(2018) Schelling's reception in nineteenth-century British literature, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.
Schelling in British mythological and aesthetic literature
This chapter focuses on Schelling's reception in mythological and aesthetic literature. It begins with Coleridge whose work on the subject was influenced by Schelling's early philosophy of mythology, and his coining of the term "tautegory", one which Schelling himself would later adopt for his own use. The chapter then considers Max Müller, who had studied with Schelling, and whose theories of comparative mythology and language were influenced by him. Moving from mythology to aesthetics, the chapter then analyses Walter Pater, whose aestheticism was far more deeply indebted to his early reading of Schelling than has hitherto been recognised, as well as also examining Schelling's reception in the aesthetics of Bernard Bosanquet.
Whiteley, G. (2018). Schelling in British mythological and aesthetic literature, in Schelling's reception in nineteenth-century British literature, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 257-288.
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