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Translations: transcendentalism

spanish
trascendentalismo, el trascendentalismo, transcendentalismo, el transcendentalismo, trascendentalidad


german
transzendentalphilosophie

french
transcendantalisme, le transcendantalisme, transcendance, transcendentalisme

italian
trascendentalismo, trascendenza, il trascendentalismo, del trascendentalismo

portuguese
transcendentalismo, o transcendentalismo, transcen- dentalismo, transcendentalidade

dutch
transcendentalisme, het transcendentalisme, transcendentalist

russian
трансцендентализма, трансцендентализм, на трансцендентализм

swedish
transcendentalismen, transcenden, transcendental

finnish
transsendenttisuuden

danish
transcendentalisme

czech
transcendentalismus, Transcendentalism

polish
nadzmysłowość, transcendentalizm

hungarian
transzcendentalizmus, transzcendentalizmusával, transzcendentizmus, a transzcendentalizmus, transzcendencia

turkish
Aşkıncılık, Transandantalizm, Aşkıncılığı, Aşkınsalcılık, Aşkıncılığı da

greek
υπερβατισμός, μεταφυσική, ο υπερβατο- λογισμός, στον υπερβατολογισμό

ukrainian
трансценденталізму, трансценденталізма

bulgarian
трансцедентална философия, трансцендентализъм, трансцендентализма, трансцедентализмът

belarusian
трансцендентализма

estonian
transtsendentalism

croatian
trancendentalizam, transcendentalizma

lithuanian
Nadzmysłowość, Transcendentalizm

romanian
transcendentalismul, transcendentalismului, transcendentalismul de

slovak
Transcendentalizmus

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The meaning and "use of": transcendentalism

noun
  • an idealistic philosophical and social movement that developed in New England around 1836 in reaction to rationalism. Influenced by romanticism, Platonism, and Kantian philosophy, it taught that divinity pervades all nature and humanity, and its members held progressive views on feminism and communal living. Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau were central figures.
  • a system developed by Immanuel Kant, based on the idea that, in order to understand the nature of reality, one must first examine and analyze the reasoning process that governs the nature of experience.

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