By Julian the Apostate

ISBN-10: 162539988X

ISBN-13: 9781625399885

Julian the Apostate, the final pagan emperor of Rome, wrote opposed to the Galileans as a feedback of Christianity.

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283). 28 JONATHAN WORDSWORTH It may be significant that those who view the primary imagination as secondary seem never to have approached the definitions by way of the period in which Coleridge's thinking was originally formed. They come via the Germans who Coleridge was scarcely aware of until the end of 1798, and whom he made no attempt to come to terms with until 1801. Because German metaphysics supplied so much copy for the later Coleridge, and so many of the niceties of his thinking, they assume that everything is there - or at least, everything of importance.

Does not their consciously evocative language in fact invite us to read associatively and with an awareness of differing possibilities? There can be no doubt that the primary is, as Engell terms it, the 'necessary imagination' - the power that enables us to interpret the evidence of the senses, make the other kind of sense of our surroundings. But does it do merely that? May not 'the supreme Power and prime Agent of all human Perception' enable us to perceive God as well as 'the routine world .

E. always] interesting as a Word, a Symbol! It is Logos, the Creator! (CN, II, 2546). The Logos, or Creator, or Christ, within man, offers a symbolic correspondence that forever exists between man and the natural world. Clearly it is another definition of the primary imagination; and clearly the new abstract Trinitarianism has not prevented Coleridge's pantheist yearnings for oneness with the God in Nature from finding expression.

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