Definition of Oversouls
1. oversoul [n] - See also: oversoul
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Literary usage of Oversouls
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Ohio Educational Monthly by Ohio State Teachers Association (1905)
"... bond of congenial oversouls, or atmospheres, operating the purposes, powers and methods of Faith and Hope. It may well be any hill or vale with just the ..."
2. The Table Talk of John Selden by John Selden, Richard Milward (1892)
"... ("oversouls," not altogether in the Emersonian sense), it is difficult to picture any other variety listening to Man and Superman: For one thing, ..."
3. Ethics and Natural Law: A Reconstructive Review of Moral Philosophy Applied by George Lansing Raymond (1920)
"Ralph Waldo Emerson speaks of men having oversouls. There is no doubt about their often having over—or perhaps what might better be termed overreaching., ..."
4. The Methodist Review (1891)
"It is pitiable to sec these oversouls go down the hill of life hold- ing out their beautiful hands for the pittance which the Church doles out to them ..."
5. Iconoclasts: A Book of Dramatists: Ibsen, Strindberg, Becque, Hauptmann by James Huneker (1907)
"... ("oversouls," not altogether in the Emersonian sense), it is difficult to picture any other variety listening to Man and Superman. ..."
6. Deus-semper: the norm + the germ x the conditions = the fruit by George Western Thompson (1869)
"... and oversouls all things. Man is therefore but a class in these classes of Differentiation. But the trine elements are found in him, in representative ..."