The Unspoken Word: Negative Theology in Meister Eckhart's German Sermons

Catholic University of America Press (2002)

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First Eckhart says, "God is a word, an unspoken word." This sentence recalls the beginning of the Gospel of John, but it is curious that Eckhart alludes to its identification of the Word with God precisely here, right after he asserts God's ineffa- ...
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