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Alchemy of the word : cabala of the Renaissance

Author: Philip Beitchman
Publisher: Albany : State University of New York Press, 1998.
Series: SUNY series in Western esoteric traditions.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Beitchman
ISBN: 079143737X 9780791437377 0791437388 9780791437384
OCLC Number: 37567346
Description: xiv, 364 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. In the Beginning. Scholem and Benjamin. The Zohar. The Two Sources of Morality and Religion. Losing the Reader. Exile and the Bride of Sabbath. Lilith and the Shekinah. Cabala and the Medieval Manichees. People of the Book. Cabala as Rhizome. The One and the Two Many --
2. The Secret of Agrippa. Pico's Conclusions. Reuchlin's Art. Cabala between Freud and Jung. Agrippa's Open Secret. Agrippa and His Shadow. The Two Laws. Cabala as Fad. Cabala as Beginning. The Paradox of Secrecy --
3. Bibliographica Kabbalistica. Topics in Cabala. The Dissemination of Cabala. Cabala as Motif --
4. The Kiss of the Spouse, Cabala in England (1497-1700). Cabala, Shakespeare, and The School of Night. The Cabalas of the Age of Elizabeth. (H)Enoch Clapham Redivivus --
Ancient Theology and the Protestant Preacher. The Other John Davies. Inebriation as Ascent. The Occult Sir Thomas Browne. Cabala in the Baroque Renaissance.
Series Title: SUNY series in Western esoteric traditions.
Responsibility: Philip Beitchman.
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