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179 James Russell Lowell, editor of the Atlantic Monthly and the North American Review, commented in his book My Study Windows (1871 that Emerson was not only the "most steadily attractive lecturer in America but also "one of the pioneers of the lecturing system." 180. 119 Philosophers Camp at Follensbee Pond - Adirondacks edit Ralph Waldo Emerson, in the summer of 1858, would venture into the great wilderness of upstate New York. Richardson says, "Emerson's moment of insight into the interconnectedness of things in the Jardin des Plantes was a moment of almost visionary intensity that pointed him away from theology and toward science". 168 Many critics believe that it was his views on race that inhibited him from becoming an abolitionist earlier in his life and also inhibited him from being more active in the antislavery movement.
Allen, Gay Wilson (1982). 166 However, Emerson maintained that reform would be achieved through moral agreement rather than by militant action. The ages are opening this moral force. That wonderful spirit has not expired! Although much has been written over many years by scholars and biographers of Emersons life, little has been written of what has become known as the Philosophers Camp. Presented by, authorama, public Domain Books, i have read that those who listened to Lord Chatham felt that there was something finer in the man than any thing which he said. For nature is as truly beautiful as it is good, or as it is reasonable, and must as much appear as it must be done, or be known. No; but also hunters, farmers, grooms, and butchers, though they express their affection in their choice of life and not in their choice. But this belief in racial inferiorities did not make Emerson a supporter of slavery. New York Times, October 12, 2008.