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Titre Origins of the Kabbalah / Gershom Scholem ; edited by R.J. Zwi Werblowsky ; translated from the German by Allan Arkush ; with a new foreword by David Biale.
Auteur Scholem, Gershom, 1897-1982, author
Éditeur Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, [2018]
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Collection Princeton classics
Princeton classics
Sujet anglais Sefer ha-bahir.
Cabala -- History.
Sujet français Sépher ha-bahir
Kabbale -- Histoire
Collaboration Werblowsky, R. J. Zwi, 1924-2015
Arkush, Allan, 1949- translator
Biale, David, 1949- writer of foreword
Description xvi, 487 pages ; 24 cm.
Édition First English edition.
Princeton Classics edition.
Note Translation of : Ursprung und Anfänge der Kabbala.
Bibliographie Includes bibliographical references and index.
Dépouillement Sources -- Editor's preface -- Author's preface to the first (German) edition -- Foreward by David Biale -- The problem. The state of research: The views of Graetz and Neumark -- Southern France in the twelfth century: The Catharist movement- The Jews of Languedoc -- The esoteric doctrine of the creation and the Merkabah in pre-kabbalistic Judaism: The literature of the Hekhaloth and Jewish Gnosticism -- The "book of creation" -- The oldest documents concerning the appearance of the Kabbalah and the publication of the book Bahir -- The book Bahir. Literary character and structure of the book: Its different strata -- Gnostic elements in the Bahir: Pleroma and cosmic tree -- Other gnostic elements: The potencies of God- Middoth- Gnostic reinterpretations of Talmudic sayings- The double sophia and the symbolism of the Sophia as daughter and bride -- Identification of ancient sources preserved in the tradition of the German Hasidim: Raza Rabba and Bahir -- The first three Sefiroth -- The six lower Sefiroth: The limbs of the primordial man and their symbolism- the place of evil -- The syzyogy of the masculine and the feminine: The seventh and tenth sefirah in the Bahir- The symbolism of the righteous -- The symbolism of the Shekhinah and the feminine: The jewel -- Elements of the doctrine of the aeons among the German Hasidim -- The transmigration of souls and the mysticism of prayer in the Bahir -- The first kabbalists in Provence. Abraham ben Isaac of Narbonne -- Abraham ben David (Rabad) -- Jacob the Nazirite and the groups of ascetics in the community, Perushim and Nezirim- Catharism and kabbalah- revelations granted to the ascetics and the forms of these revelations- the doctrine of Kawwanah in prayer -- Isaac the blind and his writings -- Isaac's doctrine of the 'En-sof and the sefiroth -- Good and evil in Isaac and other sources -- Isaac's contemplative mysticism: Kawwanah and Debhequth -- The writings of the 'Iyyun circle -- Fundamental conceptions of this circle: The primordial ether- Light-and laguage-mysticism -- The thirteen middoth, ten sefiroth and three lights above them in pseudo-hai -- The sefirotic doctrines of a pseudoepigraphic epistle -- The Kabbalistic center in Gerona. The kabbalists of Gerona and their writings -- Debates and disturbances resulting from the propoganda of the Kabbalists: Their role in the controversy over the writings of Maimonides -- Elevation through Kawwanah: The nothing and the Hokhmah -- The doctrines of Azriel and Nahmanides on the process of emanation- 'En-sof, the primordial will and the primordial idea- the sefiroth -- Man and the soul -- The book Temunah and the doctrine of world cycles or Shemittoth -- Index.
ISBN 9780691182988 paperback
0691182981 paperback
Autre titre Ursprung und Anfänge der Kabbala. English
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