What are the duties of the scholar and how are they comprised in self-trust?
Then follows self-confidence, self-trust, self-effort, self-dependence.
For this self-trust, the reason is deeper than can be fathomed,—darker than can be enlightened.
It was the face of a man who might dupe himself as well as others, and do it with generous enthusiasm and self-trust.
Self-reliance, or self-trust, is one of the principles Whitman announces in his "Laws for Creations."
And I grew strong in insolence of self-trust; and I laughed aloud as I dashed the sluggish water from side to side.
Individualism, roughness, and self-trust are supposed to go with selfishness and a cold heart; but I suspect that is a prejudice.
As self-trust may pass into self-sufficiency, so optimism, kindness, and good-will may grow into a habit of doting on everything.
Show clearly how Emerson bases his belief in self-trust on his belief in intuitions.
One of these ingredients—the vital faith or self-trust of the animal will—they have retained.