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  • Author:
    Moshe Idel
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    9637326030
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    Central European University Press (September 30, 2005)
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The author investigates the specific issue of the pillar in Jewish mysticism by comparing it to the archaic resort to pillars recurring in rural societies.

Ascensions on high took many forms in Jewish mysticism and they permeated most of its history from its inception until Hasidism. The book surveys the various categories, with an emphasis on the architectural images of the ascent, like the resort to images of pillars, lines, and ladders. The author investigates the specific issue of the pillar in Jewish mysticism by comparing it to the archaic resort to pillars recurring in rural societies.

Pillars, Lines, Ladders. Central European University Press Budapest New York. 2005 by Moshe Idel Published in 2005 by. Central european university press. p. c. Pasts incorporated) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 9637326022 (hardbound)ISBN 9637326030 (pb. 1. CabalaHistory.

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Ascensions on high took many forms in Jewish mysticism and they permeated most of its history from its inception until Hasidism

Ascensions on high took many forms in Jewish mysticism and they permeated most of its history from its inception until Hasidism. After surveying the variety of scholarly approaches to religion, the author also offers what he proposes as an eclectic approach, and a perspectivist one. The latter recommends to examine religious phenomena from a variety of perspectives. The book surveys the various categories, with an emphasis on the archetectural images of the ascent, like the resort images of pillars, lines, and ladders. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles. Publisher: Central European University Press.

Moshe Idel The author investigates the specific issue of the pillar in Jewish mysticism by comparing it to the archaic resort to pillars recurring in rural societies. After surveying the variety of scholarly approaches to religion, the author also offers Ascensions on high took many forms in Jewish mysticism and they permeated most of its history from its inception until Hasidism

Ascensions on high took many forms in Jewish mysticism and they permeated most of its history from its inception until Hasidism. Page 17 - Jewish mysticism in its various forms represents an attempt to interpret the religious values of Judaism in terms of mystical values. It concentrates upon the idea of the living God who manifests himself in the acts of Creation, Revelation and Redemption. Appears in 9 books from 1945-2005. No current Talk conversations about this book.

Idel, Moshe, 1947– Ascensions on high in Jewish mysticism : pillars, lines, ladders, by Moshe Idel. (Pasts incorporated) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 9637326022 (hardbound)-ISBN 9637326030 (pb. Cabala-History

Idel, Moshe, 1947– Ascensions on high in Jewish mysticism : pillars, lines, ladders, by Moshe Idel. Cabala-History. 2. Ascension of the soul. 3. Columns-Religious aspects- Judaism. 4. Mysticism-Judaism.

Ascensions on high took many forms in Jewish mysticism and they permeated most of its history from its inception until Hasidism. The book surveys the various categories, with an emphasis on the architectural images of the ascent, like the resort to images of pillars, lines, and ladders. After surveying the variety of scholarly approaches to religion, the author also offers what he proposes as an eclectic approach, and a perspectivist one. The latter recommends to examine religious phenomena from a variety of perspectives. The author investigates the specific issue of the pillar in Jewish mysticism by comparing it to the archaic resort to pillars recurring in rural societies. Given the fact that the ascent of the soul and pillars constituted the concerns of two main Romanian scholars of religion, Ioan P. Culianu and Mircea Eliade, Idel resorts to their views, and in the Concluding Remarks analyzes the emergence of Eliade's vision of Judaism on the basis of neglected sources.