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Series Renaissance and Baroque studies and texts, ; v. Baroque literature -- History and criticism. Mysticism -- Germany -- History -- 17th century. Mysticism in literature. Angels in literature. Summary The highly condensed and often coded philosophical messages of some of Silesius' epigrams are translated into English and reinterpreted in a way that they reveal their universality and relevance to modern times.

The "Word" is a recurring topic in the Cherubinischer Wandersmann. The "Word" Logos is closely related to the idea of creation. In Angelus Silesius, creation, both divine and human, is a central issue.

The topic of creation is of keen interest to the contemporary reader as well, for it ties in with current theories of mind-matter connections of both post-Einsteinian physicists and contemporary psychoanalysis.

Thus the Silesian "Angel" of seventeenth-century Germany has much to say to the modern reader in all places. Contents The life and times of Johannes Scheffler The Cherubinischer Wandersmann in the literature of Germany Thematic and formal aspects of the Wandersmann Mystical traditions Basic structure of the mystical experience. Santa Teresa de Avila and the question of imagery.

Christian mysticism and Meister Eckhart. Mysticism of the classics. Oriental mysticism. Contemporary mysticism A new translation and interpretation of selected epigrams of the Wandersmann.

Why a new translation. The creative force of the Word. Man the creator, even of God. Angels and their role in creation. Mensch, werde wesentlich. The Now. The point and the circle. The well. Notes Includes bibliographical references p. View online Borrow Buy Freely available Show 0 more links Set up My libraries How do I set up "My libraries"?

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Angelus Silesius

Mein Gott, wie klein ist Gott! Wie ist mein Gott gestalt't? Mensch, Gott gedenket nichts. Schaut doch das Wunder an! Mensch, geh nur in dich selbst! Verwirf nicht, was du hast.


Der cherubinischer Wandersmann

Angelus Silesius c. Born and raised a Lutheran , he adopted the name Angelus Latin for " angel " or " heavenly messenger" and the epithet Silesius " Silesian " on converting to Catholicism in He took holy orders under the Franciscans and was ordained a priest in Ten years later, in , he retired to a Jesuit house where he remained for the rest of his life.

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