The 1st examine devoted to the connection among Alexander Pope and George Berkeley, this e-book undertakes a comparative interpreting in their paintings at the visible surroundings, economics and windfall, not easy present principles of the connection among poetry and philosophy in early eighteenth-century Britain. It exhibits how Berkeley's concept that the outstanding international is the language of God, learnt via customized and event, might help to give an explanation for a few of Pope's conservative sceptical arguments, and likewise his virtuoso poetic recommendations.

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