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Deutsche Mystik Im Abendländischen Zusammenhang [electronic resource]: Neu Erschlossene Texte, Neue Methodische Ansätze, Neue Theoretische Konzepte: Kolloquium, Kloster Fischingen 1998
Haug, Walter 1927- Author
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72074 Tubingen : Verlag Max Niemeyer Jan. 2000
description
XII, 814 p. ill
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3484640146 (Trade Cloth), 9783484640146
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Book
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imprint
72074 Tubingen : Verlag Max Niemeyer Jan. 2000
isbn
3484640146 (Trade Cloth)
9783484640146
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9783484640146
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Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
abstract
Annotation The studies assembled in this volume were presented at an interdisciplinary colloquium in 1998 on the subject of research into Western mysticism and where it stands at the present moment. In historical and geographical terms they cover a broad range of texts extending from the earliest beginnings to the flowering of mysticism in the late Middle Ages and the early modern age. In addition they confront fundamental issues of a theoretical and methodological nature, notably in connection with mystic language, mystic imagery and the question of corpo-reality. The edition also presents a number of hitherto unknown or unpublished texts.
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11971545
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17-17 Verlag Max Niemeyer
Scholarly & Professional Verlag Max Niemeyer
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The studies assembled in this volume were presented at an interdisciplinary colloquium in 1998 on the subject of research into Western mysticism and where it stands at the present moment. In historical and geographical terms they cover a broad range of texts extending from the earliest beginnings to the flowering of mysticism in the late Middle Ages and the early modern age. In addition they confront fundamental issues of a theoretical and methodological nature, notably in connection with mystic language, mystic imagery and the question of corpo-reality. The edition also presents a number of hitherto unknown or unpublished texts.

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