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SCHOLEM, Gershom, God name and symbols in Jewish mystic
The figure of the space in the zen buddhism of Henri Michaux
When the ineffable is widely considered the symbolic paradox in the Zen school of Buddhism, it seems that the narrowness of language has been thus demonstrated in the realm of interpretation of buddhadhātu (buddha-nature). Therefore, the Zen has been characterized by its emphasis on both the rupture...
Indianisation and depoliticisation of the victims of the war in Peru. The example of the OOW Memorial
The OOW Memorial was made a tribute to the victims of the internal armed conflict in Peru (1980-2000). He is the work of artist Lika Mutal in coordination with various human rights activists and is a continuation of the work carried out by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (CVR). The anniversa...
Mystical-realism in the French-speaking African literature
What are the arguments that make it possible to say that we can speak of mystical realism as a narrative mode (the itinerary or the initiatory journey and its components: the symbolic quest, the trials or their equivalents and the metamorphosis, the so-called symbolic death, the adjutant or inhibiti...
To retouch or not to retouch? – Reflections on the aesthetic completion of wall paintings
Decision-making regarding the aesthetic treatment of wall paintings can be a difficult and complex process due to the multifaceted issues that influence the choices. In addition, local views and national value assignations make it difficult to apply general guidelines for retouching. This paper desc...
The “Volonté d’Empire” in the franquist discourse: a Conceptual Ailants
Catholic and nationalist thinkers of the 19th century (including Donoso Cortés, Menéndez Pelayo and Ángel Ganivet) had a significant influence on the formation of the future Caudillo. This was complemented by a number of more political theorists such as José Antonio Primo de Rivera and Ramiro Ledesm...
‘Ayn al-Quḍāt al-Hamadānī’s intellectual doctrine : between Avicenna’s and al-Ġazālī’s heritage
This PhD thesis aims to analyze the doctrinal system of ‘Ayn al-Quḍāt al-Hamadānī, a thinker who was executed in 525/1132 in Hamadan, Iran. A proclaimed ṣūfī, he was highly inspired by the intellectual tradition established by Abū Ḥāmid al-Ġazālī, and tried to offer a theoretical system, compatible...
Think Christianity in the 19th century. The mystic eruption of Alphonse Gratry (1805-1872)
Hulin, Michel, The wild mystic. Anti-pods of mind
Jean-Jacques Pérennès, Passion Kabul. Father Serge de Beauèle
Jean-Jacques Pérennès traces the life and exceptional spiritual path of his Dominican brother Serge de BeauRecueil (1917-2005). To write this book, the A. goes to Kabul, on the footsteps of Padar Serge de Beaucolet to gather testimonies about the lively, including those of many children who Father S...
Anthropology and aesthetic of belief in Aragon’s poetical œuvre, from Le Crève-cœur to Le Fou d’Elsa (1939-1963)
This doctoral thesis explores the complex set of beliefs espoused by Louis Aragon in his poetical oeuvre from Le Crève-coeur to Le Fou d'Elsa. He drew his inspiration from love and the support for the communist cause. Aragon's life-long commitment to communism was providential and problematic - it p...
Marie de la Trinity. A mystic of obedience
Confession of a fol in God
Voting an uncommon confession. The author describes the spiritual experiences that marked the first decade of his life as a brown secular. He has never stopped meticulating on the pardons received or trying to match the appeal they involved. This book describes his personal path and the conviction h...
Theologico-mystic vocabulary of Islam and particularisms of the confreric lexicon of Hmadcha
Religious experiences and routes of perfection in the medieval West. Studies offered to André Vauchez by his students
In tribute to their master whose scientific work has profoundly renewed the history of Western Christianity in the Middle Ages, students from André Vauchez, a member of the Academy, wanted to offer him the 24 studies gathered in this volume. Rooted in the main thrust of the discussion which he conve...
The mutation of mystic or the reception of cantique cantique in the literature and arts of the first modernity
The Sufi masters and their disciples. 18th centuries of the Hégire (IXth s) Sufi masters and their disciples. 18th centuries of the Hégire (IXth s): education, training and transmission
The texts published in this volume are a contribution to the debates on the origin of Islam mystic, particularly soufism, and its development in the early centuries of the Hegirian era. The difficulty of the approach is twofold: understanding of inherently remote and imprecise origins, and addressin...
The musical interval: between the other and the other
"titrebSummary '/titrebThe basis of the musical structure is the interval between two sounds: time (duration, rhythm) and space (combination of voices/instruments). In musical myths, music is often considered to be of mystic origin. Music makes the relationship audible to the great other (e.g. in In...
Séraphîta and the Bible : Scriptural Sources of Balzac’s Mysticism
Séraphîta (1833-1835) is Honoré de Balzac’s mystical novel in which the author condensed his religious feelings nursed since his youth. In this work he introduced numerous biblical citations and images alongside mystical and theosophical thoughts. The present thesis aims to bring to light the divers...
LOU Andreas-Salomé, a mystic philosopher of the woman
If Lou Andreas-Salomé is mainly known for her relations with big men, this article aims to present her own thoughts by questioning her conceptual constellation through the various disciplines she has been able to practise. His vision is fundamentally embedded in a mystic psycho-philosophy of life. T...
Mystic (Volume 15.0)
The mystic, which seeks an intimate union between man and God, derives its roots from the neoplatonician current of the union to the One. We will follow the thread of neoplatonism, as manifested in the late Roman Empire from Plotin to Proclus, looking at how he irrigated the whole Christian mystic,...
The religious figures in the work of Gustave Flaubert
We deal with religious figures in the work of Gustave Flaubert and the questions they ask, in particular those involving La Tentation de Saint Antoine with Bouvard and Pécuchet. This has led us to deal with the dialogue between religion and science through demonstrators and wise figures. The tragedy...
Who believes in transsubstantiation?
Memory and body in the mystic experiment
Based on the example of several mystic saints, it is shown how a narrative (martyre of a saint or passion of Christ) takes substance in the person’s experience and becomes active in the sense that he or she gives his or her life. This way of predicting the past leads to questioning the relationship...
La bibliothèque fait partie de l'Institut allemand d'études orientales de Beyrouth qui a été fondé en 1961. Au cours des premières années de son existence, la bibliothèque est devenue rapidement une des bibliothèques de recherche orientalistes les plus importantes. Ses collections couvrent les domai...