David Freeman
Pages 40-49
DOI: 10.5840/cultura2005223


The nincteenth-century poet, critic and philosopher, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, once characterized the mind of William Shakespeare as “oceanic”. Oceans, of course, teem with myriad forms of life: is philosophy one such form in the oceanic vastness of Shakespeare’s creative genius? If so, how do we identify philosophic elements in his plays and assess the place they occupy? What sense does it make to speak of “philosophical cr “

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