Romantic empiricism : poetics and the philosophy of common sense, 1780-1830

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Romantic empiricism : poetics and the philosophy of common sense, 1780-1830

edited by Gavin Budge

(The Bucknell studies in eighteenth-century literature and culture)

Bucknell University Press, c2007

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Includes bibliographical references and index

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"Romantic Empiricism" is a timely collection of essays by established and emerging scholars, which represents a paradigm shift for the study of British Romanticism. The volume challenges the received view that German Idealist philosophy constitutes the main intellectual reference point for British Romantic writers, arguing instead that the tradition of Scottish Common Sense philosophy, largely overlooked by literary scholars, is a significant influence on Romantic thought. The essays in the collection examine a variety of canonical and non-canonical Romantic authors in the light of this fresh interpretative context, ranging from Charlotte Smith and Elizabeth Hamilton to Robert Burns and S. T. Coleridge. The volume is prefaced by a substantial theoretical introduction, which sets out the historical and interpretative case for the relevance of Common Sense philosophy for the study of British Romanticism.

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