Rachel Elior

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Rachel Elior

Rachel Elior – (Israele, 28 dicembre 1949) , professore di filosofia ebraica e misticismo presso l'Università Ebraica di Gerusalemme, in Israele[1].

Bibliografia[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

  • Memory and Oblivion: The Secret of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Van Leer Institute and Hakibutz haMeuchad, 2009
  • The Dybbuk and Jewish Women, Jerusalem and New York, Urim Publications, 2008
  • Rachel Elior, Yudith Nave and Arthur B. Millman, Jewish Mysticism: The Infinite Expression of Freedom, Portland, Oregon, Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 2007, ISBN 1-874774-67-6, OCLC 76184139.
  • Rachel Elior, The Mystical Origins of Hasidism, trad. Shalom Carmy, Portland, Oregon, Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 2006, ISBN 1-874774-84-6, OCLC 65978708.
  • Heikhalot Literature and Merkavah Tradition Ancient Jewish Mysticism and its Sources, Tel Aviv: Yediot Ahronot; Sifrei Hemed: 2004 (Hebrew) ISBN 978-965-511-145-3
  • Rachel Elior, The Three Temples: On the Emergence of Jewish Mysticism, Portland, Oregon, Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 2004, ISBN 1-874774-66-8, OCLC 53223716.
  • Herut al Haluhot – Studies in the Mystical Foundations of Hasidism, Tel Aviv: Broad Cast University: Defense Ministry Press 1999.
  • Paneiah ha-Shonot shel ha-Herut -Iyunim be-Mistika Yehudit (Alpayim 15, Am Oved 1998)
  • Rachel Elior, The Paradoxical Ascent to God: The Kabbalistic Theosophy of Habad Hasidism, Albany, New York, State University of New York Press, 1993, ISBN 0-7914-1045-5, OCLC 24378568.
  • Torat HaElohut BaDor haSheni shel Hasidut Habad, Jerusalem: Hebrew University: Magnes Press 1982 (Hebrew)
  • Heikhalot Zutarti: An Early Mystical Manuscript of the Mishnaic Talmudic Period, Jerusalem: Hebrew University: Magnes Press 1982 (Hebrew)
  • Galia Raza: 16th Century Kabbalistic Manuscript, Jerusalem: Hebrew University 1981 (Hebrew)
  • Yehudah Liebes, "Children of the sun vs. children of the moon" Haaretz 4/6/2003
  • Sacha Stern, "Rachel Elior on Ancient Jewish Calendars: A Critique" Aleph: Historical Studies in Science and Judaism - Volume 5, 2005, pp. 287–292
  • Peter Schaffer, Critical edition of Heikhalot Zutarti, Tarbiz 54 (1985)Hebrew, critical review of her work
  • David Tamar, Critical review of her edition of Galia Razia Jerusalem Studies in Jewish Thought 2 Hebrew (1983)

Note[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

  1. ^ Etta Prince Gibson, Hear me roar in Jerusalem Post, 24/12/2004.

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