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Kenny (Cambridge University Press, ±“±), vol. ©, p. °.
µ Coleridge, Aids to Re¬‚ection, p. ±·µ.
° John Dewey, Reconstruction in Philosophy, ±°, rev. edn (Boston, Mass.: Beacon
Press, ±), p. ±±.
± William James, The Will to Believe and Other Essays in Popular Philosophy (N.Y.:
Longmans Green and Co., ±°), p. .
 Coleridge, The Friend, vol. © , p. °.
 Ibid., p. .
 See Coleridge, Lay Sermons, p. : Religion considers the particular and uni-
versal as one, ˜[ h]ence in all the ages and countries of civilization Religion has
been the parent and fosterer of the Fine Arts, as of Poetry, Music, Painting,
and c. the common essence of which consists in a similar union of the
Universal and the Individual™.
µ Coleridge, Table Talk, vol. ©, p. ±·.
 Coleridge, Biographia Literaria, vol. ©© , p. .
µ° Notes to pages ±“±
· See Kant, Groundwork of The Metaphysics of Morals. Practical Philosophy, p. .
 Coleridge, Notebooks, vol. ©, note ±·±·.
 Ibid., vol. ©©©, note µ. See also Thesis  of ch. ±: Biographia Literaria,
vol. © , pp. ·“.
·° Ibid., p. ±± (emphasis added).
·± Ibid., p. °.
· Schelling, System, p. .
· Johann Gottlieb Fichte, Introductions to the Wissenschaftslehre and Other
Writings, ±··“±°°, ed. and trans. Daniel Breazeale (Indianapolis/
Cambridge: Hackett, ±), p. .
· See Fichte, Science of Knowledge, p. ±µ. To Fichte, the problem of knowledge
will be solved when the division between the self and its converse, the not-
self, can be seen to be resolved in the principle that ˜[t]he not-self is itself a
product of the self-determining self, and nothing at all absolute, or posited
outside the self ™, and that the realisation of this principle (which would mean
an intellectual intuition) can only be achieved practically.
·µ See Schelling, System, p. ±.
· Ibid., pp. µ“.
·· Ibid., pp. °“±.
· Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling, Ideas for a Philosophy of Nature as
Introduction to the Study of This Science, nd edn, trans. Errol E. Harris and Peter
Heath (Cambridge University Press, ±), p. . Thus, eternal knowing
produces three unities, or the ˜three potencies of Nature-philosophy [ . . . ]
the universal structure of the world [ . . . ] universal mechanism [. . . and] organism
[ . . . ]™ (p. µ±).
· Schelling, System, p. ·.
° Ibid., p. .
± Kant, Critique of Pure Reason, p. .
 Coleridge, Notebooks, vol. © , note µ.
 Coleridge, Aids to Re¬‚ection, p. .
 See Schelling, System, p. ·: ˜absolute freedom is identical with absolute
necessity™.
µ Coleridge, Aids to Re¬‚ection, p. .
 Ibid., p. .
· Coleridge, The Friend, vol. ©, p. ±.
 Coleridge, Lay Sermons, p. ±.
 Coleridge, The Friend, vol. © , p. ·.
° Ibid., p. 
± Coleridge, [˜On First Postulates in Philosophy™], Shorter Works, vol. ©,
p. ··µ.
 Coleridge, [˜On the Will™], Shorter Works, vol. © , pp. ···“°.
 Reid (˜Coleridge and Schelling™) claims that Coleridge moves away from a
correspondence theory of truth after Biographia (and thus from the purely
˜binary™ dialectic of subject and object in Schelling) and towards a
Trinitarian-based polarity in which the human will exists ¬nitely, and a
Notes to pages ±“° µ±
prothetic ˜Will is the ground of the Trinity, but [ . . . ] has no existence other
than in its existence as the Trinity [ . . . ]™ (p. ·). It remains to be explained,
however, how Coleridge can be said to have embraced a holistic or relational
view of truth while he maintains that there is such a ground of reality.
 Coleridge, The Friend, vol. © , pp. ±µµ“.
µ Coleridge, Aids to Re¬‚ection, p. ±·.
 Coleridge, The Friend, vol. © , p. ±µ·.
· Schopenhauer, World as Will, vol. ©© , p. µ·.
 Kant, Critique of Pure Reason, p. .
 Coleridge, Lectures on Philosophy, p. .
±°° Ibid., p. °.
±°± Coleridge, Notebooks, vol. © , note µ.
±° Schopenhauer, World as Will, vol. © , p. .
±° Muirhead, Coleridge as Philosopher, pp. “.
±° See Gerald McNiece, The Knowledge that Endures: Coleridge, German Philosophy
and the Logic of Romantic Thought (Macmillan, ±), p. µ. Coleridge™s pro-
gression as a thinker, McNiece argues, follows that of post-Kantian ideal-
ism, culminating in Hegelianism, but ˜all the time professing an abiding alle-
giance to Kant™. Perkins claims that Coleridge™s ˜dialectical thinking™ means
that ˜his thought has more in common with Hegel™ (ibid., p. ·). Charles
De Paolo™s Coleridge: Historian of Ideas (University of Victoria, ±) and
James McKusick™s Coleridge™s Philosophy of Language (Yale University Press,
±) have traced dialectical method through Coleridge™s theories of history
(p. ±) and language (p. ) respectively. For a general appraisal of the func-
tion of dialecticism in Romanticism, see Abrams, Natural Supernaturalism,
pp. ±·“.
±°µ See Wheeler, ˜Coleridge™s Theory of Imagination™.
±° Ren´ Wellek, Immanuel Kant in England, p. °.
e
±°· Ibid., p. .
±° Arthur O. Lovejoy, ˜Coleridge and Kant™s Two Worlds™, Essays in the History
of Ideas (New York: George Braziller, ±µµ), p. ·.
±° Most notably, Thomas McFarland, whose main purpose in Coleridge
and the Pantheist Tradition was to defend the ˜organic unity™ of the
Coleridgean corpus (p. xxxvii). More recently, Perkins has identi¬ed the
˜Logos™ as ˜the unifying factor of Coleridge™s “system” ™ (Coleridge™s Philosophy,
p. ).
±±° For a discussion of ˜the Romantic, as opposed to the Idealist, view of the
post-Kantian situation™, see Andrew Bowie, Aesthetics and Subjectivity: from
Kant to Nietzsche (Manchester University Press, ±°), ch. .
±±± Coleridge™s translation.
±± Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Marginalia, eds. George Whalley and H. J.
Jackson.,  vols. to date (Princeton University Press, ±°“ ), vol. © © ©,
pp. ·“.
±± Coleridge, Logic, p. ±.
±± Fichte, Science of Knowledge, pp. ±±±“±.
µ Notes to pages °“±±
±±µ See, for example, Coleridge, Lectures on Philosophy, vol. © © , pp. µµ“:
Coleridge describes desynonymy of language as ˜an organ and vehicle of
thought™, in which the duty of the philosopher is ˜to aid and complete
this process as his subject demands [ . . . ]™. For an exploration of desyn-
onymy and its relation to Coleridge™s aesthetic and political theory, see Paul
Hamilton, Coleridge™s Poetics.
±± See Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling, The Philosophy of Art, ed. and
trans. Douglas W. Stott (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, ±),
p. ±·: Schelling notes the idealist™s perennial problem of particularity: how
can ˜a principle that is in and for itself absolutely one and simple [ . . . ] pass
over into multiplicity and differentiation™? His conclusion is based on the
view that ˜the universe is structured in two directions corresponding to the
two unities within the absolute™, which are together ˜essentially one™ (ibid.,
p. °±).
±±· Coleridge, The Friend, vol. ©, p. ·.
±± Coleridge, Notebooks, vol. © , note µ.
±± Coleridge, Marginalia, vol. ©©© , p. .
±° Coleridge, Aids to Re¬‚ection, p. ±·µ.
±± Ibid., p. ±°.
± Ibid., pp. ±°“±.
± Hegel, Phenomenology of Spirit, p. .
± Ibid., pp. ±“.
±µ Ibid., p. .
± Coleridge, Aids to Re¬‚ection, p. ±°.
±· Hegel, Phenomenology of Spirit, p. ±±. See also: George Wilhelm Friedrich
Hegel, Hegel™s Philosophy of Right, trans. T. M. Knox (Oxford: Clarendon
Press, ±µ), p. : ˜The method whereby, in philosophic science, the con-
cept develops out of itself [ . . . ] is a purely immanent progress, the engen-
dering of its determinations. Its advance is not effected by the assertion
that various things exist and then by the application of the universal to
extraneous material of that sort culled from elsewhere.™
± Coleridge, Biographia Literaria, vol. © , p. .
± Dewey, Quest for Certainty, pp. ±°-±.

 ®¬µ ©® : ¬©¦ · ©  µ  «®· ¬¤§
± Hume, ˜The Sceptic™, Essays, p. ±°.
 Hume, Enquiries, p. ±µ.
 Charles and Mary Lamb, Letters, vol. © , p. ±.
 Jacobi, Main Philosophical Writings, p. µµ.
µ Schelling, History, p. ±µ.
 Jacques Derrida, The Truth in Painting, trans. Geoff Bennington and Ian
McLeod (University of Chicago Press, ±·), p. .
· Coleridge, Biographia Literaria, vol. ©© , p. ±.
 Coleridge, Aids to Re¬‚ection, pp. µ·, µ.
Notes to pages ±“±µ µ
 See James A. Notopolous, The Platonism of Shelley: A Study of Platonism and
the Poetic Mind (Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, ±),
pp. ±“ and H. B. de Groot, ˜The Ouroboros and the Romantic
Poets: A Renaissance Emblem in Blake, Coleridge, and Shelley™, English
Studies µ° (±), µµ“. Abrams (Natural Supernaturalism, pp. ±“) dis-
cusses the symbol™s meaning to the Romantics in light of its origins in Plato,
Proclus, Plotinus and Boehme.
±° Coleridge, Logic, p. °°.
±± Hazlitt, ˜Coriolanus™, Works, vol. , p. ·.
± Schelling, History, p. ±µ.
± Quine, ˜Epistemology Naturalized™, p. ·.
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Abrams, M. H., , , ° Bacon, Francis, °“±, °, ±
absolute will, ±·, ±°, ±± Barrell, John, ·
abstraction, ± Barresi, John, 
and Stewart, µ Bate, Jonathan, ±°, 
in Berkeley, ±±°“±± Beattie, James, µ, 
in Hazlitt, , ±°, ±°, ±±°“±, ±, ±“µ, beauty, ±, ±, µ, µ, ·, ±°, ±°·
±µ“, ±, ±±, ±. See also Hazlitt in Coleridge, ±µ, ±
in Hume, ±±° in Kant, ±
in Locke, ±±° Bentham, Jeremy, , ·, , µ
acceptance / acknowledgement, ±, ·, ±, Berkeley, George, ±°“±±
±·, ± Berlin, Isaiah, ·
Addison, Joseph, µ, ±,  Bewell, Alan, ·, °
Albrecht, W. P., ±°µ Bloom, Harold, ±
Alison, Archibald, ·“ Bollingbroke, Lord. See St. John
anti-Caledonianism, ·,  Bonjour, Lawrence, ±µ
appearance, ±± Bourke, Richard, ±
in Kant, ±·° Bowie, Andrew, ±, ±, ±·
argument, , , , ±, , , ±µ, ±·±, ±°, ±±, Bromwich, David, ±
±, ± Burke, Edmund, “µ, ·, , , ±°·, µ
in Wordsworth, , µ, ±° Burnett, James, 
repression of, ±, ±µ, ·, ±°
transcendental, ±, ·°, ±±µ“±·, ±±, ±, Campbell, George, µ, µµ
±, ±µ“, ±µ°, ±µ“, ±·, ±·, ±, Carnap, Rudolf, ±µ°, ±µ±
°, ±, µ, µ. See also Coleridge; causation
and justi¬cation, ±°, ±, ±µ·
Kant
association, µ°“µ, ±, ±°, ±, in Hume, ±±°
±° Cavell, Stanley, ±, ±·, ±, ·, ±, ±
and Coleridge, ±, ± Chandler, James, ·
in Alison, · Chisholm, Roderick, , ±µ
in Gerard,  Christensen, Jerome, ±
in Hazlitt, ±“°, ± cogito, 
in Hobbes, µ· Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, , ±, ±µ, ±, ·°,
in Hume, °, °, ±±± ·±, , ±°, ±, ±·, ±“°·, ±±, ±,
in Locke,  µµ
in Tucker, ± Aids to Re¬‚ection, , ±·, ±, ±, °“
in Wordsworth, , “° and desynonymy, °
autonomy, aesthetic, , , ··, · and dialectic, ±µ, ±“·µ, °±“
in Coleridge, ±·± and faith, ±µ
in Hazlitt, ±· and rationalism, ±µ“
Ayer, A. J., ±µ± and transcendental argument, ±µ“,
Ayers, Michael, ° ±µ“

·
·
Index
and voluntarism, ±µ, ±“°° Descartes, Ren´ , ±
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Biographia Literaria, , , ±, ±, ±µ“, ±°, Dewey, John, ±
± dialectic, ±, ±·, ±µ, ±µ
and hermeneutics, ±
˜Essays on the Principles of Genial
Criticism™, ±“· in Coleridge, ±µµ, ±··, ±·, ±·, ±°, ±±,
Lectures on Literature, ±µ ±, ±, ±µ, °°, ±, µµ
Lectures on Philosophy, ±·, ±µ, ±, ±“°° in Fichte, ±, °, µ
Logic, ±µ, ±, ±·, °, ±±“± in Hegel, µ
˜On Poesy or Art™, ± in Levinson, ±
Statesman™s Manual, ±, ±· in Wordsworth, ·, ·, °, °, , ±°, ±°,
Table Talk, µµ ±
The Friend (±±), ±, ±“·µ, ±°, ± Dicker, Georges, 
commodi¬cation, , · disinterestedness, ±°·
commonsensism, , , ±° in Coleridge, ±
in Hazlitt, , ±“µ, ±°, ±, ±, ±·, in Hazlitt, ±±µ, ±±, ±±·, ±°
±° in Kant, ±
in Hume,  doubleness, Romantic, ±, ±, ·
in Reid, “µ°, , ±° Dryden, John, µ, °
in Shaftesbury, , · Duff, William, “µ
confrontation vs. conversation, , ±±, ±,
±, ° Eagleton, Terry, 
contingency, , , , ±°±, ±, ± egoism, ±±, ±±·
Cooke, Michael, ,  Elridge, Richard, ±, ±, , µ°, ·, , ±µ
Cooper, Anthony Ashley, , ±, , , , empiricism, , ±°, ±, ±µ, °, , ·“µ, , µ°,
· µ, µµ, ±, , ·±, ±, ±µ, ±°
copyright law, · and association. See association
corpuscularianism, ±°, ±±° and Coleridge, ±µ, ±, ±, ±, ±,
creation / creativity, “±±, ±, ±µ, , , ·, , ±·, ±·, ±, ±, ±, ±µ, °, °µ,
, °, ±, , , , ·, ·, ··, ±µ°, ±µ, ±±, ±
±, ±° and commonsensism. See commonsensism
and Stewart, µ and inner sense. See sense, inner
in Burke, , µ and logical positivism, ·, , ±µ±
in Coleridge, ±µ, ±, ±·, ±µ°, ±µµ, ±µ, and representative realism, ·, , °, ,
±µ, ±µ, ±·, ±·µ, ±°, ±µ, ±, ±, ±°, , 
±±, ±, ±, ±, ±·, °±, °, °µ, °, in Burke, µ, 
°·, ±±, ± in Hazlitt, ±°µ, ±°, ±°·, ±°, ±°, ±±, ±±,
in Hazlitt, , ±°µ, ±°·, ±°, ±±, ±±, ±°, ±±, ±±, ±°, ±±, ±, ±, ±°, ±±, ±,
±µ, ±°, ±±, ±, ±µ, ±, ±, ±±, ± ±, ±·, ±, ±°, ±
in Kant, ±µ°, ±·, ±°, ±µ in Hazlitt and Wordsworth, µ“·
in Quine, ·µ in Wordsworth, ·, ·, ··, °, , µ, ,
in Reid,  ±°°, ±°±, ±°, ±°, ±±
in Wittgenstein, ± Engell, James, ±µ, 
in Wordsworth, , ·±, ·, ··“°, ±, , ·, epistemology, ±, , µ, , ±µ, ±, ±, °, , ·,
, µ, , ±°°, ±°±, ±°, ±± , ·°, ·µ, ··, µ, ±°, ±µ±, ±, ±, ±,
°·, ±
Romantic vs. eighteenth-century theories of,
·, µ,  death of, ±±
in Coleridge, ±·, ±, °·
D™Israeli, Isaac, · in Hazlitt, ±°, ±±, ±°, ±°, ±±
Davenant, William, µ in Spinoza, ±
Davidson, Donald, µ, , ±±, ±±, ±µ, ± in Wordsworth, , ±°
De Paolo, Charles, 
De Quincey, Thomas, ±°, ±±, ±°± faith, ±·
deconstruction, ±±, , ±±·, ±± in Bacon, ±
Dennis, John, , , µµ, µµ in Coleridge, ±, ±µ, ±··, ±·, ±°, ±, ±,
Derrida, Jacques, ±± ±, ±·, °·
· Index
Hartley, David, µ°“µ, ±·, ±, ±, ±±
faith (cont.)
in Jacobi, ±·, , ±µ, ±, ±±, ±° Hartman, Geoffrey, , ·, ·
in Kant, ± Hazlitt, William, , , ·°, , ±±, ±°µ“,
in Wordsworth, , · ±µ, ±, °
Ferguson, Adam, µ, µ on Madame de Sta¨ l, ±±“±, ±
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Ferguson, Francis, · ˜Mind and Motive™, ±, ±·
Fichte, J. G., ±, ±·±, ±, ±, ±, ° ˜On Abstract Ideas™, ±±
¬guration, , ±±“±, ±µ, ·, , µ, ±µ, ±µ, ˜On Genius and Common Sense™, ±, ±,
±µ, ±±, ± ±, ±, ±
in Hazlitt, ±°· on Locke™s Essay, ±±
Fischer, Michael,  ˜On Novelty and Familiarity™, ±°
Fogelin, Robert,  ˜On Poetry in General™, ±·, ±
formalism, ±·° ˜On Reason and the Imagination™, ±,
foundationalism, , µ, , ±µ, ±, ±, °, , , ±
, ·°, ·±, ··, ±, ±µ, ±µ, ±±, ±µ, °, ˜On the Pleasure of Painting™, ±
±, ± ˜On the Prose Style of Poets™, ±, ±°·
and coherentism, , , ±µ, ±··, ±, ° ˜On the Question whether Pope was a Poet™,
and Dewey, °· ±µ
in Coleridge, ±·, ±·, ±, ±°, °, °, ˜Originality™, ±°, ±
°, ° ˜Paragraphs on Prejudice™, ±°
in Hazlitt, ±±, ±±, ±±·, ±, ±, ±, ±, ˜Prejudice™, ±, ±°
±±, ± ˜Remarks on the Systems of Hartley and
in Kant, ±·, ±± Helvetius™, ±±·, ±“
in Reid,  on Shelley™s Posthumous Poems, ±
in Wordsworth, ·, °, , °, ±°°, ±°± ˜The Indian Jugglers™, ±µ
justi¬catory and epistemic, “ ˜The Spirit of Philosophy™, ±°
and abstraction, , ±°“°
Kantian. See Kant
Frege, Gottlob, ±, ±µ± and association, ±“°
Fulford, Tim, ° and commonsensism, , ±“
and faculty psychology, ±°“
genius, , , , °, , , , , µ“·°, and immanent idealism, ±°, ±±, ±, ±°,
±°°, ±°, µµ, µ ±·
and imitation, µ“µ and innatism, ±°“
and innatism, µ·“µ and intuition, ±“°
and invention, µ“ and Kant, ±“
and originality, µ and power, ±°“, ±°“
in Addison, µ and practical reason, ±±“±
in Coleridge, ±µµ, ±·, ±µ and prejudice, ±“°
in Hazlitt, ±“°, ± and transcendental argument, ±±µ“±·, ±±
in Kant, ±·, ±·°, ±µ, ±° Essay, ·, ±°·, ±±µ“±·, ±, ±µ
in Reid,  Grammar, ±±“±µ
in Wordsworth, ·, ±, °, µ, , ±°°, Lectures on English Philosophy, ±±
±°± on art and originality, ±“°
Scottish, “ on painting, ±±“°, ±
Gerard, Alexander, , µ, µ, “µ, , ±, Preface, Light of Nature Pursued, ±±, ±,
± ±
and Kant,  Prospectus, , ±°, ±±, ±·, ±±, ±
Grayling, A. C., ±± Hegel, G. W. F., µ, ±, ±·±, ±·, ±·µ, ±··, ±°,
Guyer, Paul, ±°, ±±, ±,  ±±, ±µ, °±, °, °µ, °, µ
Heidegger, Martin, ±
habit, µ, °, ±°· Hipple, Walter, Jr., µ
in Hazlitt, ±±·, ± Hobbes, Thomas, “, °, µ
in Wordsworth,  Hodgson, John, 
Hamilton, Paul,  Home, Henry, µ
·µ
Index
Hume, David, , µ, , ±, , , °“, , innatism, , ·°, µ
µ“µ, ·, °, , ±±°, ±, ±, ±µ, ±±, and Hazlitt, ±°“
±, ±·µ, ±··, °±, ±°, ± inspiration, ·“·, µ, ±°
Enquiries, µ, ° in Bacon, °“±
Treatise, “±, µ±, , ±· in Puttenham, ·“, 
Humean / inhuman, ·, , °, ± in Shaftesbury, ±“
Hume™s Fork, , ±, ±±, ±µ°, ±µ± in Sidney, “°
and fact / value division, , , µ, ±±, ±, ±·, in Wordsworth, 
, °“, , , ·±, ·“··, ·, , , intuition, µ, ±µ°, ±, ±·, ±°, ±
±°±, ±°·, ±°, ±±µ, ±, ±, ±µ, ±µ±, ±µ, in Coleridge, ±°
±·, ±·µ, °, ± in Hazlitt, ±±
and meaning, ±± in Kant, ±
Hutcheson, Francis, µ“, µ, ±±µ in Shaftesbury, 
intellectual, ±·, ±µµ, ±µ, ±, ±µ, ±,
±·±, ±·, ±·, ±µ, ±, ±, ±, ±µ,
idealism
absolute, ±°, ±·. See also Coleridge °
invention, °, , , ·
immanent. See Hazlitt
transcendental, ±±µ, ±µ°, ±°, ±±, ±, ±·, in Wordsworth, 
±µ, °° irony, , ±, , ±·, ±·±,
imagination, ·, , ±, , °, , µ, , , in Coleridge, ±·
± in Hume, 
and Johnson, 
and Stewart,  Jacobi, Friedrich Heinrich, µ, , ±·, °, , ·,
in Alison, · ±, ±°, ±µ, ±, ±, °
in Burke,  James, William, ±°, ±, ±±, °·
in Coleridge, ±µ, ±, ±·µ, ±· Jeffrey, Francis, 
in Duff,  Johnson, Samuel, 
in Gerard, , , µ Johnston, Kenneth, ·±
in Hazlitt, ±±, ±±·, ±°“, ±±, ±µ judgement
in Hobbes,  aesthetic, ±, ±·, ±
in Hume, °, ±±°, ±±±, ±± re¬‚ective, ±, ±µ
in Kant, ±·
in Lamb,  Kallich, Martin, µ±
in Reid, ,  Kames, Lord. See Home
in Tucker, ± Kant, Immanuel, ±, ±µ, , µ°, ·°, , ±°, ±°,
in Warton,  ±±µ, ±±, ±±, ±°, ±, ±µ, ±, ±µ, ±µµ,
in Wordsworth, ±“, , ±°, ±µ ±µ·, ±µ, ±°, ±±, ±, ±, ±, ±, ±·°,
imitation, , µ, µ, µ, · ±·±, ±·, ±·, ±°, ±±, ±µ, ±, ±·, ±,
in Burke, µ ±±, ±, ±, ±“°
in Kant, µ· and synthesis a priori, ±“µ
indifference, ±“µ, , ±, ±µ, ±·, ±, °, , , and transcendental argument, ±°“±,
·°, ±, ±µ, ±, ±·, ±, °± ±·“
and knowledge, ±·, , , , , ±°, ±±°, and transcendental idealism, ±°“±
±, ±, ±, ±·, ±µ, ±·, ±± Critique of Judgement, ±·“, ±“·°
and life, , ·, ±, ±µ, , , , , ±, ±µ, Critique of Pure Reason, ±“µ±, ±µ, ±
±, ±, ±µµ, ±µ, ±, ±·µ, ±, ±°, °±, ˜Inaugural Dissertation™, ±
° Prolegomena, ±
and unknowing, µ, ±“±, ±°, ±, °, Katz, Jerrold, ±µ
± Keats, John, ±°, °, ·
in Coleridge, ±“, ±µ, ±·, °, °·, Kinnaird, John, µ
° Kipperman, Mark, µ
in Hazlitt, ±°·, ±°, ±, ±°, ± knowledge by acquaintance / by description,
in Schelling, ° ±±
in Wordsworth, ·, °, , , ·, ±° Kuhn, Thomas, , ±
· Index
Lamb, Charles, ±, ·, ±°, , ·, , °, Orsini, Gian, ±µ
µ· Ouroborous, ±±
Leask, Nigel, ±·
Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm, ±, ±µ, ±·, ±, Park, Roy, ±, ±, ·
±·“, ±, µ· Paulin, Tom, ±, ±±µ, ·
Levinson, Marjorie, ±·, ±° Peacock, Thomas Love, 
Locke, John, , , ·“, , µ, °, ±°, ±±°, Perkins, Mary Anne, °, 
±±, ±, µ Perry, Seamus, ±·, 
Lockridge, Laurence,  Pfau, Thomas, , ·, °, ±µµ, ±
logic, global, ±·, ±±“°, ±µ, °± phenomenology, ·, ±, ±, ±
in Schelling, ± philosophy, , µ, ·, , ±°, ±±, ±µ, ±, ±, °, ±,
Lovejoy, A. O., °± , , , ·, , ·±, , ±±, ±, ±·,
Lui, Alan, ± ±±, ±, ±µ, ±, ±·, ±·, ±·µ
Lyotard, Jean-Fran¸ ois,  absolute, ±µ
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and religion, ±, ±°
MacKinnon, D. M.,  and theosophy, ±·“°
Mahoney, John,  and Wordsworth, ±°°
Marin, Raymond,  Anglophone, , µ, ±, ±“, “µ, ·“·,
materialism, µ, ·± ±µ±
and Hazlitt, ±°·, ±± epistemology, ±·µ
in Hartley, ±·, ± in Wordsworth, ·
McFarland, Thomas, ±µ, ±µ,  moral, , ±, ·, ±°·, ±±±
McGann, Jerome, ° para-, ·, ±°, ±, ±·, ±, ±µ, ±, ±·±,
McKusick, James,  ±·, ±·, ±, °, °, °, ±
McNiece, Gerald, °,  Plato, , , °, ±, ±°
Mill, John Stuart, ·µ, ·, ±± Platonism, , ·, , , °, ±, , ±, ±°,
±µ
Monboddo, Lord. See Burnett, James
More, Henry, µ· pleasure, ±
Mounce, H. O.,  Plotinus, ±·
Muirhead, John, ±·, ° power, ±µ, , , ·, ±µ
Mulvihill, James, · in Burke, µ
in De Quincey, ±°, µµ
Natarajan, Uttara, ±°·, ±±, ±, · in Hazlitt, ±, ±°, ±°·, ±°, ±±±, ±±, ±±, ±±µ,
naturalism, ±µ, , , , ·±, ·, ·, , ±, ±°, ±±, ±, ±°“, ±, ±, ±·, ±,
±, ±µ±, ° ±“, ±
in Hazlitt, ± in Hume, ±°
in Hume, ,  in Reid, , ±
in Quine,  in Wordsworth, °, ·“±°±, ±
in Reid, µ, , , ° Pradhan, S. V., ±°
in Wordsworth,  pragmatism, ±°, ±µ
Naturphilosophie, ±·· prejudice
Neoclassicism, , µ, , °, · in Burke, ·, ±±
New Scepticism, ±µ in Hazlitt, ±, ±“°, 
Nietzsche, Friedrich, µ, ±·µ, · projectivism, ±±
noumena / phenomena, ±±µ, ±, ±µ, ±°, in Hazlitt, ±µ
±, ±·°, ±°, ±, ±·, ±±, ±, °, ° propaedeutic, epistemology as, ±, ±, ±·
prose and poetry, , ±°, ±±, ±, , µ, ±°·, ±°,
organicism, µ, ° ±±, ±, ±°, ±
in Coleridge, µ, , ±µ, ±, ±·, ±·, ±·, psychology, ±, , , , ±°, ±, ±°
±° in Hazlitt, ±°“
in Gerard,  in Kant, ±µ±
in Wordsworth, µ, ± in Quine, ±µ
originality,  public / people, ·, ··“°, ±, ·, µ, , ±°±,
in Hazlitt, ±°, ±“ ±°, ±
in Kant, µ· Puttenham, George, “
··
Index
Quine, W. V., , , ·“·, ±°, ±±, ±µ, ± spontaneity, ·, ·, , ±, °
in Coleridge, ±µ, ±, ±±
Rajan, Tilottama, , ±±, · in Hazlitt, ±±
rationalism, ±, ±µ, ±, ± in Wordsworth, ·µ, °“µ, ±
in Coleridge, ±±“, ± St. John, Henry, µ
in Kant, ±· Stephen, Leslie, ·°
reason, practical, ±µ, ±, ±°, ±, ± Stewart, Dugald, °, µ“, ·°
in Coleridge, ±±“, ±µ“ subject / object, , µ°, ±±, ±, ±, ±µ, ±,
in Hazlitt, ±°·, ±±“±·, ±, ± ±·±, ±·µ, ±, °
in Hume, ±±± subjectivity, 
in Kant, ±µµ, ±µ“, °° in Wordsworth, , ±°, ±°
re¬‚exivity, ±, , ±µ sublime, ±, “, µ, ±°
Reid, Nicholas,  in Alison, , ·
Reid, Thomas, , “µ°, ±°, ±, ±·, ° in Burke, µ“
religion, ±µ, ±, ·, ±µ·, ±·, ±·, ±·, ±°, ±, in Dennis, “
±°, ±±, ° in Wordsworth, ·, , ±°
in Coleridge, µµ synthesis a priori, ±µ, , , ±, ±µ, ±°, ±··,
Reynolds, Joshua, µµ ±·, ±µ, ±·, ±µ, °·
Robertson, Abram,  and Anglophone philosophy, ±µ±“µ
Rorty, Richard, , µ, , ±, ±, , , · in Coleridge, ±±, ±
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques,  in Kant, ±“µ
Russell, Bertrand, ±±
Rymer, Thomas, µµ, ° teleology, ±, ±·, ±, ±µ, °°
and Wordsworth, 
salto mortale, ±, ±µ, ±µ. See also Jacobi Temple, William, °
scepticism, ±, , ·, , ±°, ±, ±, ±, ±·, , , Tooke, John Horne, ±±, ±±
, µ, , ·, , ±±, ±±µ, ±±, ±±·, ±, truth, poetic, ±µ
±, ±, ±, ±µ, ±, ±, ±µ°, ±µµ, ±µ·, in Shaftesbury, 
±±, ±, ±·°, ±·µ, ±·, ±, °, °, ±, in Wordsworth, ±±, , ·±, ·, ·, °, , °,
±, ± , , µ, ±°, ±±
and transcendental argument, ±° Tucker, Abraham, ±±±, ±°, ±±, µ
and Wordsworth, ±°± Two Dissertations (±·), 
Schelling, F. W. J. von, ±µ, ±µµ, ±µ, ±µ, ±,
±µ, ±, ±·±, ±·, ±·µ, ±·, ±·, ±°, ±, utilitarianism, ·, , °, , ·, , °, ,
±, ±°, ±“µ, ±, °±, °, °, °, ±
°, ±°, ±
Schiller, J. C. F., ±·± Vallins, David, ·°
Schlegel, Friedrich, ±, ±µ, ±· voluntarism
Schneider, Elizabeth,  in Coleridge, ±··, ±·, ±, ±, ±°“°±,
Schopenhauer, Arthur, ±·µ, ±·, ±, µ °, °, °·
secondary qualities, µ, 
Sellars, Wilfrid, ±±, ±± Warton, Joseph, 
sense, inner, µ“,  Wellek, Ren´ , °
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serpent, ¬gure of, , ±·, ±µ, ±± Wheeler, Kathleen, , ±, , ±·, ±°, °,
Shaffer, Elinor,  ·±
Williams, Bernard, 
Shaftesbury, Third Earl of. See Cooper
Sharpe, William, µ·“µ, ° Williams, Michael, ±µ
Shelley, Percy Bysshe, , ±±, , ±± Willich, A. F. M., ±°, ±±, ±±
Sidney, Philip, “°, ±, , , µ wisdom, , , ±°, ±, °±
Skolimowski, Henry, ·· in Coleridge, ±··, ±°“, °°
Smith, Adam, µµ, · Wittgenstein, Ludwig, °, ±, , , ±, ±°°,
Smith, Norman Kemp,  ±, ±µ, ±
Sosa, Ernest, , ±µ Wolff, Christian, ±
Spinoza, Benedictus de, ±µ, ±·, ±µ, ±·, ±°, Wolff, Robert, ±°
µ Wood, Robert, µ
· Index
Wordsworth, William, ·, , µ, , , ·±“±°, and power, ·“±°±
±°µ, ±°, ±°·, ±±, ±±, ±, ±, ±, ±, and spontaneity, ·, °“µ
±·, °, ± Preface (±±µ), “, “±°±
˜Essay on Morals™,  Preface to Lyrical Ballads, ±°, ±, ·“°,
˜Essay™ (±±µ), ··, · “µ, , ·“°, 
˜The Sublime and the Beautiful™, ·“ ˜Reply to “Mathetes” ™, 
and association, “· The Prelude (±°µ), ·, 
and imagination, ±“
and pleasure, ·“° Young, Edward, µ, µ·, °, , ·, µ
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 Romantic Austen: Sexual Politics and the Literary Canon
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µ° Byron and Romanticism
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µ Byron, Poetics and History
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µ Fatal Women of Romanticism
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µµ Knowledge and Indifference in English Romantic Prose
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