It is these intensely personal reactions to Emerson that explain the kind of writer he is. He is a writer who lives entirely by ideas, but who really lives them--he is not a philosopher, not a maker of systems or a prover of systems or a justifier of them. He starts from a conviction about man's central importance in the world which he never really elaborates, but which he accepts as necessary and evident and profoundly human--he could almost have said, the only human account of the world in modern, "scientific" times. The reader who instinctively agrees with him finds himself surprised and refreshed by Emerson's observations; while the reader who does not agree, who may insist not so much on proofs as on a clearer articulation of Emerson's brilliance and grave wit, irritated and frustrated by a son's of brilliance and grave wit, irritated and frustrated by a writer who, living by ideas, simply sails of into the world on them as if he were on a personal journey, as if everything he described had come to him first as a daily experience.

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Judul: A Modern Anthology
Penulis: Emerson
Penerbit: Dell Publishing
Edisi: 1966
Halaman: 383
Ukuran: 10.5 x 16 x 1.5 cm
Sampul: Soft Cover
Bahasa: Indonesia
Kondisi: Buku Bekas Perpustakaan
Lokasi: 100/Eme/m

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