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" What we commonly call man, the eating, drinking, planting, counting man, does not, as we know him, represent himself, but misrepresents himself. Him we do not respect, but the soul, whose organ he is, would he let it appear through his action, would make... "
Complete Works - Page 254
by Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1900
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Life of Ralph Waldo Emerson

Richard Garnett - 1888 - 207 pages
...as we know him, represent himself, but misrepresents himself. Him we do not respect, but the soul, whose organ he is, would he let it appear through...; when it flows through his affection, it is love. . . . All reform aims, in some one particular, to let the great soul have its way through us." Starting...
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Select Writings of Ralph Waldo Emerson

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1888 - 351 pages
...as we know him, represent himself, but misrepresents himself. Him we do not respect, but the soul, whose organ he is, would he let it appear through...bend. When it breathes through his intellect, it is j genius ; when it breathes through his will, it is virtue ; when j it flows through his affection,...
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What Moses Saw and Heard, Or, The Idea of God in the Old Testament

A. O. Butler - 1889 - 434 pages
...not, as we know him, represent himself, but misrepresents himself. Him we do not respect; but the soul whose organ he is, would he let it appear through...his will it is virtue ; when it flows through his affections it is love. * * * All reform aims in some one particular to let the soul have its way through...
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The Reformed Quarterly Review, Volume 37

1890
...as we know him, represent himself, but misrepresents himself. Him we do not respect, but the soul, whose organ he is, would he let it appear through his action, would make our knees bend." The mere natural man as he is, or as he would be when left to himself, is not the creature of Emerson's...
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Theosophical Siftings, Volume 4

1892
...is the fa$ade of a temple wherein all wisdom and good abide." " Him we do not respect, but the Soul whose organ he is, would he let it appear through his action, would make our knees bend." In his " Lecture to Divinity Students ", Emerson speaks thus of Christ : " He saw with open eye the...
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The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 19

James Andrew Corcoran, Patrick John Ryan, Edmond Francis Prendergast - 1894
...not, as we know him, represent himself, but misrepresents himself. Him we do not respect, but the soul whose organ he is, would he let it appear through his action, would make our knees bend."1 "One mode of the divine teaching is the incarnation of the divine spirit in a form — in forms...
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Essays: First and Second Series

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1903 - 613 pages
...as we know him, represent himself, but misrepresents himself. Him we do not respect, but the soul, whose organ he is, would he let it appear through...the intellect begins when it would be something of itself.1 The weakness of the will begins when the individual would be something of himself. All reform...
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The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson: Essays. 1st series

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1903
...as we know him, represent himself, but misrepresents himself. Him we do not respect, but the soul, whose organ he is, would he let it appear through...the intellect begins when it would be something of itself.1 The weakness of the will begins when the individual would be something of himself. All reform...
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Starting points for speakers, preachers, writers, and other thinkers ...

John Horne - 1904
...background of our being in which they lie — an immensity not possessed, and that cannot be possessed. When it breathes through his intellect, it is genius...when it flows through his affection, it is love." — Emerson. "Truth consists in a sum of The Truth, a Sum of extremes, not in a via media Extremes....
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Ethical Addresses, Volume 11

1904
...as we know him, represent himself, but misrepresents himself. Him we do not respect; but the soul, whose organ he is, would he let it appear through his action, would make- our knees bend. — Emerson. DECEMBER 18. Morning. Everything that frees our spirit without giving us control of ourselves...
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