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His poetry explores themes of mysticismquietismand pantheism within an orthodox Cherubiniscyer context. Likewise, several truly anonymous works were later misattributed to Silesius, thanks to the same ambiguous initials.

This same line was often referenced in the work of Martin Heidegger — who building on the work of Cherubinischrr and Hegel explored mysticism in many of his works, in which he defines a theory of truth as phenomenal and defying any rational explanation.

Der cherubinische Wandersmann

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WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. Write a review Wandersmanh this item: Finding libraries that hold this item The context intended by Silesius was of man’s realization cheurbinischer his spiritual potential for perfection that he was of the same substance with God in the sense of the mystical divine union or theosis —that experience of direct communion of love between the believer and God as equals.

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Wandersmann this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. In the late s, he sought permission a nihil obstat or imprimatur from Catholic authorities in Vienna and Breslau to begin publishing his poetry. Thirty-nine of these essays he later compiled into a two-volume folio collection entitled Ecclesiologia Angelus Silesius Charles Waldemar.

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Some features of WorldCat will not be available. In many early Eer and Protestant hymnalsthese lyrics were attributed to “anonymous”, rather than admit they were penned by the Catholic Silesius, known for his criticism and advocacy against Protestantism.

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The Lutheran authorities in the Reformed states of the Empire were not tolerant of Scheffler’s increasing mysticism, and he was publicly attacked and denounced as a heretic. Advanced Search Find a Library. Abdruck der ersten ausgabe von