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Ralph Waldo Emerson It is my belief that Ralph Waldo Emerson was first and foremost a seeker of the truth because of his statement from the essay “Circles,” that reads “Our life is an apprenticeship to truth.” It is also my opinion that he did not bother with trying to help others with their personal spirituality because he believed that one must look inside for answers to their questions regarding their the essay “Over-Soul,” in …

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…is the true self also commonly called the spirit or the soul and it was Emerson’s belief that everything in life and in reality is derived from the soul. He also believed that there is a universal soul through which everything and everyone is connected. In conclusion I must say that Emerson was one of the great American philosophers whose works are overflowing with brilliance and whose genius will be remembered throughout the ages.