Kramp, Joseph M.
Dr. Joseph M. Kramp teaches in multiple disciplines ranging from psychology to religion and philosophy. Dr. Kramp is a Research Scholar at The Ronin Institute, a Research Associate and Communications Director for Clio’s Psyche, and is a prolific author. He received his Ph.D. from Drew University.2014 0-7734-4305-3
A new psychological, social and political examination of Emerson’s life and experience of symbolic loss that demonstrates the importance and purpose of individual and social transformation and revitalizes Emerson’s literary importance for contemporary American society.