Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
In approaching the subject of Coleridge's Revolutionary Philosophy, one finds that the scope of the problem necessitates dividing it into different periods. This division is made not for the purpose of classifying Coleridge's ideals within set limitations, but of viewing his philosophy from varying perspectives. Throughout his life, regardless of age, he was a disciple of Liberty. His pursuit of this ideal furnishes the continuity that we seek throughout his political philosophy.
Wood, Jean H., "The Revolutionary Philosophy of Samuel Taylor Coleridge" (1937). Graduate Thesis Collection. Paper 129.