Ralph Waldo Emerson has been known as a transcendentalist and idealist, but he left no shortage of footprints on the landscape and also thought and wrote extensively about the natural world. Michael Popejoy examines Emerson’s “unified philosophy of nature.”
"Emerson and the Environment: The Beginnings of American Nationalism,"
Appalachia: Vol. 66
, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.dartmouth.edu/appalachia/vol66/iss2/5