Aesthetics, Poetics and Phenomenology in Samuel Taylor Coleridge Aesthetics, Poetics and Phenomenology in Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Aesthetics, Poetics and Phenomenology in Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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'Tom Marshall’s erudite study provides what is by some distance the most comprehensive treatment of Coleridge’s relation to the phenomenological tradition. Marshall’s lucid and provocative analysis defends both the individual poet, and the wider idealist tradition to which he belongs, from the common charge of abstraction. Coleridge stands revealed to us rather as a thinker for whom the most profound philosophical questions turn on the question—and the experience—of sensuous immediacy.'

- Dr Ewan James Jones, University of Cambridge, UK
This book re-evaluates the philosophical status of Samuel Taylor Coleridge by providing an extended comparison between his work and the phenomenological theory of Edmund Husserl. Examining Coleridge’s accounts of the imagination, perception, poetic creativity and literary criticism, it draws a systematic and coherent structure out of a range of Coleridge’s philosophical writing. In addition, it also applies the principles of Coleridge’s philosophy to an interpretation of his own poetic output.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2020
23 November
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
221
Pages
PUBLISHER
Springer International Publishing
SIZE
1.5
MB

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