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" ... seen, and not, as in most men, an indurated heterogeneous fabric of many dates and of no settled character, in which the man is imprisoned. Then there can be enlargement, and the man of to-day scarcely recognizes the man of yesterday. And such should... "
Essays - 第 125 頁
Ralph Waldo Emerson 著 - 1841 - 371 頁
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The Emerson Museum: Practical Romanticism and the Pursuit of the Whole

Lee Rust Brown - 1997 - 285 頁
...Then there can be enlargement, and the man of today scarcely recognizes the man of yesterday. And such should be the outward biography of man in time, a...the divine expansion, this growth comes by shocks. ( CW 2:72) Readers of Charles Sanders Peirce, William James, and George Santayana will recognize the...
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The Cambridge Companion to Ralph Waldo Emerson

Joel Porte, Saundra Morris - 1999 - 280 頁
...(in the words of George Sebouhian), even the most tragic losses must become the source of wisdom.8 "We cannot part with our friends. We cannot let our angels go," Emerson later observed in "Compensation": We do not see that they only go out, that archangels may...
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Your Name Is Hughes Hannibal Shanks: A Caregiver's Guide to Alzheimer's

Lela Knox Shanks - 2005 - 191 頁
...new life and a new world for ourselves and our loved one in spite of AD. Ralph Waldo Emerson said, "We cannot let our angels go. We do not see that they only go out that archangels may come in." 6 It is out of an accepting attitude that creative techniques are born. Careproviding presents us with...
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Babel and the Ivory Tower: The Scholar in the Age of Science

William David Shaw, Professor W David Shaw - 2005 - 288 頁
...not taken or indulge a secret horror of concluding. 'We are idolators of the old,' as Emerson says. 'We cannot part with our friends. We cannot let our angels go' (1908c, 94). We are reluctant to admit that there are no birds this year in last year's nest. But instead...
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The Monthly Miscellany, 第 4-5 卷

1841
...in one case so heautiful, so savoring of real experience, vve must make. a considerable quotation. " We cannot part with our friends. We cannot let our...that they only go out, that archangels may come in. * * * The death of a dear friend, wife, brother, lover, which scorned nothing but privation, somewhat...
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A Compendium of American Literature, Chronologically Arranged: With ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - 1859 - 784 頁
...to find out his meaning.1 THE COMPENSATIONS OF CALAMITY. We eannot part with our friends. We eannot let our angels go. We do not see that they only go out, that arehangels may eome in. We are idolaters of the old. We do not believe in the riehes of the soul, in...
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Michigan Alumnus Quarterly Review, 第 55 卷

1948
...poets, and gave Spenser a New Testament book of his own, and Blake a Revelation. When Emerson regretted, "We cannot part with our friends. We cannot let our angels go," he unconsciously explained the lasting appeal of Christianity. There has been little "foolish consistency"...
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