Emerson Discussion Concerns
How are you affected by nature? Will you find the reassurance of it? Will you reflect the moods of nature? What is the position of mother nature in your life?
What is meant simply by an individual's spiritual side? The right way to you determine it? Is there a connection between your individual's heart and nature? If so , what is that connection? What does it suggest to know a thing intuitively? For instance , has a father or mother or a brother or sister ever well-known something was wrong with you without having talked with or seen you? What do all of us mean once we say " I just know it”? How do you demonstrate that you are an individual? Do you think independently of others or do you follow the crowd? What different feelings does Emerson note in the excerpt?
How is usually nature attached to these moods?
What effect will nature have on Emerson? What does this individual mean if he says " I get a transparent eyeball”? In what methods does Emerson connect mother nature, humankind, and God? In what way does Character serve as a teacher?
How is usually nature pictured as commendable? As a supply of comfort?
How are human beings represented as part of nature?
What may human beings study from nature? How can this learning affect the individual's spirituality? Exactly what does Emerson mean when he says that " envy is usually ignorance and imitation can be suicide”? How much does he need each individual to acknowledge about him/herself? What does he say about " power” and " work”? How is trust a part of being self-reliant?
Why does Emerson see culture as the enemy of individuality? Precisely what is the function of non-conformity? What mixed dough word mean to Emerson? What is a " foolish consistency”? How does that get in the way of genius?