British Romanticism and the Science of the Mind: Introduction: neural Romanticism

@inproceedings{Richardson2001BritishRA,
  title={British Romanticism and the Science of the Mind: Introduction: neural Romanticism},
  author={Alan Richardson},
  year={2001}
}
an entire range of intellectual, cultural, and ideological points of contact between British Romantic literary writing and the pioneering brain science of the time. Richardson breaks new ground in two fields, revealing a significant and undervalued facet of British Romanticism while demonstrating the “Romantic” character of early neuroscience. Crucial notions like the active mind, organicism, the unconscious, the fragmented subject, instinct and intuition, arising simultaneously within the… CONTINUE READING

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