Kabbala und Romantik

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Eveline Goodman-Thau, Gert Mattenklott, Christoph Schulte
Niemeyer, Jan 1, 1994 - Cabala - 336 pages
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The religious interest in natural philosophy, magic, pantheism, mystic language theories and symbolism, theogony and cosmogony displayed by many German Romantic authors was a response to what Hegel called the 'aridity of the Enlightenment'. This interest led to a rediscovery of cabbala. Among Jewish Romantics, and to an even greater extent among Christian Romantics, Jewish mysticism became not only a source of religious, philosophical, and artistic inspiration, but also a subject of scholarly and philosophical debate. In 1991 the hitherto largely neglected interconnections between cabbala and the history of scholarship, literature, and ideas in the Romantic period were the subject of two interdisciplinary symposia at the University of Kassel and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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Contents

Schriftspekulationen und Sprachutopien
23
Gnosis and Judaism
43
Einführende Bemerkungen
59
Copyright

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Gert Mattenklott, born in Oranienburg, Germany, in 1942, is dean of philosophy and humanities at the Free University, Berlin. He is an internationally acclaimed essayist, literary scholar, and critic.

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