In his conversation poem, "Expostulation and Reply," William Wordsworth brings the art of argument into poetry.
A school teacher, Matthew, trained in the classical method of jamming facts into people's foreheads, admonishes young William for sitting out in nature and contemplating it. “Up! Up! and drink the spirit breath’d / “From dead men to their kind," he says.
In other words, get out of nature and read your books young Willy!
Well, you can imagine the young romantic poet had something to say about that!