What separates pantheism from transcendentalism?

Just the title. There doesn’t seem to be much (if any) information out there comparing both which is surprising to me since they seem so similar. I’ve looked high and low, and I cannot find a clear difference beyond dictionary definitions; most results just talked of how much they have in common.

I thought I had a relatively good grasp on what pantheism is, but now I’m not so sure. The only difference I can think is that although both are philosophical, transcendentalism was seen as more political?

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What are some recommendations on transcendentalism and thomihtic literature that you would recommend?

Largely, I am interested in knowing more as to how transcendentalism and thomism might apply to literature and the creation of art. For instance, I know of Etienne Gilson and Jaques Maritian, some of their work, but am interested as others might apply to an idea of "beauty," etc.

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but m.. my transcendentalism >:(
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Political Transcendentalism

It is said that the two subjects people should avoid in polite conversation are religion and politics. Within Christianity there is often an understandable desire to transcend the politics of the day: politics, by the very nature of the craft, involves compromise and gets very dirty in deal making; furthermore, no political platform fully embodies God’s purposes in Christ, and politicians invariably fall short of upholding what God would have upheld in Christ in every respect.

Political transcendentalism thus involves the intention to get beyond or rise above the political fray. The reasoning behind politically transcendent postures varies considerably. Some strive for political transcendence from a β€œpox on all your houses” posture, frustrated by the partisan climate and the ugliness of the world of political compromise and thus yearning for a more ideal or β€œpure” form of politics. Others focus on the portrayal of the nation-state as the beast in Revelation 13:1-18 as inspired by Daniel 7:1-12: they strive for political transcendentalism based on a firm commitment to the lordship of Jesus the Christ in His Kingdom and presume the relationship with the nation-state must always be adversarial. Still others challenge the presumption of the efficacy of political processes and behaviors, viewing it all as vanity and a striving after wind; the lack of faith in politics leads such people to political transcendentalism.

We can sympathize with many or even all of these impulses toward political transcendentalism. Politics remains a dirty business, awash in money and rife with special interests; one rightly wonders if any among the people of God could participate in politics at a high level and maintain their faithfulness before God. The political process almost universally disappoints: even if a group of people get what they want, at what cost was it obtained, and for how long will it last before the laws are changed again? John does envision powerful nation-states in terms of beasts, and the illustration β€œworks” because the same tendencies toward arrogance and oppression manifest in Babylon could be seen in Rome and has been visible ever since in every nation-state that has aspired to be like Rome. Even the United States can become an adversary to the Kingdom of God in Christ when it upholds injustice and oppression and co-opts

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Mfw someone assumes transcendentalism
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Do you guys learn about Transcendentalism in school? If yes, what do you think about it?

I adore the movement. It's something that really suits me, a personal philosophy I can truly identify with

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Is anyone here a fan of transcendentalism or romanticism in general? Your thoughts?

I'm 19, and since I've kind of "renovated" myself in the last year and a half or so, I learned a lot about myself, and I realized that I really liked romanticism, I love the importance of individualism, emotion and nature. Reading about this has led me to transcendentalism, and I immediately became interested.

I want to believe that there is something beyond our understanding of the universe, life and nature, that there is a special force, or spirit, however you wanna call it, that can explain beauty and love. Sort of a different dimension of consciousness, that we can't truly comprehend, something that is, simply stated, higher than us.

In my opinion this is a very reassuring thought. That there is something higher, and very powerful, the simple acts of kindness and love, which, at the end of the day, is what keeps the darkness at bay.

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Transcendentalism Video

Have to be out of the classroom for the beginning of the unit on transcendentalism and my sub is not an English teacher. Suggestions for good videos to introduce the topic to students?

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#SwamiVivekananda was one of the main representatives of Neo-Vedanta, a modern interpretation of selected aspects of Hinduism in line with western esoteric traditions, especially Transcendentalism, New Thought and Theosophy.
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Bogues - Transcendentalism. How did I just hear about this guy? Give a listen. youtu.be/_9EEWJ6xZ9k
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Screw Thoreau and screw Transcendentalism
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Poly-Zutantism (β€œBhagavan”) is about the dualize auspicious and infallible nature of β€œThe Bhagavad Gita As It Is” - via - His Divine Grace A.C. Bhakativedanta Swami Prabhupada. The nature of Bhagavan Zutantism is absolutivity, transcendentalism. Hare Vishnu. reddit.com/gallery/ibawue
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My English teacher wouldn't accept this essay I wrote on the beach boys and transcendentalism. I just wanted to know what you guys think.

Beach boys and transcendentalism https://imgur.com/gallery/hR8MhiK

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What connection does American transcendentalism (Emerson/Thoreau) have with Kant's transcendental arguments, Transcendental Idealism, and Transcendental materialism/empiricism (of Deleuze)?
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Kant and Post-Tractarian Wittgenstein - Transcendentalism, Idealism, Illusion | Bernhard Ritter | Palgrave Macmillan palgrave.com/gp/book/9783…
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Why do you think transcendentalism died?

I have been reading a lot of older transcendentalist philosophy as of late, and I find it speaking to our current moment a lot more than many other older (or newer) philosophical traditions. Yet, it seems unlike other traditions (Hegelian, Marxist, etc), no prominent philosophers today are carrying transcendentalism forward. It is weird to me that it is widely believed that the history of American philosophy is analytic (often used as a pejorative towards America), when this clearly continental tradition is sourced in America and now widely ignored. Is there any reason for this seeming demise? If I am wrong and there are still many transcendental writers out there, feel free to correct me and list some for me to read!

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Contrary texts to the transcendentalism movement

I just finished reading Walden and Civil Disobedience. I was curious if there are any contemporary texts that have opposing views. Thank You!

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The transcendentalism unit sucks.

Hey, Grade 10ers! Right now for me is the transcendentalism unit in English 10 and personally I think it sucks. I think it’s one of those things where someone was really confident in their ideas and thought they revolutionized philosophy, but really just made something out of nothing.

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American Transcendentalism: How do I convince my dad he is retarded?

I dont know what trascendentalism is or means but I figured it might help get past the spam filter. The real question lies after the colon.

My dad is mad that he keeps losing money holding ugaz but wont just sell ugaz...

Storytime:

My dad put like 15k in the stock market and made a bunch of money on the natural gas short covering from last year both on the way up and the way down in UGAZ and DGAZ. He went all the way up to like 30k. I checked up with him the other day and he managed to lose over 20k and is now down to below 10k... He apparently decided that there was gonna be another short covering and he would do the same thing and didnt wanna miss it again so he just held UGAZ the whole year....

Should I just let him lose all of it as the stock wastes into nothing because he is too stubborn to sell and is convinced natural gas is gonna spike? I feel bad because he was so happy when he made all that money but instead of taking his money and buying something intelligent he let it ride in UGAZ all year lol...

So how do I, or should I, convince him he is retarded and needs to sell?

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I have achieved transcendentalism
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Life Changing/Eye Opening/Spiritual Books to Read in Quarantine! (Especially Transcendentalism)

Psychedelics and music and festivals have always really helped open up my mind and help me to find peace and happiness, but lately, like before the covid stuff really started, I was beginning to struggle mentally. After social distancing for over 2 weeks now, it’s gotten a lot worse. I’ve always found that certain books can really help me achieve close to the same result as psychs/music/etc do. Like spiritual/existentialism texts, they’ve helped me a lot with grounding myself and just helping my brain concentrate on other things than my anxiety. Transcendentalism and reincarnation/afterlife are ESPECIALLY interesting to me! Does anyone have any recommendations of any books along these lines, or just books that have changed your life/perspectives in general? I’m looking for both complex and more easy-to-read books, it’s been a while since I’ve read and my anxiety makes it hard to concentrate so easy-to-read would be best for getting back into it I think :) thanks!!! hope u all are staying safe and using this time off to find some peace and clarity <3

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how Emerson and Thoreau’s Transcendentalism could inspire a re-awakening (and consensus?) after the COVID-19 pandemic // https://t.co/ngNaog8GsI resilience.org/stories/20…
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ELI5: Transcendentalism Vs. Anti-transcendentalism

I’ve read books by authors in both fields, but I want to have a full grasp of the differences to make sure I have it all right. I tend to prefer anti authors, but I’m not very certain on the differences.

Thank you

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Cornel West on John Coltrane, American Transcendentalism, Jazz, Radical Politics (2000) youtu.be/FFcKjok4ZZ4
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Transcendentalism and Judaism

Transcendentalism, an idealistic system of thought based on a belief in the essential unity of all creation, the innate goodness of humanity, and the supremacy of insight overΒ logic and experience for the revelation of the deepestΒ truths.

Do you believe there is a natural connection between Judaism and Transcendentalism?

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You want an essay on transcendentalism? Okay!

My highschool junior year I had this English teacher who had some odd ways of teaching. (She had us watch guardians of the galaxy in class to teach us about archetypes and used dungeons and dragons for another lesson. She also had us read Candide by Voltair for "fun" - no quizzes no essays, just a time waster. Not fun.) She used vague rubrics and I could never tell how to improve my essays. We got absolutely NO feeback and had no idea what we were doing.

She also shoved her interpretations down our throats. She would say "there is no one right answer, everyone interprets things differently!" Then go on to say that my answer wasn't quite right and someone else's was.

She had us read Into the Wild to teach us about transcendentalism and finding yourself - particularly through nature. So she had us write an essay about a time we went into nature and came out a better person or grew spiritually.

I could tell that what she wanted was for us to write an essay on how we went on a hike/climbed a mountain and had a new appreciation for nature/the world (she hinted at it and the essay description she handed out said that in fancy terms.) I was sick of not being able to feel like I was learning and that I couldn't get any feedback from the vague rubrics so I decided to write about a hunting trip I went on where I shot my first elk. I described it all in great detail, right up until we walked up to the downed elk. I wrote about how I had felt, how proud I was to put meat on the table for my family. I wrote that because I went out into nature to go hunting, I had grown as a person.

I actually wanted a bad grade because my essay was different than the cookie cutter ones she had asked for. (I was sick of writing rhetorical analysis essays on poems, paintings, and short stories.) In the past I had gotten lower grades for writing my interpretation which was "wrong" so I expected my interpretation of transcendentalism to be wrong as well.

When I got my essay back, I immediately thought she didn't like reading what I had written. Usually she left a few grammar error notes or her reactions - if she liked your essay - stuff like that. My essay had nothing written on it, just some quickly drawn circles around where I had scored on the rubric. It was like she wanted to get my essay done and over with! She gave me the same grade as all my other papers too, so to this day I wonder if she hated reading my essay or if she was just in a hurry and didn't read it.

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Neo-Transcendentalism and the Needs of the Many

Part I.

TLDR: The Federation has pursued colonial policies based on convenience that have caused many problems for both the UFP and its colonists. Star Trek writers have done the same thing with the same result.

This post is a Watsonian investigation into the TNG episode "Up the Long Ladder." It is not about the episode's narrative failures. Nor is this about the episode's offensive, stereotypical portrayal of the Irish (or possibly travelers/Roma), nor is it about Riker and Pulaski casually murdering clones. Nor is it about the episode's forced resolution. This is about colonization in Star Trek from Khan to the Maquis, and in universe issues surrounding colonization. So, brace yourself, this will be a long journey.

The Doylist explanation for β€œUp the Long Ladder,” is the episode is a fun, low stakes mystery for the crew to solve, while relying on ethnic stereotypes to inject β€œcomedy” into a serious consideration of the ethics of cloning. The moral of the story is that cloning that requires coercion or non-consensual medical experimentation is bad possibly evil. Additionally, it may have also been in support of abortion, especially in cases of rape if we pull back a few layers of narrative obfuscation. However, close to zero thought was put into the logistics or implications of colonial policy that could result in the situation encountered in the episode. Melinda Snodgrass wrote this episode and her intention was for this to be an examination of American immigration policy.

The result of the episode is that in universe the Federation has a failed colonial policy that does little to nothing to account for its colonies and these policies prevents the Federation from exploiting class M planets. This had tragic consequences that lead to Spock’s death by an individual deeply wronged by the Federation’s ad hoc colonial policies. Out of Universe, the writers as of the TNG era have no coherent narrative policy for colonial world building either, so preposterous or even impossible situations can easily arise, as demonstrated by what some considers one of the worst episodes of the TNG era.

As background, the episode starts in 2365 with Captain Picard receiving a mission from Admiral Moore

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We’re learning about transcendentalism in class and...
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Making an essay comparing Far Cry 5 and Transcendentalism

tl;dr: writing essay, if you have good evidence I would appreciate you comment it below

Hi all, I'm making an essay comparing Far Cry 5 to transcendentalism as said above. Transcendentalism is basically an ideology about rejecting societal norms, seeking knowledge/inner peace through nature, etc etc. and I thought (and still think) that far Cry 5 exhibits a lot of these qualities. The only issue is that there's so much info and lore in Far Cry 5 that I haven't even heard of yet, and trying to get only the best bits of info is something i want to try and do. I already have major things, like Bo Adams/Loading Screens with nature representing something higher up, John Seed in game speech on technology/society and Joseph Seed speech in Far Cry 5: Inside Eden's Gate movie on society for the whole rejecting societal norms thing, and other basic pieces of evidence, but if any of you people out there have any killer pieces of evidence, please do let me know. Thanks!

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What in the blue fuck does [walking around in only boxers playing violin] have to do with transcendentalism? - u/phneri reddit.com/r/legaladvice/…
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What’s a good idea for a transcendentalism project

Our teacher gave us a project on transcendentalism and I have no idea what to do for a project since she said make it come from your heart and there’s no rubric so I’m confused

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I was doing an English project about transcendentalism
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I drew something about transcendentalism
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For my transcendentalism class we are asked to answer questions like β€œwhere does knowledge come from?” So I thought it would be fun to see what reddit thinks about this one. So reddit: What is nature?
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