Samuel Taylor Coleridge wrote the Treatise on Method in 1817, voicing his projects to collect universal knowledge in a single work. Coleridge complained the lack of a proper method in modern science and proposed unconventional examples of 'scientists', such as Plato and William Shakespeare. Included in the Encyclopaedia Metropolitana, the Treatise was widely read and highly effective in popularizing German ideas in Britain.
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