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" He was thought to hold — he alone in England — the key of German and other Transcendentalisms ; knew the sublime secret of believing by the 'reason' what the ' understanding ' had been obliged to fling out as incredible... "
The New Monthly Belle Assemblée - Page 214
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Memoirs of William Wordsworth, Compiled from Authentic Sources; with: With ...

George Searle Phillips - 1852 - 312 pages
...higher than literary, — a kind of prophetic, or magician character. He was thought to hold, — he alone in England, — the key of German and other...profess himself an orthodox Christian, and say and point to the Church of England, with its singular old rubrics and surplices at Allhallowtide, Esto...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 15

Henry Allon - Christianity - 1852
...ascription to him of a magician character; the purring softness of the sneer as to his knowing the secret of believing by the ' reason' what the ' understanding' had been obliged to throw out as incredible ; the bird's-eye view of London, which makes Highgate and Hampstead hills so...
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The Christian Reformer, Or, Unitarian Magazine and Review, Volume 9

Unitarianism - 1853
...of a more investigating and philosophical turn, imagine that, by German aid, they have discovered ' the sublime secret of believing by the reason what...understanding had been obliged to fling out as incredible, and can still,' in spite of all objections of heretic and infidel, ' profess themselves orthodox Christians,...
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Life of Friedrich Schiller (1825): Life of John Sterling (1851) : Two ...

Thomas Carlyle - Authors, English - 1857 - 415 pages
...men, a higher than literary, a kind of prophetic or magician character. He was thought to hold, he alone in England, the key of German and other Transcendentalisms ; knew the sublime secret of believ- / ing by ' the reason' what ' the understanding' had been obliged to ' fling out as incredible...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 15

Henry Allon - Christianity - 1852
...ascription to him of a magician character; the purring softness of the sneer as to his knowing the secret of believing by the ' reason' what the ' understanding' had been obliged to throw out as incredible ; the bird's-eye view of London, which makes Highgate and Hampstead hills so...
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A Book of Memories of Great Men and Women of the Age ...

Samuel Carter Hall - Artists - 1871 - 495 pages
...higher than literary, a kind of prophetic, character. He was thought to hold, he alone in £nglano, the Key of German and other transcendentalisms; knew...reason ' what ' the understanding ' had been obliged to flin£ out as incredible ; and could still, after Hume and Voltaire had done their best ana worst with...
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A Book of Memories of Great Men and Women of the Age: From Personal Acquaintance

Samuel Carter Hall - Artists - 1877 - 495 pages
...literary, a kind of prophetic, character. He was thought to hold, ne alone in England, the key of 11 and other transcendentalisms: knew the sublime secret of believing by 'the reason' what 'the under* I ' bad been obliged to fling out as incredible ; snd could still, after Hume and Voltaire hail...
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Thomas Carlyle: His Life, His Books, His Theories

Alfred Hudson Guernsey - 1879 - 219 pages
...of prophetic or magician character. He was thought to hold, he alone in England, the'Key of German Transcendentalisms ; knew the sublime secret of believing...understanding ' had been obliged to fling out as incredible. A sublime man ; who alone in those dark days had saved his crown of spiritual manhood ; escaping from...
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LESSONS FROM MY MASTERS CARLYLE TENNYSON AND RUSKIN

PETER BAYNE, M.A., LL.D - 1879
...German speculation, and to be himself a man of original and powerful genius, Coleridge nevertheless " could still, after Hume and Voltaire had done their...with him, profess himself an orthodox Christian." Carlyle's chapter on Coleridge is, in literary form, as I may remark in passing, one of the finest...
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Lessons from My Masters, Carlyle, Tennyson and Ruskin

Peter Bayne - English literature - 1879 - 449 pages
...German speculation, and to be himself a man of original and powerful genius, Coleridge nevertheless " could still, after Hume and Voltaire had done their...with him, profess himself an orthodox Christian." Carlyle's chapter on Coleridge is in literary form, as I may remark in passing, one of the finest things...
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