Coleridge and German idealism : a study in the history of philosophy with unpublished materials from Coleridge's manuscripts /

This book aims at providing the answer to one question: what did Coleridge derive from Kant and the post-Kantians in his most productive intellectual period, i.e., from approximately the eighteen-twenties? The question has already been investigated by a number of scholars-Shawcross, Muirhead, Wellek...

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Main Author: Orsini, Gian Napoleone Giordano, 1903-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, [1969]
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Summary:This book aims at providing the answer to one question: what did Coleridge derive from Kant and the post-Kantians in his most productive intellectual period, i.e., from approximately the eighteen-twenties? The question has already been investigated by a number of scholars-Shawcross, Muirhead, Wellek, Winkelmann, Schrickx and Chinol, in chronological order. Upon their work my book is founded. -Book's Preface
Physical Description:xii, 308 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN:080933562X
9780809335626