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A philosophical movement developing in America in the late 1820s and 1830s. Transcendentalism
He founded the movement. Ralph Waldo Emerson
Transcendentalist who wrote Walden and learned from Ralph Waldo Emerson. Henry David Thoreau
The main Hindu scripture which influenced the movement. Upanishads
An organization of Transcendentalists founded in 1836. Transcendental Club
A publication which Transcendentalists used to voice their views. The Dial
A spiritual portion of God Transcendentalism believes is within every individual. Over-Soul
Henry David Thoreau's main publication, describing his life for a year in the wilderness. Walden
A French Transcendentalist publication translated in English in 1844. Lotus Sutra
A major figure in the transcendentalist movement and a strong women's rights advocate. Margaret Fuller
An Antebellum reformer who criticized and satirized the Transcendental movement. Nathaniel Hawthorne
This is what Transcendentalists believe has corrupted individual goodness of people. Society
Spiritual texts from this religion influenced thoughts of the movement. Hinduism
Transcendentalist beliefs are closely linked with beliefs from English and German philosophers of this thought. Romantics
Transcendentalists believe one can find this naturally within themselves in a spiritual sense. Knowledge
Ralph Waldo Emerson's main publication, it expresses the main beliefs of Transcendentalism. Nature
A Transcendentalist value in which people are their best selves as individuals and should not conform to society. Individualism
A utopia created based on Transcendentalist ideals, it was what Nathaniel Hawthorne used to criticize the movement. Brook Farm
A 19th Century author who criticized Transcendentalism, calling it a "disease." Edgar Allen Poe
A Unitarian minister in Roxbury, Boston, who helped found the Transcendental Club. George Putnam

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