T. S. Eliot's Interpretation of F. H. Bradley: Seven Essays

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T. S. Eliot's work as poet and as critic can be seen as a protracted exploration of his engagement with the work of the philosopher F. H. Bradley. The dissertation which Eliot completed in 1916 is the repository of his philosophical investigations up to that time and the source of many of his subsequent ideas. The thesis is not merely an attempt to explicate Bradley's metaphysics, but a critical enterprise involving explicit disagreements as well as qualified assent. While I argue that his expressed disagreements with ...