Spanish Christian Cabala

Spanish Christian Cabala

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Swietlicki explores the works of three major writers of the Spanish Renaissance, and their relationship with the Jewish mystical tradition known as Cabala within the Christian tradition in sixteenth century Spain.Anthropomorphic symbols were a common Hebrew usage before some early pre -Cabalists concentrated on body metaphors to ... overlaid on the diagram of the Sefirotic tree to emphasize that man is a microprosopus of the divine Macroprosopus (see Figure 1). ... and the Keneset Israel with its individual members are seen to represent the aquot;membersaquot; (body parts) of the Shekhinah or Divine Presence.

Title:Spanish Christian Cabala
Author: Catherine Swietlicki
Publisher: - 1986

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