Samuel Johnson's "general Nature": Tradition and Transition in Eighteenth-century Discourse

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University of Delaware Press, 1999 - 168 من الصفحات
This study illuminates the importance and meaning of the term author in eighteenth-century discourse from the perspective of its prominent usage by Samuel Johnson. It explains Johnson's employment of nature in his periodical essays, his qualified endorsement of the new science, and his commendation of Shakespeare's drama and other literary works on the basis of their just representation of general nature.
 

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Acknowledgments
9
Preface
11
Classical Nature
21
Medieval Nature
36
Nature in EighteenthCentury Discourse
49
Nature and Value in the Rambler Idler and Adventurer
71
Johnson on the Experimental Philosophy
88
Representation Imagination and Nature in Johnsons Literary Criticism
108
Johnson and EighteenthCentury Reductionism
130
Notes
138
Selected Bibliography
156
Index
163
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