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" Coleridge observed by way of introduction to his subject that "modern thought is distinguished from ancient by its cultivation of the 'relative' spirit in place of the 'absolute. "
Educational Review - Página 344
editado por - 1891
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The Renaissance: Studies in Art and Poetry

Walter Pater - 1980 - 489 páginas
...forth and elaborated in Pater's f1rst published essay, seven years before the date of the Preface: "To the modern spirit nothing is or can be rightly known except relatively and under conditions" — "Coleridge's Writings," Westminster Review, XXIX, ns (January, 1866), 107. On the same page Pater...
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Comparative Criticism: Volume 2, Text and Reader: A Yearbook

Elinor Shaffer - 1980 - 366 páginas
...impact of Pater's relative spirit on the British scene. Again in some aspects Pater's relative spirit ('to the modern spirit nothing is or can be rightly known except relatively under conditions')19 corresponds to Nietzsche's epistemological perspectivism ('1st nicht nothwendig...
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The Realistic Imagination: English Fiction from Frankenstein to Lady Chatterly

George Levine - 1983 - 357 páginas
...31. The connections are there not only in the passage quoted earlier, but in others, such as these: "To the modern spirit nothing is, or can be rightly...known, except relatively and under conditions. The philosophic conception of the relative has been developed in modem times through the influence of the...
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The Nineteenth-century Novel: A Critical Reader

Stephen Regan - 2001 - 573 páginas
...essay on Samuel Taylor Coleridge provide a startling instance of this radically altered disposition: To the modern spirit nothing is, or can be rightly known, except relatively and under conditions . . . Hard and abstract moralities are yielding to a more exact estimate of the subtlety and complexity...
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"Mein Leben zu erleben wie ein Buch": Hermeneutik des Erinnerns bei Hugo von ...

Heike Grundmann - 2003 - 335 páginas
...Erscheinungen gesehen, sondern allein durch ihre momentane Wirkung auf den Betrachter, denn: „To die modern spirit nothing is, or can be rightly known, except relatively and under conditions."82 Das Ich als 'elusive, inscrutable, mistakable seif besitzt seine einzige Rettung in...
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Zeichnung im Dienste der Literaturvermittlung: Moritz Retzschs ...

Viola Hildebrand-Schat - 2004 - 464 páginas
...bestimmbare Erscheinungen gesehen, sondern allein durch ihre momentane Wirkung auf den Betrachter, denn: „To the modern spirit nothing is, or can be rightly known, except relatively and under condmons."82 Das Ich als 'elusive, inscrutable, rmstakable seif besitzt seine einzige Rettung in der...
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The Organisation of Knowledge in Victorian Britain

Martin Daunton, Astor Professor of British History Martin Daunton - 2005 - 424 páginas
...account of literariness in fact extended to all forms of knowledge: 'To the modern spirit', he argued, 'nothing is, or can be rightly known, except relatively and under conditions.' He went on to explain that 'truth' did not mean the 'truth of eternal outlines ascertained once for...
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