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Moreover , asserts Professor James , the world revealed to us by science is an
imaginative construction out of the every - day world just as the world of poetry is .
Both are based upon the every - day world , yet both transcend it ; and in this they
We read De Rerum Natura as an imaginative synthesis , not as a document
containing true or false statements . ... the poet is seen as conveying to us the
world as it is for his imagination , which controls his life , and which is thus real to
S Professor James draws a distinction made famous by Coleridge , between the
imagination and the fancy ( a distinction of special interest for our purposes ) ;
although unlike Coleridge , James does not consider them to be two separate ...
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