• February 2014

      Mircea Eliade

      From Magic to Myth

      by Moshe Idel

      Mircea Eliade: From Magic to Myth addresses a series of topics that have been neglected in scholarship. First and foremost, the book looks at the early Romanian background of some of Eliade’s ideas, especially his magical universe, which took on a more my

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      August 2019

      Abraham Abulafia's Esotericism

      Secrets and Doubt

      by Moshe Idel

      This book focuses on Abraham Abulafia's esoteric thought in relation to Maimonides, Maimonideans, and Islamic thought in the line of Leo Strauss' theory of the history of philosophy. A survey of Abulafia's sources leads into an analysis of the esoteri

    • Literature & Literary Studies
      November 2001

      Der Magus

      Seine Ursprünge und seine Geschichte in verschiedenen Kulturen

      by Anthony Grafton, Moshe Idel

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      December 2018

      The Privileged Divine Feminine in Kabbalah

      by Moshe Idel

      This volume addresses the complex topic of the preeminent status of the divine feminine power, to be referred also as Female, within the theosophical structures of many important Kabbalists, Sabbatean believers, and Hasidic masters. This privileged sta

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