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Constance Naden and hylo-idealism

Ebenezer Cobham Brewer

Constance Naden and hylo-idealism

a critical study.

by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer

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Published by Bickers & Son in London .
Written in English

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  • Naden, Constance Caroline Woodhill.

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    observes that Naden's use of the pseudonym facilitated a systematic distancing of all her writings on Hylo-Idealism from the Constance Caroline Woodhill Naden who shone at Mason College.8 An outline of the Hylo-Idealistic doctrine, which was her life's work, will show why Naden concealed it from her friends and contemporaries in Birmingham. Constance Naden (–) is a unique voice in Victorian literature and science. This book, the first full-length critical account of her life and works, brings into focus the reciprocal nature of Naden’s poetry, philosophical essays and scientific studies. The development of Naden’s thinking is explored in detail, with newly discovered.

    Robert Lewins (28 August – 22 July ) was a British army surgeon and philosopher. He is best known for his collaboration with Constance .   Implicitly, one can trace this particular legacy to Wilde’s passing interest in spiritualism and his invocation of Constance Naden’s Hylo-Idealism in the epitaph to “The Canterville Ghost” ().Author: Heather Marcovitch.

    Constance Naden is the author of Induction and Deduction ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews), Further Reliques of Constance Naden ( avg rating, 1 Home My Books5/5(2). Naden agreed with this, since the theme of unity is central to Hylo-Idealism, which seeks to reconcile materialism and idealism, poetry and science, the self and other. Writing career and adult life In , Naden published her first volume of poetry Songs and Sonnets of Springtime.


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Full text of "Constance Naden and hylo-idealism: a critical study" See other formats CONSTANCE NADEN HYLO-IDEALISM a Critical BY E. OOBHAM BREWER LL.I). Author of Dictionary of Phrase and Fable;” '‘'’The Reader's Hand-Book “ Historical Note-Book” Sc. ANNOTATED BY E. LEWINS M.D; “ It is witli Hcations as with individuals.

Constance Naden and hylo-idealism: Brewer, Ebenezer Cobham; Lewins, Robert; Royal College of Surgeons of England (Humanism.) From the Wellcome Library’s digital collections Wellcome Library is currently closed to the public. Editorial team. General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) Area Editors: David Bourget Gwen BradfordCited by: 1.

Nevertheless, Naden was the lone women in a coterie of middle-aged men with whom she published many pamphlets, books, articles, reviews, and letters extolling the new ‘creed’ of Hylo-Idealism.

As noted by one of her fellow Hylo-Idealists, she was perhaps at risk of becoming a symbolic figurehead of the group. Naden first published on Hylo-Idealism in in the Journal of Science, and had not reached all of these conclusions byhowever during this period her correspondence with Lewins involved seriously discussing the nature of the universe via philosophy, science, and the rejection of received religious ideas.

Her scientific interests underpinned her atheist philosophy, called Hylo‐Idealism, about which she wrote many essays and letters in periodicals. Alongside Naden's published poetry and prose of the s, the recent discovery of three notebooks dating from to has thrown new light on the development of her interdisciplinary by: 1.

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Constance Naden and hylo-idealism: a critical study by Royal College of Surgeons of England. Abstract: Constance Naden’s Scientific Education and “Hylo-Idealism”. Constance Naden, ‘The Brain Theory of Mind and Matter; or, Hylo-Idealism. Journal of Science, March, ’, in Induction and Deduction: A Historical and Critical Sketch of Successive Philosophical Conceptions Respecting the Relations Between Inductive and Deductive Thought and Other Essays, ed.

by Robert Lewins (London: Bickers and Son Author: Sarah Parker, Clare Stainthorp. The only serious attempt to engage critically with Naden's work is James Moore's "The Erotics of Evolution: Constance Naden and Hylo-Idealism," in One Culture: Essays in.

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Small Crown 8vo. A MODERN APOSTLE: The Elixie of Life ;THE STOEY OF CLAKICE, and OTHER POEMS. Small Crown 8vo. INDUCTION AND DEDUCTION. William R Hughes, Constance Naden: A Memoir (London: Bickers & Son; Birmingham: Cornish Brothers, ), p.

For a fuller biography and survey of criticism relating to Naden’s life and works, see Clare Stainthorp, ‘Constance Naden: A Critical Overview’, Literature Compass (, forthcoming). ‘The Complete Poetical Works of Constance Naden (London: Bickers & Son.

Naden’s double identity figures heavily into this paper by Marion Thain, which offers a comprehensive look at how Naden’s concerns about science and poetry were informed by her materialist philosophy of “Hylo-Idealism” as well as the surrounding context of the Thomas Huxley/Matthew Arnold debate over the value of the classics.

(Naden. The first book on Naden's life and works has now been published: Constance Naden: Scientist, Philosopher, Poet by Clare Stainthorp (Peter Lang, ). A Short Biography: Born in Birmingham on 24 JanuaryConstance Caroline Woodhill Naden spent her childhood living with her wealthy maternal grandparents in Edgbaston, her mother having died a fortnight after.

Constance Naden and Hylo-Idealism, London: Bickers & Son, «Women Students and Student Life at England's Civic Universities Before the First World War», History of Education, «British Poetry of the Nineteenth Century», The Speaker, Fallecimientu: Mayfair, 23 d'avientu de.

Naden also edited the Mason College magazine. From the late s ownwards Naden developed a philosophy called Hylo-Idealism in collaboration with Robert Lewins, MD, who she first met in and corresponded with for the rest of her life.

Constance Caroline Woodhill Naden (24 January – 23 December ) was an English writer, poet and philosopher. She studied, wrote and lectured on philosophy and science, alongside publishing two volumes of poetry. Several collected works were published following her death at the young age of   NADEN, CONSTANCE CAROLINE WOODHILL (–), poetess, born on 24 Jan.

at 15 Francis Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, was the only child of Thomas Naden, afterwards president of the Birmingham Architectural Association, by his wife Caroline Anne, daughter of J. C. Woodhill of Pakenham House, Edgbaston. James Moore observes that Naden's use of t he pseudonym facilitated a systematic distancing of all her writings on Hylo-Idealism from the Constance Caroline Woodhill Naden who shone at Mason College.

(8) An outline of the HyloIdealistic doctrine, which was her life's work, will show why Naden concealed it from her friends and .