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- KurzbeschreibungRabbi Moses Cordoeiro (aka Cordovero, 1522-1570) was<br>a towering mystical thinker in Safed and retains to<br>this day a seat of honor in Jewish intellectual<br>history. Ranking among the most prolific and lucid<br>thinkers Judaism has ever known, Cordoeiro had an<br>enormous impact on the trajectory of mystical<br>philosophy from the 16th century onward. This book -<br>the first extensive work on Cordoeiro in English -<br>sheds new and important light on his life, writings,<br>practical piety, and, most importantly, systematic<br>thought in Kabbalah. By placing Cordoeiro's personal<br>growth and conceptual evolution within sociopolitical<br>and theoretical context, his works (both published<br>and unpublished) are thoroughly investigated with the<br>aim of articulating his elaborate theoretical model<br>and its relations to his mystical practices. Much<br>attention has been given throughout this book to<br>Cordoeiro's acute philological sensitivity, for his<br>view of Hebrew as "God's Vernacular" had prompted him<br>to introduce bold and often remarkably creative<br>exegetical maneuvers. This book is a significant<br>contribution to philosophical scholarship and to<br>anyone interested in exploring the deeper realms of<br>Jewish mystical thought.
- AutorRaviv Zohar
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- Gewicht684 g
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