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A complete refutation of the coadunative strategy would recuperate Kierkegaard's demonic infinity.
The following analysis of "Ia pomniu chudnoe mgnoven'e ..." will show that for Pushkin the imagination is neither coadunative nor wholly skeptical; it is precisely ironic.
The coadunative imagination forms the many into the one (converts multiplicity into unity), enabling Neoplatonic Romantic poets to discover infinity in (within) eternity.