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Rather, Bildung is always already at work, subtly interwoven with the intelligential process of "seeing" itself.
Since all knowledge comes from God, and is interpreted by the soul through its physical and spiritual or intelligential faculties, it follows that the epistemological definition would be that knowledge, with reference to God as being its source of origin, is the arrival of meaning in the soul; and with reference to the soul as being its active recipient and interpreter, knowledge is the arrival of the soul at meaning.
Death effectively became the allegorical figure of the romantic period, but whereas Coleridge considers Death an abstraction of the concept of hunger, lacking substance, Keats draws on him as an embodied substance that like Raphael and the other "rational" and intelligential substances in the poem must experience "Real hunger.