German Mysticism From Hildegard of Bingen to Ludwig Wittgenstein: A Literary and Intellectual History

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SUNY Press, 1 ian. 1993 - 283 pagini
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This book offers the reader an introduction to the writings of Hildegard of Bingen, Meister Eckhart, Tauler, Nicholas of Cusa, Paracelsus, Jacob Boehme, Angelus Silesius, Novalis and includes the more recent thinkers, such as Schopenhauer and Wittgenstein, who were influenced by the tradition. It is the first study of its scope to take into account the much ignored historical preconditions of German mysticism and the first to trace the thematic evolution of mystical literature from a core of biblical and Augustinian materials. It also follows in the footsteps of recent scholarship in showing how German mysticism interacts with other currents in intellectual history such as the Reformation, Romanticism, or Modernism. Instead of murky generalizations, the reader will find clear discussions of representative literary documents, analyzed with an eye to theme, source, style, function, and influence.

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The Union of Worlds Biblical and Augustinian Sources of German Mysticism
The Visible and the Invisible Hildegard of Bingen and Female Visionary Mysticism
The Outer and the Inner The Reflective Mysticism of Eckhart Seuse and Tauler
The Finite and the Infinite The Humanistic Mysticism of Nicholas of Cusa
Nature and Scripture Mysticism Between Renaissance and Reformation
Letter and Spirit Mysticism as Dissent in the German Reformation
The Part and the Whole Jacob Boehme and the Baroque Synthesis
Diversity and Unity Mysticism Between Pietism and Enlightenment
Nature and Imagination Romantic Mysticism from Novalis to Schopenhauer
Wittgenstein and the Aftermath of German Mysticism
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Andrew Weeks is Assistant Professor of German at Illinois State University. He is the author of Boehme: An Intellectual Biography of the Seventeeth-Century Philosopher and Mystic published by SUNY Press.

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