A basis of generalized identities of a finite commutative by Nechaev A. A.

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22 Pater has de-idealized Wordsworth to a certain degree; the individual comes clothed not in abstract "clouds of glory" but in the language, customs, morals, and literature of his ancestors. Although Pater read about the ideas of a general consciousness in Pythagoras and Hegel, it is Wordsworth's sensitivity to the intricacies involved in understanding our relationship with the past that he recalls when he discusses these philosophers. And Pater bequeathed this idea of a general consciousness, along with the recognition that the idea itself has a long tradition, to the school of his divergent disciples that includes W.

72 For the existential historian, history exists only in the present, as a product of his own consciousness. This understanding of history underlies Pound's comment in The Spirit of Romance (1910) that "all ages are contemporaneous" (SR, 6) and Eliot's more famous remark in "Tradition and the Individual Talent" (1919) that all the literature of the past "has a simultaneous existence and composes a simultaneous order" (SW, 49). For Eliot, the great works of literary history form an "ideal order" because they are understood from the perspective of the present (that is, they are not "real," they cannot be known "as they were"); the "ideal order" is a function of the relativity of interpretation, not necessarily an absolute criterion that is exempt from the conditions of human knowledge.

And what they felt on the unconscious level had become more interesting than what they had consciously rationalized. 69 Once the methodology of positivist historiography was found to produce fictions, the historian could either languish in his realization of the impossibility of historical knowledge or redefine historical knowledge as something gleaned from artistic intuition rather than scientific categorization. Historical knowledge becomes an impossibility only for someone who denies history its status as a science but continues to think of scientific methods as the only viable avenue to knowledge.

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