Aids to Reflection

by S.T. Coleridge


Aids to Reflection was written by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Using Archbishop Leighton's writings on the subject and his own aphorisms, this is Coleridge's attempt to bridge the gap between faith and reason. He does so with the intent of deepening one's spiritual journey with focused thoughts and adherence to the Truth. Coleridge encourages the combining of one's intelligence (intellect) with one's conscience.

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About S. T. Coleridge

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Born: October 21, 1772
Died: July 25, 1834
Related topics: English poetry, Wordsworth, William,--1770-1850, Great Britain, Biography, Coleridge, Samuel Taylor,--1772-1834, …
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