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History of Knowledge: New Blog Post on “Kabbalah and Knowledge Transfers in Early Modernity”

“As the History of Knowledge blog aims to facilitate scholarly exchange related to the field, the editors wish to highlight this recent special issue about “Kabbalah and Knowledge Transfers in Early Modernity” by reproducing the editors’ foreword here with the permission of Brill, the journal’s publisher. The foreword explains the history of knowledge perspective that the contributors applied to the translations, revisions, and appropriations of kabbalistic texts from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries and provides a brief introduction to the nine articles in the issue. Parts of the special issue are available in “free access” here. […]”

See the full post here.

Jerusalem, The National Library of Israel, Ms. Heb. 4°908, fols. 170v–171r
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[Suggested Citation: Agata Paluch and Patrick Benjamin Koch, “Kabbalah and Knowledge Transfers in Early Modernity,” History of Knowledge, May 4, 2023, https://historyofknowledge.net/2023/05/04/kabbalah-and-knowledge-transfers-in-early-modernity/.]


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esknowcirc (May 4, 2023). History of Knowledge: New Blog Post on “Kabbalah and Knowledge Transfers in Early Modernity”. Knowledge in Circulation. Retrieved July 24, 2024 from https://doi.org/10.58079/oioe


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