'"The Two Types of Unity": Maharal, Sfat Emet and the Dualistic Turn in Late Hasidic Thought'

In Elhanan Reiner (ed.), Maharal - Overtures. Zalman Shazar Center. pp. 411-448 (2015)

Benjamin Brown
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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Keywords Monism  Haidism  Mitnagdim
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