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J. Edward Hackett


When you say:

she notes that a critic is a hybrid: she "should be not merely a poet, not merely a philosopher, not merely an observer, but tempered of all three." (Fuller, 1840, A Short Essay on Critics.)

There's something incredibly Jamesian about this quote.

Eric Schliesser

Thank you for the link! I hope I can encourage you to explore it more fully. (I wasn't joking about suggesting she is at the origin of American philosophy.)

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