Vértigo y éxtasis. La dialéctica entre mística e historia en el judaísmo medieval español

A marked Singularity can be find in the Judaism from its origin. People marked by the historic, however, Jewish history itself has forces that limit the continuity and remove substance to the mechanical succession of chronology. There is history, time and chronology, as also the emergence and irruption of alternative temporary conditions, paradoxical experiences of collective existence in time. The Iberian peninsula will be during the Middle Ages the area of this ceremony of the overflow of the human spirit.
Keywords Cabbala  Cábala  Historia  History  Judaism  Judaísmo  Mesianismo  Messianism  Political theology.  Sefarad  Sepharad  Teología política
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DOI 10.5209/ASHF.56801
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