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Kabbalah Vol 17

Journal of Jewish Mystical Texts

Daniel Abrams

Cherub Press

Studies in English

Moshe Idel: A Unique Manuscript of an Untitled Treatise of Abraham Abulafia in Biblioteca Laurentiana Medicea

Daniel Abrams: Hypostatic Wisdom and Imitatio Dei – Kabbalistic Traditions of Attaining Wisdom

Alan Brill: Maharal as an Early Modern Thinker

Morris M. Faierstein: Kotsk – Izbica Dispute: Theological or Personal?

Book Reviews in English

Shaul Magid: Mor Altshuler, The Messianic Secret of Hasidism, Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2006

Zvi Mark: Jonathan Garb, The Chosen Will Become Herds: Studies in Twentieth Century Kabbalah, Jerusalem: Carmel, 2005 [Hebrew]

Studies in Hebrew

Yehuda Liebes: The Prophecy of the Sabbatean, R. Heshel Zoref of Vilna in the Writings of R. Menahem Mendel of Shklov, the Student of R. Elijah, the Gaon of Vilna and the Founder of the Ashkenazi Yishuv in Jerusalem

Tzahi Weiss: Three Traditions of the Creation of the World from Letters

Shalem Yahalom: Kabbalah (as Received Tradition) and Innovation in the Writings of Nahmanides and Related Scholarship: The Cases of the Joints of the Sinews and the ‘Killer Wife’

Ron Wacks: The Technique of Guided Imagination in the Thought of R. Kalonymos Kalman Shapira of Piaseczno

Zeev Gries: Apostates and Maskilim as Censors in the Nineteenth Century

Asael Abelman: Collectanea of Esoterica – A Fantasy Narrative by Hillel Zeitlin on the Future and the Redemption of the Jews

Alon Dahan: The Last Redeemer without a Successor: Did R. Menahem Mendel Schneerson Choose Not to Appoint an Heir for Messianic Reasons

Amit Kula: Rabbi Hayyim Benvenisti’s Sabbateanism – A New Inquiry

Book Reviews in Hebrew

Efraim Meir: Abraham Heschel’s The Sabbath and its Hebrew Translation


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