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"Die Philologie der Kabbala ist nur eine Projektion auf eine Fläche": Gershom Scholem über die wahren Absichten seines Kabbalastudiums

Scholem's letter to Salman Schocken, written in 1937 and published for the first time in 1979, is regarded as one of the most important documents on the purpose of his Kabbala studies. Now a much earlier text has come to light in the Scholem archive in Jerusalem, written in Munich in 1921, which... Full description

1st Person: Schäfer, Peter
Source: in Jewish Studies Quarterly Vol. 5, No. 1 (1998), p. 1-25
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: German
Published: 1998
Keywords: research-article
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