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During the 1830s and 1840s, Emerson blasts imitativeness with the rhetoric of doom, death, and decay.
arrogance, imitativeness, and dim-wittedness of the upper classes .
In other words, sinful imitativeness has its roots in relying on self-will rather than God's will.