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Religion after religion : Gershom Scholem, Mircea Eliade, and Henry Corbin at Eranos

Author: Steven M Wasserstrom
Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©1999.
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Scholem, Eliade, and Corbin are the twentieth century's legendary scholars in the respective fields of Judaism, History of Religions, and Islam. This book compares the paths taken by these thinkers,  Read more...

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Wasserstrom, Steven M.
Religion after religion.
Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c1999
(DLC) 99024174
(OCoLC)40979924
Named Person: Gershom Scholem; Mircea Eliade; Henry Corbin; Mircea Eliade; Mircea Eliade; Henry Corbin; Gershom Scholem; Henry Corbin; Mircea Eliade; Gershom Scholem
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Steven M Wasserstrom
ISBN: 1400813778 9781400813773 9780691005393 0691005397 9780691005409 0691005400
OCLC Number: 51574898
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 368 p.)
Contents: Religion after Religion --
Eranos and the "History of Religions" --
Toward the Origins of History of Religions: Christian Kabbalah as Inspiration and as Initiation --
Tautegorical Sublime: Gershom Scholem and Henry Corbin in Conversation --
Coincidentia Oppositorum: An Essay --
Poetics --
On Symbols and Symbolizing --
Aesthetic Solutions --
A Rustling in the Woods: The Turn to Myth in Weimar Jewish Thought --
Politics --
Collective Renovatio --
The Idea of Incognito: Authority and Its Occultation According to Henry Corbin --
History --
Mystic Historicities --
The Chiliastic Practice of Islamic Studies According to Henry Corbin --
Psychoanalysis in Reverse --
Ethics --
Uses of the Androgyne in the History of Religions --
Defeating Evil from Within: Comparative Perspectives on "Redemption through Sin" --
On the Suspension of the Ethical.
Responsibility: Steven M. Wasserstrom.

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"A powerful and evocative work for mature and informed readers..."--Library Journal "Religion after Religion is rich with quotes from--as well as observations about--Eliade, Henry Corbin, and Gershom Read more...

 
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