Locke, Literary Criticism, and Philosophy

Locke, Literary Criticism, and Philosophy

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Bridges the gap between philosophical and literary-critical discussions of Locke's Essay concerning Human Understanding.... to the soul is regarded by Weiskel as a response to the Lockean view of mind as a fillable but essentially vacant space. ... which postulates the relation between words and things as being neither necessary nor natural but arbitrary ( 14a€”17). ... Weiskel proceeds to document the psychology and structures of the Romantic sublime in which this account is seen to ... Leighton and Weiskel are still operating under the same overarching premise when they make Locke a touchstone ofanbsp;...

Title:Locke, Literary Criticism, and Philosophy
Author: William Walker
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 1994-12-01

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