The Mind Has Mountains: The Germanic Mystics from 1100-1960

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Theodore Sabo – Extraordinary Lecturer, North-West University, South Africa

Series: Historical Figures
BISAC: HIS014000; REL047000; REL108020
DOI: 10.52305/OFVL9913

This book traces the history of Germanic mysticism from the nun Hildegard von Bingen to the founding of psychoanalysis. Its focal points are Meister Eckhart, Jacob Boehme, and Idealist philosophy. It takes its readers down what Hopkins called “cliffs of fall, frightful, sheer, no-man-fathomed:” the nothingness of Eckhart’s God beyond God, Boehme’s Ungrund, and the spirit of the depths that Carl Jung termed the collective unconscious.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Nuns, Beguines, and Beghards

Chapter 2. Meister Eckhart

Chapter 3. Eckhart’s Disciples

Chapter 4. The Friends of God and the German Theologian

Chapter 5. Devotio Moderna

Chapter 6. The Early Protestant Mystics

Chapter 7. Hegel the Hermetist

Chapter 8. The German Awakening

Chapter 9. The Last Theosophist

Chapter 10. Jung the Mystic

Bibliography

Index