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Djalal-od-Din Rumi, Raymond Lulle, Rabbi Abraham Aboulafia, ou, l’Amour du dialogue interconfessionnel


This book is about the extraordinary lives and intellectual thoughts of three mystics of the 13th century, whose spiritual influence is still evident today.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-723-2
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Feb 25,2011
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 164
Language: French
ISBN: 978-1-61143-723-2
$125.00
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This book by Dr. Philippe Gardette is about the lives and thoughts of three mystics of the 13th century, whose spiritual influence is still evident today. Djalal-od-Din Rumi (known to the English-speaking world as Rumi or Mowlana), Raymond Lulle and Rabbi Abraham Aboulafia lived extraordinary lives at different places but shared the common culture of the Mediterranean world and an endless love to humans and to the maker. Their doctrines opened the way for interfaith dialog and provided a chance for exchange between the East and the West, which is still valid today as it was seven centuries ago.

This book by Dr. Philippe Gardette is about the lives and thoughts of three mystics of the 13th century, whose spiritual influence is still evident today. Djalal-od-Din Rumi (known to the English-speaking world as Rumi or Mowlana), Raymond Lulle and Rabbi Abraham Aboulafia lived extraordinary lives at different places but shared the common culture of the Mediterranean world and an endless love to humans and to the maker. Their doctrines opened the way for interfaith dialog and provided a chance for exchange between the East and the West, which is still valid today as it was seven centuries ago.

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Philippe Gardette

  • Sigles (page 9)
  • Introduction (page 11)
  • Chapitre 2 (page 49)
  • Chapitre 3 (page 107)
  • Conclusion (page 141)
  • Bibliographie (page 145)
  • Index (page 161)
  • TABLE DES MATIERES (page 165)
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