The Coda synthesizes many of the book's arguments, tying the conceptual history of consciousness together with the early modern meanings of poetry. It concludes by showing how later philosophers and poets—including William Wordsworth, Anna Laetitia Barbauld, and Pierre Hadot—reworked the themes of originary experience and by examining how later poets conceived of consciousness.
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