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n Feeling and the Inner World
The Idea of Concreteness
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A. C. Bradley abstract activity actuality analysis analytical Aristotle articulation artistic aspect Bill Smith character cognitive Coleridge communication conception concerned concrete consciousness constitute contrivance convey deal define delineation discipline discriminated distinction dominant emotions emphasis exemplified exhibitive judgment expression Faust feeling function Hegel human idea identified images imagination imply individual inner world integrity J. W. Mackail judging kind knowledge linguistic literary meaning ment metaphysical mode of judgment natural complex Nicanor Parra non-poetic notion novel ontological parity ontological priority painting particular Paul Valery perspective philosophic Plato poem poet poet's poetic judgment poetic language poetic query poetic speech poetic wonder poetry and prose possible qualities question reality regarded relation relevant Santayana scientific sense of prevalence sensory structure T. S. Eliot things tion traits truth unity utterance W. B. Yeats W. H. Auden Whitehead whole words world of fancy