OLD WORLDS, NEW MIRRORS: On Jewish Mysticism and Twentieth-Century Thought
A new Jewish elite emerged in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, no longer made up of prophets, priests, or rabbis but of intellectuals writing for an audience not defined by any one set of religious beliefs. Idel focuses on these figures and the mystical aspects of their writings.
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