Bibliography (Masterplots II: Christian Literature)
Sources for Further Study
Boulger, James D. Coleridge as Religious Thinker. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1961. A thorough examination and analysis of the growth and scope of Coleridge’s theology, in both poetry and prose, published and unpublished. Extensive coverage of Aids to Reflection. Contrasts ideas in Aids to Reflection to those in Coleridge’s theological Notebooks (1957-1986) and his Opus Maximum. Places Coleridge’s theology within the context of his contemporaries.
Hipolito, Jeffrey. “’Conscience the Ground of Consciousness’: The Moral Epistemology of Coleridge’s Aids to Reflection.” Journal of the History of Ideas 65, no. 3 (2004): 455-474. Situates Coleridge’s theology within the greater Kantian philosophy of morals.
Perkins, Mary Ann. “Religious Thinker.” In The Cambridge Companion to Coleridge, edited by Lucy Newlyn. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2002. Provides a brief overview of Coleridge’s religious development within his writing, with particular emphasis on his influence on later philosophers and theologians.
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