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Index to the Poetic Enlightenment: Poetry and Human Science, 1650–1820

Index to the Poetic Enlightenment: Poetry and Human Science, 1650–1820

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Index to the Poetic Enlightenment: Poetry and Human Science, 1650–1820, published by Pickering & Chatto as number 26 in the series The Enlightenment World
Index to the Poetic Enlightenment: Poetry and Human Science, 1650–1820, published by Pickering & Chatto as number 26 in the series The Enlightenment World

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INDEX
Aarslef, Hans, 35Addison, Joseph, 6, 19, 20, 23, 25, 78, 115Adorno, Teodor, 124Akenside, Mark, 60
 Pleasures o the Imagination
, 7, 25, 101,106, 114–19Arbuckle, James 105Arendt, Hannah, 125, 159Aristotle, 15, 50, 51, 65, 85, 96, 100, 155,161arts, 18, 43–4, 46, 47–9, 99association o ideas, 59–61, 149authors, 95–7, 98–9
 see also
poetsBalinese, the, 59ballads, 122, 124
 Lyrical Ballads
, 148, 149Preace, 25, 125, 140, 146, 149–50bards, 52, 146–7Batteux, Abbé, 128Bayle, Pierre, 106–7, 118, 119Beattie, James, 29, 39–40, 41
Te Minstrel 
, 121
Teory o Language
, 32belie, 144–5
belles lettres
, 8–9, 45, 55, 127–30, 140Smith on, 17, 44, 53, 127, 128, 137benevolence, 80, 81, 82 86, 111–12, 130Bennington, Geof, 31Berkeley, George, 101Berry, Christopher, xi, 6Bible, 12, 35Blacklock, Tomas, 130Blair, Hugh, 12, 15, 29, 32, 37, 54, 59, 123,124, 128, 142blank verse, 25Boyson, Rowan, xi, 7Brooke, Christopher, 89–90, 91–2Browne, Tomas, 93Bunyan, John, 19Burke, Edmund, 154Burnet, James, Lord Monboddo, 29, 40–1Burton, Robert, 93Butler, Joseph, 80, 82–3, 84, 86Buttereld, Herbert, 98Calvinism, 80Campbell, George, 9, 61, 140, 145
Te Philosophy o Rhetoric 
, 85–6, 147–8Carboni, Pierre, xi, 8–9, 121Carey, Daniel, 911Caron, Philippe, 127Cassirer, Ernst, 90Cavendish, Charles, 63Chandler, James, 123Chinese, 38, 40Clare, John, 121class distinction, 107–8Coleridge, Samuel aylor, 26, 149, 155, 164,167Collier, Jeremy, 136comedy, 18, 97, 98, 99 103common sense, 114compassion,
 see
pityCondillac, Etienne Bonnot de, 13, 29, 30–1,33–7, 38–9
 Essay on the Origin o Human Knowledge
,11–12Connell, Phillip, xi, 6Coryat, Tomas, 96Cowley, Abraham, 24, 25, 26, 65Cowper, William, 101Crane, R. S., 142–3
 
202
Te Poetic Enlightenment: Poetry and Human Science, 1650–1820 
Craword, Robert, 17creativity, 8, 43, 45, 47, 49, 51, 52, 54, 57,102
Critical Review
, 17criticism, 15–19, 97, 98literary, 4, 142, 147, 151–2Davenant and Hobbes, 64–74 Johnson, 15–27Pope, 24, 50cultural relativism, 91Damrosch, Leo, 106Davenant, William, 63–74, 99
Gondibert 
, 6, 64–74de Man, Paul, 31de Staël, Mme, 46, 55Denina, Carlo, 46Derrida, Jacques, 31, 37dialogue, 5, 7, 89–90, 95–6, 99, 101–2, 103Dick, Alexander, 3, 149Diderot, Denis, 13, 37Dix, Robin, 118Donne, John, 23, 26drama, 22, 50, 70–1, 96, 99–100, 102–3,136
 see also
tragedyDryden, John, 22, 24, 26, 99
 Don Sebastian
, 93–4Dubos, Jean–Baptiste, 79, 83duelling, 72, 111, 112Duncan, Ian, 121–2, 125, 144, 152Edinburgh Society, 17Edwards, Tomas, 110empiricism, 15, 21, 32English language, 40, 99Enlightenment, 1, 6, 12–13, 91, 121–5, 127,139historiography, 3, 122–5Scottish, 5–6, 8, 9, 37–42, 81, 87, 121–5,127, 138, 139–42
ennui
, 79enthusiasm, 9, 112–13, 118, 124, 125, 133,154–5, 158, 165–6Epicureanism, 75, 77, 81, 90, 162–3, 166–7epistemology, 3, 4, 31Esprit, Jacques, 77ethics, 106–8ethnography, 59anaticism, 154, 155–6, 160, 163, 164–5Ferguson, Adam, 2, 9, 12, 145, 146–7
 An Essay on the History o Civil Society
, 5,13, 44–57, 140, 146Fielding, Henry
om Jones
, 17Fish, Stanley, 54Fohrmann, Jürgen, 47French Académie, 127French language, 35French Revolution, 9, 153–4, 155, 158, 165Gassendi, Pierre, 63Geertz, Cliford, 59genius, 49–50, 145, 152, 154genre, 123Gerard, Alexander, 17, 20gesture (language o action), 11–12, 33–4,35, 41Goldsmith, Oliver, 26government, 16
 see also
politicsgrammar, 39, 44, 48, 52, 147Grant, Alexander, 129Gray, Tomas, 26`Elegy in a Country Churchyard, 22, 24`Sonnet on the Death o Richard West’,151Greek, 35, 38, 40, 41–2, 43, 48Gri ths, Ralph, 17Gusdor, Georges, 1Hadot, Pierre, 91Harris, James, 29, 41
 Hermes
, 39
Tree reatises
, 101–2Hegel, G. W. F., 167Herder, Johann Gottried, 12, 56, 154Hickey, Alison, 159historicism, 3–4, 5, 41, 55history, 44–7, 57, 59Enlightenment, 3, 122–5Hobbes, Tomas, 6, 60, 63–74, 106Answer to
Gondibert 
, 64, 66–71
 Human Nature
, 77, 82
 Leviathan
, 63, 64, 66, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74,112rontispiece, 69, 70, 73Hölderlin, F., 8
 
 
 Index 
203Home, John, 130Homer, 15, 50, 51, 94, 123Horace, 50, 90, 94–5, 96, 100Horkheimer, Max, 124Howell, W. S., 128Hudson, Nicholas, xi, 4, 12Hughes, Peter, 3human nature / humanity / humankind,1–3, 7–9, 41–2, 61, 146, 147–8,149–50and language, 98–101, 103and morality, 153–6, 157–9, 161
 see
 
 also
‘science o man’humanism, 9, 66Hume, David, 22, 60–1, 75, 83, 148
O the Standard o aste
, 15, 19
O ragedy
, 83
reatise o Human Nature
, 9, 141–2,143–6, 149Hutcheson, Francis, 79, 80, 83, 105, 130
 Essay o the Nature and Conduct 
..., 81
 An Inquiry into the Original o our Ideaso Beauty and Virtue
, 129, 143–5imagination, 2, 3, 7, 25, 64, 67, 129, 143,150and morality, 105–19and sympathy, 59–61 Jafro, Laurent, 92, 93 Jarvis, Simon, 4 Johnson, Samuel, 4, 15–27
 Idler 
, 18
Te Lives o the Most Eminent English Poets
, 16, 23–7Preace to Shakespeare, 16, 19–22, 23,25, 26
 Rambler 
, 16–19, 22, 27
 Rasselas
, 18–19, 26 Jones, om, xi, 4–5, 12, 92 Jonson, Ben, 65Kahn, Victoria, 67Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 20
 Elements o Criticism
, 15, 19, 128–9
 Essays on the Principles o Morality
...,83–5Kant, Immanuel, 8, 9, 125, 153–9, 160–1,164–6Apocalyptic one’, 165–6
Te Confict o the Faculties
, 156
Te Contest o the Faculties
, 160–1, 165
Critique o Judgement 
, 153–4Klein, Lawrence, 94knowledge, 1, 122, 141–2, 160–1and literature, 57 poetry, 3–5, 9, 11–13, 18–19, 35, 122,136, 140La Rocheoucauld, 77, 96, 106La Volpa, Anthony, 163Langan, Celeste, 162language, 2, 3, 4, 147–52, 162o action, 11–12, 33–4, 35, 37–8, 41common, 140and literature, 56origin and development, 12–13, 29–40,59–60 philosophical, 30–3, 37, 103, 144and pleasure, 148, 149and poetry, 23–6, 31, 33, 35–7, 41,98–9, 148–52 prosody, 4–5, 29–42sound, 147
 see also
oratory; rhetoric; speechlanguages, 30, 34–5, 38, 39, 40–2ancient, 13, 40, 59Latin, 35, 38, 40, 41–2, 43, 48, 63Law, William, 136Leavis, F. R., 27letters
 see belles-lettres
; literatureLischitz, Avi, xi, 4literature, 3, 4, 5, 8–9, 146–7, 149, 152historiography, 44–7, 55–7, 98Romantic, 51, 140–1school or, 44–57
 see also belles
-
lettres
; criticism, literary;drama; poetryLocke, John, 21–2, 31, 83, 91, 97
 Essay Concerning Human Understanding 
,116, 118Lowth, Robert, 11, 12Lucretius, 76–7, 78, 87, 133Lupton, Christina, 3Luther, Martin, 154, 163luxury, 114

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