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Christensen's book takes a positive delight in a Coleridge who is fragmentary, mobile, eccentric, immethodical, and peripheral, and this extract amply demonstrates Christensen's critical approach to his subject.
This recognition stands behind the admission that the Biographia is immethodical, and it informs what Coleridge wrote in the Prospectus of The Friend:
Why, for example, have no critics investigated the apparent paradox of Coleridge's bemoaning in 1817 the "corruption" of metaphysics "by certain immethodical aphorisming Eclectics" and his turning in 1825 to this practice himself?