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Throughout the book, Louth does a careful job of situating early Christian mystical thought in its Platonic origins (especially Middle-Platonic), and he helpfully demonstrates both where it aligns with this tradition as well as departs from it/5. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Knowles, David, English mystical tradition. London, Burns & Oates [, ©] (OCoLC) The English Mystical Tradition. London: Burns & Oates, First edition. Octavo, original blue cloth, red top edge, original dust jacket. Very faint creasing to upper edges of unfaded and unclipped dust jacket. A bright, nearly fine copy. The Medieval Mystical Tradition in England Papers Read at Charney Manor, July [Exeter Symposium VII] proceedings in the series initiated by Marion Glasscoe in shares with its predecessors a concentrated focus on the English mystical authors and the reception of their continental contemporaries in medieval England. Book summary.
25 rows Academic study of Jewish mysticism, especially since Gershom Scholem's Major Trends in . Buy The English mystical tradition 1st Edition by Knowles, David (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : David Knowles. Bakan starts this intriguing book with a quote from Freud "Everything new must have its roots in what was before." So what were the roots for Freud's revolutionary ideas? Bakan presents an excellent argument that either consciously or unconsciously, Freud drew on the mystical Jewish tradition in formulating psychoanalysis/5. In addition, there are studies of the relationships between continental and English mystical authors, introductions to some less well-known writers in the tradition (such as the Monk of Farne), and explorations around the fringes of the mystical canon, including Middle English translations of Boethius, Lollard spirituality, and the Syon brother.
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