Brian Wolfel is a PhD candidate in political science at Syracuse University and holds a BA in Government from Cornell University and a Masters of Public Health degree from University of Arizona. Currently he is in the process of completing his dissertation entitled “American Transcendentalism Contra Contemporary Political Philosophy.”
How Emerson and Thoreau’s Transcendentalism Could Inspire a Re-Awakening (and Consensus?) After the COVID-19 Pandemic
In its popular adoption, Transcendentalism would also sew together a natural consensus in which it is consciously and explicitly acknowledged that devotion to the status quo of politics, commercialism, and dogmatic religion leaves out much that is desirable and preferable.
June 1, 2020