3 edition of Coleridges idealism found in the catalog.
|Statement||The Gorham Press|
|Publishers||The Gorham Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
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While therefore adopting the dialectical structure of Naturphilosophie, Green treats ends, or purposes, quite differently from his German contemporaries.
Poems like "The Eolian Harp" and "The Destiny of Nations" from the 1790s strongly resonate with the materialist and necessitarian thought of Godwin and the early Shelley, and with the Spinozist ecologies of Wordsworth's nature poems.
Thus, as he asks repeatedly in Chapters 12 and 13 of the Biographia in a series of borrowings from 1800's Coleridges idealism of Transcendental Idealism18 if transcendental philosophy entails a subject and an object, does not some third thing mediate their interaction?
"Abrams Among Coleridges idealism Nightingales: Revisiting the Greater Romantic Lyric". Taken together, the five legs—with synthesis in the center, form the Holy Cross of Ramist logic.
Weave a circle round him thrice, And close your eyes with holy dread, For he on honey-dew hath fed, And drank the milk of Paradise. Years after its initial publication, a revised and expanded edition of The Friend, with added philosophical content including his 'Essays on the Principles of Method', became a highly influential work and its effect was felt on writers and philosophers from to.
Coleridge's Laws: A Study of Coleridge in Malta Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, 2010. P Edwards, The Statesman's Science 2004 p.
The Ideal is also a mere activity, distinct from the Real solely in the inward-looking direction of its operation. While the Theory resists any definition of life that reduces it to a resistance to sickness or death, the "Essay on Scrofula" asserts that, because disease is "a derangement of some one Coleridges idealism all of the primary powers, in the harmony or balance of which the Coleridges idealism of the human being consists," it remains wholly incomprehensible without "a distinct conception of life itself" Works 11, 1:478.
He is said to have read his Rime of the Ancient Mariner at a literary evening in Mardol. The lectures are ultimately an experiment, it seems, testing the claims of a dynamic, even historical, transformism against an empirically minded, "functionalist" anatomy.
See Ayon Roy, "The Specter of Hegel in Coleridge's Biographia Literaria," Journal of the History of Ideas 68, no.
1 Of course, contemporary uses of idealism are not identical to those of the Romantics.
The contaminating forces so problematic for a notion of absolute life are now neutralized by their incorporation into the historical process.