Kabbalistic Manuscripts and Textual Theory: Methodologies of Textual Scholarship and Editorial Practice in the Study of Jewish Mysticism (Sources and Studies in the Literature of Jewish Mysticism) download epub
by Daniel Abrams
In 2010, he was awarded the Gershom Scholem Prize for excellence in scholarship of Jewish mysticism.
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This study offers a theory of kabbalistic textuality in which the material book the printed page no less than handwritten manuscripts serves as the site for textual dialogue between Jewish mystics of different periods and locations.
It studies the texts and historical contexts of Judaic mysticism using objective historical-critical methods of Religious studies, such as Philology, History of ideas, Social history and Phenomenology
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Publish Date: 11/2010.
Author: Daniel Abrams. Catalog Number: 8-337-918. Publish Date: 11/2010. This study offers a theory of kabbalistic textuality in which the material book – the printed page no less than handwritten manuscripts – serves as the site for textual dialogue between Jewish mystics of different periods and locations.
Kabbalistic Manuscripts and Textual Theory. On the Mystical Shape of the Godhead: Basic Concepts in the Kabbalah. Elliot R. Wolfson explores the complex gender symbolism that permeates Kabbalistic literature.
The systematic study and practice of the subject originated in the 3rd century bce with the .
The systematic study and practice of the subject originated in the 3rd century bce with the Greek scholars of Alexandria. Literary culture had before that time been predominantly oral, though books were in common use by the 5th century, and many texts had suffered damage because the idea of precise textual accuracy and reproduction was unfamiliar. Until the 20th century the development of textual criticism was inevitably dominated by classical and biblical studies. Gronovius and N. Heinsius were informed by Bentleian principles.
Category: Religion & Spirituality
Subcategory: New Age & Spirituality
Publisher: The Hebrew University Magnes Press (February 1, 2011)
Pages: 762 pages