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The Era of Romanticism: Coleridge, Wordsworth & Blake

March The philosophy of Samuel Taylor Coleridge constitutes the second wave of British idealism. Therefore, an assessment of its influence is, in fact, the most secure way to judge his philosophical success. His contemporary significance was under no doubt. Green and G. Critics have noted an affinity between the ideas of Coleridge and Sigmund Freud.

http://kkmart.flexi-parking.com/8594.php The aesthetic theories Coleridge develops, while in some ways rather precocious, are also, in large measure, purloined from German Idealism. Drawing upon Immanuel Kant, J. Fichte, A. Schlegel and F. Schelling, while reinterpreting them often by misreading them in his own way, Coleridge sought religious truth by way of the interchange between experience and idea.