Boston-born Ralph Waldo Emerson lost his father, a Concord minister, when he was eight years old, leaving the family
In this essay, Ralph Waldo Emerson explores the way in which the moral sentiment manifests itself in the collective and the individual. Through his elaboration of the argument, he is also able to comment on the current state of religion and nationhood.
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