On 5/29/2012 5:10 PM, John Angell Grant wrote:
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One of Eliot's trials along the way: I am struck by
young Eliot's elaborately articulated reason-based rejection of
the "immediate experience" idea of god in his thesis on Bentley;
followed by Eliot's years of trying to connect to that immediate
I think you mean F. H. Bradley, not Bentley. Did he reject
immediate experience per se or conclude that, so to speak, we cannot
have our experience while we're being it? Or...?
What are instances of his "trying to connect to that immediate