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Note: I undertook this comparative project in the mid-1990s. My main interest was and is the historical development of philosophy within and beyond ‘philosophy’ as an institutional discipline or genre. Of interest here is that the importation of German philosophy into Britain was undertaken not by the recognized philosophers of the time but by literary figures, most notably Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Given the British philosophical focus on empiricism, this is an especially important phenomenon. (Another avenue of exploration is the relationship between British philosophy and British literature, a relationship not prima facie intimate as that between German philosophy and literature.) On the other side, William Blake was unknown in Germany (not then a unified state, of course). As for two-way traffic, the key figure is the literary kibitzer Henry Crabb Robinson. I began with a focus on Blake and Hegel and moved outward from there.
Comparative studies of English and German Romanticism need not bring in philosophy—my main interest—but may nevertheless be relevant or certainly of interest. Such references may show up here as well. Studies concerning Blake alone compared with others are to be found in my companion bibliography Comparative Studies of William Blake & Other Modern Writers & Thinkers: A Bibliography for a Study in Ideology. Blake may also figure in works in this bibliography as well. I have reconstructed the list of books I documented in the 1990s and have supplemented them with more books. It will take longer to ferret out journal articles, articles in books, and theses and dissertations I discovered back then and then bring those types of items up to date.
— RD, 5 February 2019
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