In 1838 Ralph Waldo Emerson — part Plato, part Ichabod Crane — attacked the “corpse cold rationalism” of conservative and liberal alike in his classic Harvard Divinity School address, declaring, as any good Transcendentalist would, that: “Truly speaking, it is not instruction, but provocation, that I can receive from another soul. What he announces, I […]

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