Offenbarung und Episteme : Zur europäischen Wirkung Jakob Böhmes im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert

For the first time, these proceedings from an interdisciplinary and international symposium use a broad foundation of sources to examine the first period (1620-1790) in the history of the major European impact of Jakob Böhme, a history that extended well into the 20th century. The contributors revea...

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Other Authors: Kühlmann, Wilhelm 1946- (Editor)
Format: Electronic Book
Language: German
English
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Published: Berlin [u.a.] De Gruyter 2012
In: Offenbarung und Episteme
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Series/Journal: Frühe Neuzeit 173
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains: B Böhme, Jakob 1575-1624 / Reception / History 1620-1790
Further subjects: B Conference program 2010 (Munich)
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Summary: For the first time, these proceedings from an interdisciplinary and international symposium use a broad foundation of sources to examine the first period (1620-1790) in the history of the major European impact of Jakob Böhme, a history that extended well into the 20th century. The contributors reveal the conflicted and contrasting patterns and modalities of reception along with the different positions taken in response to Böhme in the works of important cultural figures. These studies show the existence of a conflict zone in intellectual history and also in the history of language and literature that extended beyond the German-speaking world. Wilhelm Kühlmann, Universität Heidelberg; Friedrich Vollhardt, Universität München.
Item Description: Beiträge gehen auf eine Tagung zurück, die vom 21. bis 24. April 2010 in München stattfand. - Beitr. teilw. dt., teilw. engl
ISBN: 9783110288612
DOI: 10.1515/9783110288612
Persistent identifiers: DOI "10.1515/9783110288612"