The Clark and Turnbull lectures explore this issue at great length in
terms of the "dissociation of sensibility."
(The are published under the title Varieties of Metaphysical Poetry,
ed. Ronald Schuchard)
On 2 Sep 2003, at 10:27, Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> At 05:36 AM 9/1/2003 -0700, you wrote:
> >This may not be entirely germane but modern brain
> >theory links congnition and feelings (or emotion)
> >extremely closely.
> So does Eliot, which surprisingly no one has remarked. At least, he saw
> thinking and feeling as distinguishable but not separate in his dissertation.
> Ken A.