2 edition of Lectures, 1795 found in the catalog.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
|Statement||Samuel Taylor Coleridge ; edited by Lewis Patton and Peter Mann.|
|Series||Bollingen series -- 75., Collected works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- 1|
|Contributions||Patton, Lewis., Mann, Peter H.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxxx, 512 p. :|
|Number of Pages||512|
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Coleridge began in a series of public lectures. This volume includes all the printed and manuscript versions of the Bristol lectures in chronological sequence. Among the contents are "Lectures on Revealed Religion, Its Corruption, and Its Political Views" and "Lecture on the Slave-Trade." Originally published in The text is in a bound volume of transcripts of Coleridge materials in the hand of EHC, entitled on the spine “Lectures and Sermons –6”.
The transcribing was done on ruled paper— folios—and then bound in red marbled boards with red leather corners and back. Coleridge began in a series of public lectures. This volume includes all the printed and manuscript versions 1795 book the Bristol lectures in chronological Lectures.
Among the contents are "Lectures on Revealed Religion, Its Corruption, and Its Political Views" and "Lecture on the Slave-Trade." Originally published in /5(1). Coleridge in Bristol lecturing and politics.
--Six lectures on revealed religion, its corruptions and political views. --A moral and political lecture. --Conciones ad populum: or Addresses to the people. --Lectures on revealed religion, its corruptions and political views. --Lecture on the slave trade. Summary: Coleridge began in a series of public lectures.
This 1795 book includes the printed and 1795 book versions of the Bristol lectures in chronological sequence. It features "Lectures on Revealed Religion, Its Corruption, and Its Political Views" and "Lecture on the Slave-Trade". February–June – Samuel Taylor Coleridge offers a series 1795 book lectures on politics and religion in Bristol (England), as does his friend Robert Southey.
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This article examines Samuel Taylor Coleridge's lectures on politics and religion in From January to FebruaryColeridge gave three political lectures, which were published as A Moral and Political Lecture and Conciones ad Populum.
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Abstract. Coleridge’s earliest political writings developed out of a series of lectures given in Bristol in These lectures were intended to provide a source of funds for the revised pantisocratic scheme, and many of the arguments advanced in them were closely connected to that scheme.
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Wright was brought up in the homes of relatives, including James Milne, a member of Scottish school of progressive philosophers.One of the eighteenth century's greatest mathematicians, Lagrange made significant contributions to all fields of analysis and number theory. He survived the French Revolution to deliver these lectures in at the École Normale, a training school for teachers.