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" I have never yet been able to perceive how any thing can be known for truth by consecutive reasoning — and yet it must be. Can it be that even the greatest philosopher ever arrived at his goal without putting aside numerous objections. However it may... "
Life, Letters, and Literary Remains, of John Keats - Página 51
por John Keats - 1848 - 393 páginas
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...yet been able to perceive how any thing can be known for truth by consequitive reasoning — and yet it must be. Can it be that even the greatest Philosopher...Vision in the form of Youth' a Shadow of reality to come — and this consideration has further convinced me for it has come as auxiliary to another favourite...
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The Other Poetry of Keats

Gerald B. Kauvar - 1969 - 238 páginas
...yet been able to perceive how anything can be known for truth by consequitive reasoning — and yet it must be — Can it be that even the greatest Philosopher...arrived at his goal without putting aside numerous objections?"7 Nevertheless, Keats valued philosophy : he had intended to "ask Hazlitt in about a years...
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John Keats

Walter Jackson Bate - 2009 - 780 páginas
...been able to perceive how any thing can be known for truth by consequitive reasoning— and yet it muM be— Can it be that even the greatest Philosopher...without putting aside numerous objections— However it rnay be, O for a Life of Sensations rather than of Thoughts! Two general premises interweave here....
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The Romantic Age in Prose: An Anthology

Alan W. Bellringer, C. B. Jones - 1980 - 159 páginas
...yet been able to perceive how any thing can be known for truth by consecutive reasoning — and yet it must be. Can it be that even the greatest Philosopher...Vision in the form of Youth' a Shadow of reality to come — and this consideration has further convinced me, — for it has come as auxiliary to another...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volumen53

1884
...can be known for truth by consecutive reasoning, and yet [so] it must be. . . . However it may be, О for a life of sensations rather than of thoughts !...vision in the form of youth,' a shadow of reality to come." A shadow of reality to come! What a light that sentence throws on Keats' aspiration for sensations...
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John Keats

John Barnard, Barnard John - 1987 - 172 páginas
...yet been able to perceive how any thing can be known for truth by consequitive reasoning - and yet it must be - Can it be that even the greatest Philosopher...his goal without putting aside numerous objections. (ibid., i. 184-5) This is not a simple assertion that imaginative truth is superior to rational thinking....
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Great Expectations

Kathy Acker - 1989 - 128 páginas
...never yet been able to perceive how anything can be known for truth by consecutive reasoning— and yet it must be. Can it be that even the greatest philosopher...putting aside numerous objections? However it may be Oh, for a Life of Sensations rather than of Thoughts! Of silks satins quilted satins taken from grandmother's...
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The Argonaut, Volumen5

1875
...outward things for its own sake. " However it may be," he writes in a letter to his friend Bailey, " oh for a life of sensations rather than of thoughts !...in the form of youth ' — a shadow of reality to come ; and this consideration has further convinced me, — for it has come as auxiliary to another...
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Book of the Heart: The Poetics, Letters, and Life of John Keats

Andres Rodriguez, Andrés Rodríguez - 1993 - 240 páginas
...yet been able to perceive how any thing can be known for truth by consequitive reasoning — and yet it must be — Can it be that even the greatest Philosopher...for a Life of Sensations rather than of Thoughts! Although Keats cannot perceive how truth can be known by analysis or reason (since truth for him is...
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Keats the Poet

Stuart M. Sperry - 1994 - 354 páginas
...reasoning," and compares the imagination in its operation to Adam's dream. "However it may be," he goes on, "O for a Life of Sensations rather than of Thoughts!...Vision in the form of Youth' a Shadow of reality to come" (i, 185). To interpret "sensation" as pure intuition of some transcendental reality on the basis...
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