Emanuel Swedenborg

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Swedish theologian (1688-1772)

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Pero como decia Corbin, en Europa tambien tenemos una "familia de espirituales", de visionarios, como Hildegard von Bingen, Jacob Bohme, Emanuel Swedenborg y William Blake.
Critique: Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772) was a Swedish scientist, nobleman, and theologian who spent his life investigating the mysteries of the soul.
Whitman's remarks about Swedenborg's religious contributions are further amplified when he hails Swedenborg as the preeminent influence on the American intellect: "Indeed his followers, among whom are some of the leading minds of our nation, boldly claim that no man, of any age, is now making more significant marks upon American thought, theology, and literature, than Emanuel Swedenborg.
Attracting Swedenborg scholars from around the world, submitted papers discussed three categories -- Context, Content, and Contribution -- the full breadth of which were recently compiled into Emanuel Swedenborg -- Exploring a "World Memory.
Emanuel Swedenborg writes at the beginning of his book Heaven and Hell (1758): "it has been granted me to be with angels and to talk with them person to person.
Hanegraaff, limns the mystical Christ of Emanuel Swedenborg, focusing on Swedenborg's interpretation of the Trinity.
En 1710 el sueco Emanuel Swedenborg perfecciono la idea para construir un aeroplano, aunque su proyecto no llego a ver la luz.
Chapters 3 through 7, the heart of the Rix's book, deal with Blake's complex relationship to Emanuel Swedenborg.
A Lexicon to the Latin Text of the Theological Writings of Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772).
Cehovsky's view of homeopathy, like that of classical homeopaths Constantine Hering and James Tyler Kent, is greatly influenced by the Swedish philosopher and scientist Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772).
For this reason, Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772), the Swedish prophet, chemist, writer, and mystic is universally recognised as an important formative influence on early Blake, an influence that is registered most clearly in The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (c1790), which is modelled in part on Swedenborg's writings.
Others claiming similar important contributions to the development of flight include Emanuel Swedenborg of Sweden, Clement Agnes Ader of France, Richard William Pearse of New Zealand, Brazil's Alberto Santos-Dumont, and Otto and Gustav Lilienthal of Germany.
This bestselling author and renowned heart surgeon found inspiration for his family life and medical practice through the ideas of the Swedish scientist, philosopher, theologian, and Christian mystic Emanuel Swedenborg.
Written by visionary Emanuel Swedenborg and Translated by Cambridge scholar John Chadwick, Life On Other Planets is a metaphysical text originally published in 1758, recounting the author's otherworldly travels and conversations with spirits from Jupiter, Mars, Mercury, Saturn, Venus, and the moon.
One group of abolitionists who were also emancipationists comprised the followers of the seer Emanuel Swedenborg.