Would Carlyle be ordinarily regarded as a philosopher? Or is he rather a Coleridgean kind of thinker who occasionally produced Philosophy? I'm especially interested in his Sartor Resartus, which HE claims is philosophy, but really makes me question the defenitions and boundaries of Philosophy. I have to participate in a group discussion on this text soon, so I'd welcome any comments on either the text itself or on Carlyle as a philosopher.
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