6 edition of The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge found in the catalog.
July 2005 by IndyPublish.com .
Written in English
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If it mean the 'light that lighteth every man that cometh into the world', it is an inapt term; for reason is supernatural. He has none of the fictitious realities of the classics, none of the grotesquenesses of chivalry, none of the allegory of the middle ages; there is no sectarianism either of politics or religion, no miser, no witch, — no common witch,— no astrology — nothing impermanent of however long duration; but he stands like the yew-tree in Lorton vale, which has known so many ages that it belongs to none in particular; a living image of endless self-reproduction, like the immoral tree of Malabar. Enjoy Ib. Learn how and when to remove this template message Coleridge also worked briefly in Shropshirewhere he came in December as locum to its local Unitarian minister, Dr Rowe, in their church in the High Street at Shrewsbury. In he won the Browne Gold Medal for an Ode that he wrote on the slave trade.
It was procured, Mr. The very Alchemists lag behind. He has the wit of the southern with the deeper inwardness of the northern genius. Ignorance unnecessarily enlarges the sphere of these: but a sphere there is,--facts of mind and cravings of the soul there are,--in which the wisest man seeks help from the indefinite, because it is nearer and more like the infinite, of which he is made the imagefor even we are infinite, even in our finiteness infinite, as the Father in his infinity. Prayer is faith passing into act; a union of the will and the intellect realizing in an intellectual act. But Calvinistic Methodism?
I begin to fear that Hooker is not suited to my nature. The Friend was an eclectic publication that drew upon every corner of Coleridge's remarkably diverse knowledge of law, philosophy, morals, politics, history, and literary criticism. What a damper to all interest is a list of native East Indian merchants! Whether another and different superstructure may be raised on the same foundation, or whether the same edifice is susceptible of important alteration, is another question.
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But in fact the age was not ripe enough even for a Hooker to feel, much less with safety to expose, the Protestants' idol, that is, their Bibliolatry.
The assertion therefore must be thus qualified. As a result of these factors, Coleridge often failed to prepare anything but the loosest set of notes for his lectures and regularly entered into extremely long digressions which his audiences found difficult to follow.
But there can be no value received by God'Ergo', there can be no covenant between God and man. However, it was the lecture on Hamlet given on 2 January that was considered the The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge book and has influenced Hamlet studies ever since.
Though the productive Wordsworth contributed more poems to the volume, Coleridge's first version of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner was the longest poem and drew more immediate attention than anything else.
If to wish, will, resolve, and attempt to realize, be morally to commit, an action, then must Socinus and Calvin hunt in the same collar. The Kilcrops! No one can appreciate Spenser without some reflection on the nature of allegorical writing.
But to do justice to those works and adequately to appreciate the Author's total mind upon any given point, a cursory perusal is insufficient; study and comprehension are requisite to an accurate estimate of the relative value of any particular denial or assertion; and the apparently desultory and discontinuous form of the observations now presented to the Reader moredesultory and discontinuous form of the observations now presented to the Reader more especially calls for the exercise of his patience and thoughtful circumspection.
Thomas De Quincey alleges in his Recollections of the Lakes and the Lake Poets that it was during this period that Coleridge became a full-blown opium addict, using the drug as a substitute for the lost vigour and creativity of his youth. To what purpose then this windy declamation about John Calvin?
At last, the golden orientall gate Of greatest Heaven gan to open fayre; And Phoebus, fresh as brydegrome to his mate, Came dauncing forth, shaking his deawie hayre; And hurld his glistring beams through gloomy ayre.
James are the 'true cult'. The question is, by what power, his own, or by the free grace of God through Christ, the wicked man is enabled to turn from his wickedness. Soon, however, he was beset by marital problems, illnesses, increased opium dependency, tensions with Wordsworth, and a lack of confidence in his poetic powers, all of which fueled the composition of Dejection: An Ode and an intensification of his philosophical studies.
Or does he know it only by quotations?
Coleridge suffered from constant ridicule by his older brother Frank, partially due to jealousy, as Samuel was often praised and favoured by his parents.
Hooker had far better have rested on the impossibility and the uselessness, if possible, of a faultless translation; and admitting certain mistakes, and oversights, have recommended them for notice at the next revision; and then asked, what objection such harmless trifles could be to a Church that never pretended to infallibility!
And that very period, which the Barrister affirms to have been distinguished by the moral vigor of the great mass of Britons,--was it not likewise the period when this very doctrine was preached by the Clergy fifty times for once that it is heard from the same pulpits in the present and preceding generation?
I have one other question to ask, though it should have been asked before. But Calvinistic Methodism? We know that Trajan, Pliny, Tacitus, the Antonines, Celsus, Lucian and the like,--much more the The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge book thousand philosophers and joke-smiths of Rome,--did both feel and apply all this to the Galilean Sect; and yet--'Vicisti, O Galilaee'!
Without the continuity of succession provided for by this vast and splendid temple, built and arranged under the divine sanction attested by miracles--what criterion would there have existed for the purity of this law and worship?
And if Jehovah should be as courteous as the House of Commons, and acknowledge the jurisdiction of the Courts at Westminster, the pleading might hold perhaps, and the Pentateuch be quashed after an argument before the judges. But why, in the name of common sense, all this endless whoop and hubbub against the Calvinistic Methodists?Littérature The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge ardoe.
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