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Visions of Sophia In Early Modern Europe By John Noyce
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Visions of Sophia in 17th and 18th century Europe received by Jacob Boehme, John Pordage, Jane Lead, Gottfried Arnold, Johann George Gichtel, Novalis, Friedrich Holderlin, Johann Jacob Wirz, and... More > others.< Less
Sophia and the Russian Mystical Tradition By John Noyce
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Awareness of Wisdom (Sophia) is not unique to the Western tradition. Relatively little attention has been given to the origins of the Russian understanding of Sophia. I propose in this essay that... More > there were in fact two sources: the understanding of Sophia as divine Wisdom in Byzantium; and the later introduction to Russia of the Boehmian theosophical understanding of Sophia. I then present and discuss the visions of Vladimir Soloviev (1853-1900) whose understanding of Sophia was so influential on later writers. The importance of Sophia for the young poets and painters of the Symbolist movement is considered. The essay concludes with an examination of the influence of Soloviev’s understanding of Sophia on contemporary and later writers in the Orthodox tradition.< Less
Visions of the Divine Feminine in medieval Europe By John Noyce
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This book considers visions in the literature of medieval Europe with particular reference to visions that can be considered to be of the Divine Feminine in a variety of forms including Wisdom... More > (Sapientia), Philosophia and Natura amongst others. Chapter One: Wisdom and Nature; Chapter Two: The earlier Latin Tradition; Chapter Three: Visions of the Divine Feminine in the Twelfth Century; Chapter Four: Hildegard of Bingen and her Visions of the Divine Feminine; Chapter Five: Ibn al-Arabi, Dante and Petrarch; Chapter Six: Suso; Chapter Seven: Christine de Pizan.< Less
Visions of the Divine Feminine in medieval Europe By John Noyce
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This book considers visions in the literature of medieval Europe with particular reference to visions that can be considered to be of the Divine Feminine in a variety of forms including Wisdom... More > (Sapientia), Philosophia and Natura amongst others. Chapter One: Wisdom and Nature; Chapter Two: The earlier Latin Tradition; Chapter Three: Visions of the Divine Feminine in the Twelfth Century; Chapter Four: Hildegard of Bingen and her Visions of the Divine Feminine; Chapter Five: Ibn al-Arabi, Dante and Petrarch; Chapter Six: Suso; Chapter Seven: Christine de Pizan.< Less

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