The main characteristics of American transcendentalism are the belief in the good found in both man and nature, but that they can be come corrupted by society. This was both a religious movement and a philosophical one. ... More »

Transcendentalism was an American movement in literature, philosophy and politics that emerged in the 1820s and 1830s. The movement first developed among New England Congregationalists, who rejected the notions of predes... More »

Ralph Waldo Emerson was the president of the Transcendental Club and is said to have led the Transcendentalist movement in America. The members of the Transcendental Club included literary figures Nathaniel Hawthorne, Wa... More »

www.reference.com World View Philosophy

Transcendentalists believed in Christian Unitarianism, in the efficacy of human nature, the unknowable nature of religious truth and the corrupting influence of society. Transcendentalists were influenced by a variety of... More »

Anti-transcendentalism was a literary subgenre that focused on human fallibility and proneness to sin. This subgenre is better known as dark romanticism, according to Education Portal. More »

Characteristics typical of a Capricorn man include a deep respect for tradition, a strong sense of responsibility, an over-abundance of caution and a somewhat conventional nature. Capricorns can also be stubbornly pessim... More »

www.reference.com World View Fortune Zodiac

Yin and yang are the two opposing forces that drive the universe, according to Taoist belief. These forces are opposite but equal. Yin and yang are not considered to be inherently good or evil, but simply as complementar... More »

www.reference.com World View Philosophy