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I suggest that whereas both ‘Peter Bell’ and ‘The Appeal to Law’ stage successful processes of Bildung, and fit in well with Coleridge’s conservative politics of national education, the Rime (without the glossary added) is at odds with his aestheticopolitics of subject formation and nation building. 1 The main instrument of Coleridgean education, as we have seen, is the cultivated ‘clerisy’. In Coleridge’s ideal system, its members form a pyramidal network: while some remain the invisible ‘fountain heads of the humanities,’ the majority are ‘distributed throughout the country so as not to leave even the smallest integral part or division without a resident guide, guardian or instructor’ (Ch & St, 42–43).
E. e. ‘Joy’) she possesses within. Yet, all this is a visionary hope. In the present, the speaker is left with ‘reality’s dark dream’, and the habit of ‘abstruse research’. By placing this habit in the context of the notebook entry evoked in the beginning, the chapter concludes by outlining the difference between good and bad habits. , 1421, italics added), maintaining the illusion of free will. My concluding chapter resumes the themes of addiction and cultivation, and supplements these with Coleridge’s account of the way in which love elicits virtuous habits.
On the one hand, at the time of composing ‘The Statesman’s Manual’ in 1816, he was convinced that ‘it is folly to think of making all […] men of systematic knowledge, [b]ut it is duty and wisdom to aim at making as many as possible soberly and steadily religious’ (LS, 69, italics added). 10 Hence, the lower classes will have the right to ‘universal learning’, when they become sufficiently cultivated to monitor themselves. On the other hand, however, by the time of composing the Church and State, he became aware that it was impossible to restrain the Cultivating Reason and the Will 31 diffusion of knowledge, and that it would be ‘silly’, that is, politically dangerous not to let the people educate themselves.
A Modern Coleridge: Cultivation, Addiction, Habits by Andrea Timár (auth.)