Yearnings of the soul psychological thought in modern kabbalah by prof jonathan garb is an engrossing and extremely rewarding monograph an interdisciplinary study of a variety of mystical traditions about the heart and the soul. In yearnings of the soul psychological thought in modern kabbalah jonathan garb the gershom scholem professor in the department of jewish thought at the hebrew university of jerusalem explores the rich psychological tradition in modern kabbalah and modern mysticism tracing kabbalistic writing from sixteenth century safed to contemporary . In yearnings of the soul jonathan garb uncovers a crucial thread in the story of modern kabbalah and modern mysticism more generally psychologyreturning psychology to its roots as an attempt to understand the soul he traces the manifold interactions between psychology and spirituality that have arisen over five centuries of kabbalistic writing from sixteenth century. For the first time yearnings of the soul psychological thought in modern kabbalah takes up one of the most central topics in modern kabbalah as well as modern mysticism in general psychological thought tracing the manifold understandings of the soul and the heart over five centuries of kabbalistic writing the book demonstrates that modern kabbalah has a rich psychological thought of its . The return of the soul psychology and modern kabbalah the safedian revolution psychological theories national psychology the soul and the heart in twentieth century kabbalah modern mystical psychology a comparative view the soul of the nomian responsibility jonathan garb
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