Juggling Emerson

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"Therefore does beauty, which in relation to actions, as we have seen comes unsought, and comes because it is unsought, remain for the apprehension and pursuit of the intellect;"- Emerson 

I want to write about this concept in paper one but I am not entirely sure in which direction I should formulate my argument. Would it be fair to say that because certain aspects within life are difficult and avoided because of that, it is within them that beauty of the complex and unknown becomes outwardly apparent and creates a lustful passion in oneself to learn more about their creation and function.

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