Tribe - Cast
... Tad Hilgenbrink as Chris Emerson Autumn Reeser as Nicole Emerson Angus Sutherland as Shane Powers Corey Feldman as Edgar Frog Gabrielle Rose as Aunt Jillian Shaun Sipos as Kyle Merwin Mondesir as Erik ...
Emerson, Lake & Palmer Discography - Singles
... Year Title Album 1970 "Lucky Man" 48 - Emerson Lake Palmer 1971 "Stones of Years" - - Tarkus 1972 "Nut Rocker" 70 - Pictures at an Exhibition "From the ...

Famous quotes containing the word emerson:

    The child realizes to every man his own earliest remembrance, and so supplies a defect in our education, or enables us to live over the unconscious history with a sympathy so tender as to be almost personal experience.
    —Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Converse with a mind that is grandly simple, and literature looks like word-catching. The simplest utterances are worthiest to be written, yet are they so cheap, and so things of course, that, in the infinite riches of the soul, it is like gathering a few pebbles off the ground, or bottling a little air in a phial, when the whole earth and the whole atmosphere are ours.
    —Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    We know that madness belongs to love,—what power to paint a vile object in hues of heaven.
    —Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)