Mysticism, Magic and Kabbalah in Ashkenazi Judaism: International Symposium held in Frankfurt a.M. 1991

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Karl Erich Grözinger, Joseph Dan
Walter de Gruyter, 1 janv. 1995 - 337 pages
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Introduction
1
The Language of the Mystics in Medieval Germany
6
Between Magic and Religion Ashkenazi Hasidic Piety
28
Prayer Gestures in German Hasidism
44
Metatron and Shiur Qomah in the Writings of Haside Ashkenaz
60
Images of Women in Sefer Hasidim
93
Social and Mystical Aspects of Sefer Hasidim
106
Rabbi Judah The Pious Will in Halakhic and Kabbalistic Literature
117
The Maharal of Prag and the Kabbalah
172
Zauberei und Zauber in der deutschen Literatur des 16 Jahrhunderts
181
Pico della Mirandola and the Beginnings of Christian Kabbala
195
A Profile of R Naphtali Katz from Frankfurt and His Attitude Towards Sabbateanism
208
Rabbi Nathan Adler of Frankfurt and the Controversy Surrounding Him
223
Dr Samuel Falk and the EibeschuetzEmden Controversy
243
The Mystical Visions of Rabbi Hyle Wechsler in the 19th Century
257
Meyer Heinrich Hirsch Landauer Bible Scholar and Kabbalist
275

Rabbi Judah the Pious as a Legendary Figure
123
An Anonymous Kabbalistic Commentary on Shir haYihud
139
Kabbalisten Ketzer und Polemiker Das kulturelle Umfeld des Sefer haNizachon von Lipman Mühlhausen
155
KabbalaRezeption in der Deutschen Romantik
295
Kabbala und Liebe August Beckers Roman Des Rabbi Vermächtniß 186667
314
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