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Fonti primarieModifica

  • Abulafia, Abraham. Gan Naʿul. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 2000.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Ḥayyei ha-ʿOlam ha-Baʾ. III ed. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 1999.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Imrei Šefer. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 1999.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Mafteaḥ ha-Ḥokhmot. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 2001.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Mafteaḥ ha-Raʿayon. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 2002.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Mafteaḥ ha-Sefirot. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 2001.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Mafteaḥ ha-Šemot. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 2001.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Mafteaḥ ha-Tokhaḥot. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 2001.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Maṣref ha-Śekhel. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 2001.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Maṣref la-Kesef ve-Kur la-Zahav. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 2001.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Or ha-Śekhel. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 2001.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Or ha-Śekhel. Cur. Matityahu Safrin. Gerusalemme, 1999.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Oṣar ʿEden Ganuz. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 2000.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Peruš Sefer Yeṣirah. Cur. Israel Weinstock. Gerusalemme: Mossad ha-Rav Kook, 1984.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Sefer Geʾulah. Cur. Raphael Cohen. Gerusalemme, 2001.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Sefer ha-Ḥešeq. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 2002.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Sefer ha-Melammed. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 2002.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Sefer ha-Meliṣ. Printed in Abulafia’s Maṣref ha-S´ ekhel. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 2001.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. "Sefer ha-Ôt. Apokalypse des Pseudo-Propheten und Pseudo-Messias Abraham Abulafia vollendet in Jahre 1285". In Jubelschrift zum Siebzigsten Geburstage des Prof. Dr. H. Graetz, cur. Adolph Jellinek, 65–88. Breslau, 1887.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Sefer Ḥayyei ha-Nefeš. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 2001.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Šomer Miṣwah. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 2001.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. Sitrei Torah. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 2002.
  • Abulafia, Abraham. "We-Zot li-Yehudah". In Ginzei Ḥokhmat ha-Qabbalah, cur. Adolph Jellinek. Leipzig: A.M. Colditz, 1853.
  • Albalag, Isaac. Sefer Tiqqun ha-Deʿot. Cur. Georges Vajda. Gerusalemme: Israel Academy for Sciences and Humanities, 1973.
  • Anonymous. Sefer ha-Qanah. Koretz: 1784.
  • Anonymous. Tišʿah Peraqim bi-Yiḥud. Cur. Georges Vajda. Qoveṣ ʿAl Yad [NS] 5 (1951): 103–37.
  • Anonymous (Attribuito in stampa a Abulafia). Ner Elohim. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 2002.
  • Anonymous (Attribuito in stampa a Abulafia). Sefer ha-Ṣeruf. Cur. Amnon Gross. Gerusalemme, 2004.
  • Aristotle. Aristotle’s De Anima. Translated into Hebrew by Zeraḥyah ben Isaac ben Shealtiel Ḥen. A Critical Edition. Cur & trad. Gerrit Bos. Leiden: Brill, 1994.
  • Ashkenazi, Joseph. Commentary on Genesis Rabbah. Cur. Moshe Hallamish. Gerusalemme: Magnes Press, 1984.
  • Ashkenazi, Joseph. Commentary on Sefer Yeṣirah. Gerusalemme, 1961.
  • Averroes [Ibn Rushd]. Tahāfut al-Tahāfut (The Incoherence of Incoherence). Trad. Simon Van den Bergh. 2 voll. E.J.W. Gibb Memorial Series. Londra: Oxford University Press, 1954.
  • Averroes [Ibn Rushd]. The Epistle on the Possibility of Conjunction with the Active Intellect by Ibn Rushd with the Commentary of Moses Narboni. Cur. Kalman P. Bland. New York: Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1982.
  • Averroes [Ibn Rushd]. Über die Möglichkeit der Conjunktion oder über den materiellen Intellect. Cur. Ludwig Hanne. Halle: 1892.
  • Bacon, Roger. "Opus Tertium". In Opera Inedita, cur. John S. Brewer 1:3–310. Londra: Longman Green, 1859.
  • Baḥya ben Asher. Bahya on the Torah. Cur. Chaim D. Chavel. 3 voll. Gerusalemme: Mossad ha-Rav Kook, 1967.
  • Baḥya ibn Paqudah. Ḥovot ha-Levavot. Trad. Judah ibn Tibbon. Cur. Abraham Tzifroni e Yehuda Toporowsky. Tel Aviv: Mahbarot le-Sifrut, 1959.
  • Bedershi, Abraham ben Isaac. Ḥotam Tokhnit. Cur. Gavriel Pollak. Amsterdam: Levison and Proops, 1865.
  • Ben Saʿadyah Ḥarʾar, Nathan. Le Porte Della Giustizia. Cur. Moshe Idel. Trad. Maurizio Mottolese. Milano: Adelphi, 2001.
  • Ben Saʿadyah Ḥarʾar, Nathan. Sefer Šaʿarei Ṣedeq. Cur. Joseph E. Porush. Gerusalemme, 1989.
  • Ben Samuel di Acre, Isaac. Sefer Meʾirat ʿEinayyim. Cur. Amos Goldreich. Gerusalemme: Hebrew University, 1984.
  • Ben Sheshet, Jacob. Mešiv Devarim Nekhoḥim. Cur. Georges Vajda. Gerusalemme: Israeli Academy for Sciences and Humanities, 1968.
  • Cordovero, Moses. Or Yaqar. 16 voll. Gerusalemme: Aḥuzat Yiśraʾel, 1981.
  • Dante Alighieri. De l’éloquence en vulgaire. Trad. Irène Rosier-Catach. Paris: Fayard, 2011.
  • Gikatilla, Joseph. Ginnat Egoz. Gerusalemme: Yešivat Ahavah we-Ḥayyim, 1989.
  • Hillel di Verona. Sefer Tagmulei ha-Nefeš. Cur. Joseph B. Sermoneta. Gerusalemme: Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, 1981.
  • Ibn Kaspi, Joseph. Maśkiyyot ha-Kesef. Cur. Salomo Werbluner. Frankfurt am Main, 1848. Rist. in Šlošah Qadmonei Mefaršei ha-Moreh. Gerusalemme, 1961.
  • Ibn Falaquera, Shem Tov. Moreh ha-Moreh, cur. Yair Shiffman. Gerusalemme: World Union of Jewish Studies, 2001.
  • Ibn Falaquera, Shem Tov. Sefer ha-Maʿalot. Cur. Ludwik Venetianer. Berlin, 1894.
  • Ibn Tibbon, Samuel. Commentary on Ecclesiastes: The Book of the Soul of Man. Cur. James T. Robinson. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2007.
  • Ibn Tibbon, Samuel. Otot ha-Shamayim: Samuel ibn Tibbon’s Hebrew Version of Aristotle’s Meteorology. Cur. Resianne Fontaine. Leiden: Brill, 1995.
  • Jacob Joseph di Polonnoye. Sefer Ṣafnat Paʿaneaḥ. Cur. Gedalya Nigal. Gerusalemme: ha-Makhon le-ḥeqer ha-sifrut ha-Ḥasidit, 1989.
  • Maimonides. The Guide of the Perplexed. 2 voll. Trad. Shlomo Pines. Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1963.
  • Mekhiltaʾ de-Rashby on Exodus. Cur. Yaakov N. Epstein e Ezra Z. Melamed. Gerusalemme: Mekize Nirdamim, 1959.
  • Moses de Leon. The Book of the Pomegranate. Cur. Elliot R. Wolfson. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1988.
  • Moshe di Kiev. R. Šušan Sodot. Koretz: 1784.
  • Nahmanides. Kitvei ha-Ramban. 2 voll. Cur. Chaim D. Chavel. Gerusalemme, Mosad ha-Rav Kook 1963.
  • Narboni, Moses. Der Commentar des Rabbi Moses Narbonensis, Philosophen aus dem XIV. Jahrhundert, zu dem Werke More Nebuchim des Maimonides. Cur. Jakob Goldenthal. Vienna: K.K. Hof- und Staatsdruckerei, 1852.
  • Spinoza, Baruch. Treatise of the Emendation of the Intellect. Trad. Robert Harvey Monroe Elwes as On the Improvement of Understanding. New York: Dover Books, 1955.
  • Viṭal, Ḥayyim. Šaʿarei Qedušah. Gerusalemme: 1973.
  • Viṭal, Ḥayyim (attribuito a). "The Fourth Part of Šaʿarei Qedušah". In Ketavim Ḥadašim me-Rabbenu Ḥayyim Viṭal, cur. Nathanel Safrin. Gerusalemme: Ahavat Shalom, 1988: 1–32.

Fonti secondarieModifica

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  • Abrams, Daniel. Kabbalistic Manuscripts and Textual Theory. Gerusalemme: Magnes Press, 2011.
  • Abrams, Daniel. "Metatron and Jesus: The Long Durée of Rabbinic and Kabbalistic Traditions: An Eighteenth-Century Manual of Christian Proselytising in German and Yiddish". Kabbalah 27 (2012): 13–105.
  • Abrams, Daniel. "Orality in the Kabbalistic School of Nahmanides: Preserving and Interpreting Esoteric Traditions and Texts". Jewish Studies Quarterly 2 (1995): 85–102.
  • Abrams, Daniel. R. Asher ben David: His Complete Works and Studies in His Kabbalistic Thought: Including the Commentaries to the Account of Creation by the Kabbalists of Provence and Gerona. Los Angeles: Cherub Press, 1996.
  • Abrams, Daniel. "‘The Book of Illumination’ of Rabbi Jacob ben Jacob Ha-Kohen: A Synoptic Edition from Various Manuscripts". (HE) PhD diss., New York University, 1993.
  • Abrams, Daniel. "The Invention of the Zohar as a Book: On the Assumptions and Expectations of the Kabbalists and Modern Scholars". Kabbalah 19 (2009): 7–142.
  • Abrams, Daniel. "The Literary Emergence of Esotericism in German Pietism". Shofar 12, no. 2 (1994): 67–85.
  • Abulafia, David. Frederick II: A Medieval Emperor. Londra: Pimlico, 1988.
  • Abulafia, David. "The Aragonese Kings of Naples and the Jews". In The Jews of Italy, Memory and Identity, cur. Bernard Dov Cooperman e Barbara Garvin, 82–106. Bethesda, MD: University of Maryland Press, 2000.
  • Ackerman, Ari. "Zerahia Halevi Saladin and Joseph Albo on Natural, Conventional and Divine Law". Jewish Studies Quarterly 20 (2013): 315–39.
  • Afterman, Adam. "And They Shall Be One Flesh": On the Language of Mystical Union in Judaism. Leiden: Brill, 2016.
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  • Huss, Boaz. “The Formation of Jewish Mysticism and Its Impact on the Reception of Rabbi Abraham Abulafia in Contemporary Kabbalah.” In Religion and Its Others, cur. Heicke Bock, Jorg Feuchter, and Michi Knechts, 142–62. Frankfurt: Campus, 2008.
  • Huss, Boaz. “The Mystification of the Kabbalah and the Myth of Jewish Mysticism.” (HE) Peʿamim 110 (2007): 9–30. English version in BGU Review: A Journal of Israeli Culture 2 (2008): 9–30.
  • Huss, Boaz. “The Theology of the Research of Jewish Mysticism.” (HE) In Jewish Thought and Jewish Belief, cur. Daniel J. Lasker, 15:33–54. Beer-Sheba: The Goldstein-Goren Library of Jewish Thought, 2012.
  • Hyman, Arthur. “Averroes’ Theory of the Intellect and the Ancient Commentators.” In Averroes and the Aristotelian Tradition: Sources, Constitution and Reception of the Philosophy of Ibn Rushd (1126–1198), cur. Gerhard Endress and Jan A. Aertsen, 188–98. Leiden: Brill, 1999.
  • Hyman, Arthur. “Maimonides on Creation and Emanation.” In Studies in Medieval Philosophy, cur. John F. Wippel, 45–62. Washington: Catholic University of America Press, 1987.
  • Hyman, Arthur. “Maimonides on Religious Language.” In Perspectives on Maimonides: Philosophical and Historical Studies, cur. Joel Kraemer, 175–91. Oxford: Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 1991.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Abraham Abulafia: A Kabbalist ‘Son of God’ on Jesus and Christianity.” In Jesus Among the Jews: Representation and Thought, cur. Neta Stahl, 60–93. Londra: Routledge, 2012.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Abraham Abulafia and the Pope: The Meaning and the Metamorphosis of an Abortious Attempt.” (HE) AJS Review 7–8 (1982/83): 1–17. Reprinted in Chapters in Ecstatic Kabbalah, 51–74, 69–70. Gerusalemme: Akademon, 1990.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Abraham Abulafia: Between Magic of Names and Kabbalah of Names.” (HE) Maḥanayyim 14 (2003): 79–95.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Abraham Abulafia, Gershom Scholem, and Rabbi David ha-Kohen [ha-Nazir].” (HE) In Derekh ha-Ruaḥ: Jubilee Volume in Honor of Eliezer Schweid, cur. Yehoshua Amir, 2:787–802. Gerusalemme: Hebrew University and Van Leer Institute, 2005.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Abraham Abulafia’s Works and Doctrine.” (HE) PhD diss., Hebrew University, 1976.
  • Idel, Moshe. Absorbing Perfections: Kabbalah and Interpretation. New Haven/Londra: Yale University Press, 2002.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Abulafia’s Secrets of the Guide: A Linguistic Turn.” In Perspectives on Jewish Thought and Mysticism, cur. Alfred Ivry, Elliot R. Wolfson, and Allan Arkush, 289–329. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers, 1998.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Adonay Sefatay Tiftaḥ. Models of Understanding Prayer in Early Hasidism.” Kabbalah 18 (2008): 7–111.
  • Idel, Moshe. “An Anonymous Commentary on Shir ha-Yiḥud.” In Mysticism, Magic and Kabbalah in Ashkenazi Judaism, cur. Karl- Erich Grözinger and Joseph Dan, 139–54. Berlin: de Gruyter, 1995.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Androgynes: Reflections on the Study of Religion.” In Labirinti della mente: Visioni del mondo. Il lascito intellettuale di Elémire Zolla nel XXI secolo, cur. Grazia Marchianò, 17–48. Torrita di Siena: Società Bibliografica Toscana, 2012.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Ascensions, Gender, and the Notion of Pillars in Safedian Kabbalah.” Kabbalah 25 (2011): 55–107.
  • Idel, Moshe. Ascensions on High in Jewish Mysticism: Pillars, Lines, Ladders. Budapest/New York: Central European University Press, 2005.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Ashkenazi Esotericism and Kabbalah in Barcelona.” Hispania Judaica Bulletin 5 (2007): 63–113.
  • Idel, Moshe. “A Unique Manuscript of an Untitled Treatise of Abraham Abulafia in Biblioteca Laurentiana Medicea.” Kabbalah 17 (2008): 7–28.
  • Idel, Moshe. Ben: Sonship and Jewish Mysticism. Londra/New York: Continuum, 2007.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Commentaries on the Secret of ʿIbbur in 13th-Century Kabbalah and Their Significance for the Understanding of the Kabbalah at Its Inception and Its Development.” (HE) Daʿat 72 (2012): 5–49; 73 (2012): 5–44.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Defining Kabbalah: The Kabbalah of the Divine Names.” In Mystics of the Book: Themes, Topics, and Typology, cur. Robert A. Herrera, 97–122. New York: Peter Lang, 1993.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Definitions of Prophecy: Maimonides and Abulafia.” (HE) In Maimonides and Mysticism: Presented to Moshe Hallamish on the Occasion of His Retirement, cur. Avraham Elqayam and Dov Schwartz, Daʿat 64–66 (2009): 1–36.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Deus sive Natura—The Metamorphosis of a Dictum from Maimonides to Spinoza.” In Maimonides and the Sciences, cur. Robert S. Cohen and Hillel Levine, 87–110. Dordrecht: Springer, 2000.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Dignitates and Kavod: Two Theological Concepts in Catalan Mysticism.” Studia Luliana 36 (1996): 69–78.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Divine Attributes and Sefirot in Jewish Theology.” (HE) In Studies in Jewish Thought, cur. Sara O. Heller-Willensky and Moshe Idel, 87–112. Gerusalemme: Magnes Press, 1989.
  • Idel, Moshe. Enchanted Chains: Techniques and Rituals in Jewish Mysticism. Los Angeles: Cherub Press, 2005.
  • Idel, Moshe. Estudios sobre la cábala en Cataluña. Trad. Javier Guerrero. Barcelona: Alpha Decay, 2016.
  • Idel, Moshe. “From Italy to Ashkenaz and Back: On the Circulation of Jewish Mystical Traditions.” Kabbalah 14 (2006): 47–94.
  • Idel, Moshe. “From ‘Or Ganuz’ to ‘Or Torah’: A Chapter in the Phenomenology of Jewish Mysticism.” (HE) Migwan Deʿot be-Yiśraʾel 11 (2002): 37–46.
  • Idel, Moshe. “From Structure to Performance: On the Divine Body and Human Action in the Kabbalah.” (HE) Mišqafayyim 32 (1998):3–6.
  • Idel, Moshe. Golem: Jewish Magical and Mystical Traditions on the Artificial Anthropoid. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1990.
  • Idel, Moshe. Hasidism: Between Ecstasy and Magic. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1995.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Hekhalot Literature: The Mystical-Ecstatic Model and Their Reverberations.” (HE) Maddaʿei ha-Yahadut 52 (2017): 191–202.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Hermeticism and Kabbalah.” In Hermetism from Late Antiquity to Humanism, cur. Paolo Lucentini, Ilaria Parri, and Vittoria Perrone Compagni, 389–408. Brepols: Turnhout, 2004.
  • Idel, Moshe. “‘Higher than Time’: Observations of Some Concepts of Time in Kabbalah and Hasidism.” In Time and Eternity in Jewish Mysticism, cur. Brian Ogren, 179–210. Leiden: Brill, 2015.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Hitbodedut: On Solitude in Jewish Mysticism.” In Einsamkeit, cur. Aleida Assmann and Jan Assmann, 189–212. Munich: Fink, 2000.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Holding an Orb in His Hand: The Angel ʿAnafiʾel and a Late Antiquity Helios Mosaic.” Ars Judaica 9 (2013): 19–44.
  • Idel, Moshe. “‘In a Whisper’: On Transmission of Shi’ur Qomah and Kabbalistic Secrets in Jewish Mysticism.” Rivista di storia e letteratura religiosa 47, no. 3 (2011): 433–488.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Incantations, Lists, and ‘Gates of Sermons’ in the Circle of Rabbi Nehemiah ben Solomon the Prophet, and Their Influences.” (HE) Tarbiz 77 (2008): 499–507.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Jewish Kabbalah and Platonism in the Middle Ages and Renaissance.” In Neoplatonism and Jewish Thought, cur. Lenn E. Goodman, 318–51. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1992.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Jewish Mysticism and Muslim Mysticism.” (HE) Maḥanayyim [NS] 1 (1991): 28–33.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Kabbalah in Byzantium: A Preliminary Inquiry.” (HE) Kabbalah 18 (2008): 199–208.
  • Idel, Moshe. Kabbalah in Italy, 1280–1510: A Survey. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2010.
  • Idel, Moshe. Kabbalah: New Perspectives. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1990.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Kabbalistic Material from Rabbi David ben Judah he-Hasid’s School.” (HE) JSIT 2 (1983): 167–207.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Kabbalistic Prayer and Colors.” In Approaches to Judaism in Medieval Times, cur. David R. Blumenthal, 3:17–27. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1988.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Kawwanah and Colors: A Neglected Kabbalistic Responsum.” (HE) In Tribute to Sara: Studies in Jewish Philosophy and Kabbalah Presented to Professor Sara O. Heller Wilensky, cur. Moshe Idel, Devorah Dimant, and Shalom Rosenberg, 1–14. Gerusalemme: Magnes Press, 1994.
  • Idel, Moshe. Language, Torah, and Hermeneutics in Abraham Abulafia. Trad. Menahem Kallus. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1989.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Lawyers and Mystics in Judaism: A Prolegomenon for a Study of Prophecy in Jewish Mysticism.” In The Joseph and Gwendolyn Straus Institute Working Papers, 3–42. New York: New York University, 2010.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Maimonides’ Guide of the Perplexed and the Kabbalah.” Jewish History 18 (2004): 197–226.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Male and Female”: Equality, Female’s Theurgy, and Eros—Rabbi Moshe Cordovero’s Dual Ontology. Forthcoming.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Memento Dei—Remarks on Remembering in Judaism.” In Il senso della memoria, Atti dei convegni Lincei, 143–94. Rome: Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, 2003.
  • Idel, Moshe. Messianic Mystics. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1998.
  • Idel, Moshe. Mircea Eliade: From Magic to Myth. New York: Peter Lang, 2014.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Modes of Cleaving to the Letters in the Teachings of Israel Baʿal Shem Tov: A Sample Analysis.” Jewish History 27 (2013): 299–317.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Mongol Invasions and Astrology: Two Sources of Apocalyptic Elements in 13th-Century Kabbalah.” Hispania Judaica Bulletin 10 (2014): 145–68.
  • Idel, Moshe. “More on Middat Ḥesed.” (HE) JSIT 4 (1984/85): 219–22.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Moses Gaster on Jewish Mysticism and the Book of the Zohar.” (HE) In New Developments in Zohar Studies, cur. Ronit Meroz, Teʿudah 21–22 (2007): 111–27.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Multilingual Gematrias in Abraham Abulafia and Their Significance: From the Bible to Text to Language.” In Niṭʿei Ilan: Studies in Hebrew and Related Fields Presented to IIan Eldar (HE) , cur. Moshe Bar Asher and Irit Meir, 193–223. Gerusalemme: Carmel, 2014.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Multiple Forms of Redemption in Kabbalah and Hasidism.” JQR 101 (2011): 27–70.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Mystical Redemption and Messianism in R. Israel Baʿal Shem Tov’s Teachings.” Kabbalah 24 (2011): 7–121.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Nahmanides: Kabbalah, Halakhah and Spiritual Leadership.” In Jewish Mystical Leaders and Leadership, cur. Moshe Idel and Mortimer Ostow, 15–96. Northvale: Jason Aronson, 1998.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Nišmat Eloha: On the Divinity of the Soul in Nahmanides and His School.” (HE) In Life as a Midrash. Perspectives in Jewish Psychology, curr. Shahar Arzy, Michal Fachler, e Baruch Kahana, 338–80. Tel Aviv: Yediyot Aharonot, 2004.
  • Idel, Moshe. Nocturnal Kabbalists. (HE) Gerusalemme: Carmel, 2006.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Notes in the Wake of the Medieval Jewish-Christian Polemic.” Immanuel 18 (1984):54–63.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Notes of Medieval Jewish–Christian Polemics’.” (HE) JSIT 3 (1983/84): 689–98.
  • Idel, Moshe. Old Worlds, New Mirrors: On Jewish Mysticism and Twentieth-Century Thought. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010.
  • Idel, Moshe. “On Apocalypticism in Judaism.” In Progress, Apocalypse, and Completion of History and Life After Death of the Human Person in the World Religions, cur. Peter Koslowski, 40–79. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2002.
  • Idel, Moshe. “On Maimonides in Nahmanides and His School and Some Reflections.” In Between Rashi and Maimonides: Themes in Medieval Jewish Thought, Literature and Exegesis, cur. Ephraim Kanarfogel and Moshe Sokolow, 131–64. New York: Michael Scharf Publication Trust of the Yeshiva University Press, 2010.
  • Idel, Moshe. “On Paradise in Jewish Mysticism.” In The Cradle of Creativity, cur. Chemi Ben-Noon, 609–44. Ramot: Hod ha-Sharon, 2004.
  • Idel, Moshe. “On Rabbi Nehemiah ben Solomon the Prophet’s Commentaries on the Name of Forty-Two and Sefer ha-Ḥokhmah Attributed to Rabbi Eleazar of Worms.” (HE) Kabbalah 14 (2006): 157–261.
  • Idel, Moshe. “On Symbolic Self-Interpretations in Thirteenth-Century Jewish Writings.” Hebrew University Studies in Literature and the Arts 16 (1988): 90–96.
  • Idel, Moshe. “On Symmetric Histories and Their Termination: On the Prophecy of Rabbi Nehemiah ben Solomom the Prophet.” In Studies in Jewish History Presented to Joseph Hacker (HE) , cur. Yaron Ben-Na’eh, Moshe Idel, Jeremy Cohen, and Yosef Kaplan, 92–123. Gerusalemme: Shazar Center, 2013.
  • Idel, Moshe. “On the Concept of Ṣimṣum in Kabbalah and Its Research.” (HE) In Lurianic Kabbalah, cur. Rachel Elior and Yehuda Liebes, 59–112. Gerusalemme: Hebrew University, 1992.
  • Idel, Moshe. “On the History of the Interdiction against the Study of Kabbalah before the Age of Forty.” AJS Review 5 (1980): 1–20.
  • Idel, Moshe. “On the Identity of the Authors of Two Ashkenazi Commentaries to the Poem ha-Aderet we-ha-Emunah and the Concepts of Theurgy and Glory in Rabbi Eleazar of Worms.” (HE) Kabbalah 29 (2013): 67–208.
  • Idel, Moshe. “On the Language of Ecstatic Experiences in Jewish Mysticism.” In Religionen—Die Religiöse Erfahrung (Religions—The Religious Experience), cur. Matthias Riedl and Tilo Schabert, 43–84. Würzburg: Verlag Königshausen & Neumann, 2008.
  • Idel, Moshe. “On the Meanings of the Term ‘Kabbalah’: Between the Prophetic Kabbalah and the Kabbalah of Sefirot in the 13th Century.” (HE) Peʿamim 93 (2002): 39–76.
  • Idel, Moshe. “On the Performing Body in Theosophical-Theurgical Kabbalah: Some Preliminary Remarks.” In The Jewish Body: Corporeality, Society, and Identity in the Renaissance and Early Modern Period, cur. Maria Dielmling and Giuseppe Veltri, 251–71. Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2009.
  • Idel, Moshe. “On the Secrets of the Torah in Abraham Abulafia.” (HE) In Religion and Politics in Jewish Thought: Essays in Honor of Aviezer Ravitzky, cur. Benjamin Brown, Menachem Lorberbaum, Avinoam Rosnak, and Yedidyah Z. Stern, 1:387–409. Gerusalemme: Shazar Center, 2012.
  • Idel, Moshe. “On the Theologization of Kabbalah in Modern Scholarship.” In Religious Apologetics —Philosophical Argumentation, cur. Yossef Schwartz and Volkhard Krech, 123–74. Tübingen: Mohr, 2004.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Orienting, Orientalizing or Disorienting the Study of Kabbalah: ‘An Almost Absolutely Unique’ Case of Occidentalism.” Kabbalah 2 (1997): 13–48.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Performance, Intensification and Experience in Jewish Mysticism.” Archaeus 13 (2009): 93–134.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Prayer, Ecstasy, and Alien Thoughts in the Besht’s Religious Worldview.” (HE) In Let the Old Make Way for the New: Studies in the Social and Cultural History of Eastern European Jewry Presented to Immanuel Etkes, Volume I: Hasidism and the Musar Movement, cur. David Assaf and Ada Rapoport-Albert, 57–120. Gerusalemme: Shazar Center, 2009.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Prophets and Their Impact in the High Middle Ages: A Subculture of Franco-German Jewry.” In Regional Identities and Cultures of Medieval Jews, cur. Javier Castano, Talya Fishman, and Ephraim Kanarfogel, 285–338. Londra: Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 2018.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Ramon Lull and Ecstatic Kabbalah: A Preliminary Observation.” Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 51 (1988): 170–74.
  • Idel, Moshe. “R. Israel Baʿal Shem Tov ‘In the State of Walachia’: Widening the Besht’s Cultural Panorama.” In Holy Dissent: Jewish and Christian Mystics in Eastern Europe, cur. Glenn Dynner, 104–30. Wayne State University Press, Detroit, 2011.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Rabbi Menahem Mendel of Shklov and Rabbi Abraham Abulafia.” (HE) In The Vilna Gaon and His Disciples, cur. Moshe Hallamish, Yosef Rivlin, and Raphael Shuhat, 173–83. Ramat-Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press, 2003.
  • Idel, Moshe. Rabbi Menahem Recanati the Kabbalist. (HE) Tel Aviv: Schocken, 1998.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Rabbi Nathan ben Saʿadyah Ḥarʾar, the author of Shaʿarei Tzedeq and Its Influence in the Land of Israel.” (HE) Šalem 7 (1992): 47–58.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Sabbath: On Concepts of Time in Jewish Mysticism.” In Sabbath: Idea, History, Reality, cur. Gerald Blidstein, 57–93. Beer-Sheva: Ben-Gurion University Press, 2004.
  • Idel, Moshe. Saturn’s Jews: On the Witches’ Sabbat and Sabbateanism. Londra/ New York: Continuum, 2011.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Sefer Yeṣirah and Its Commentaries in the Writings of Rabbi Abraham Abulafia.” (HE) Tarbiz 79 (2011): 471–556.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Sefirot above Sefirot.” (HE) Tarbiz 51 (1982): 239–80.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Sitre ʿArayot in Maimonides’ Thought.” In Maimonides and Philosophy, cur. Shlomo Pines and Yirmiyahu Yovel, 7–91. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1986.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Solomon Maimon and Kabbalah.” Kabbalah 28 (2012): 57–105.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Some Concepts of Time and History in Kabbalah.” In Jewish History and Jewish Memory: Essays in Honor of Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi, cur. Elisheva Carlebach, John M. Efron, e David N. Myers, 153–88. Hanover: Brandeis University Press, 1998.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Some Forlorn Writings of a Forgotten Ashkenazi Prophet: R. Nehemiah ben Shlomo ha-Naviʾ.” JQR 96 (2005): 183–96.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Some Images of Maimonides in Jewish Mysticism.” Studia Judaica 17 (2009): 36–63.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Some Remarks on Ritual and Mysticism in Geronese Kabbalah.” JJTP 3 (1993): 111–30.
  • Idel, Moshe. Studies in Ecstatic Kabbalah. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1989.
  • Idel, Moshe. The Angelic World: Apotheosis and Theophany. (HE) Tel-Aviv: Yedioth Ahronoth, 2008.
  • Idel, Moshe. “The Attitude to Christianity in Sefer ha-Meshiv.” Immanuel 12 (1981): 77–95.
  • Idel, Moshe. “The Battle of the Urges: Psychomachia in the Prophetic Kabbalah of Abraham Abulafia.” (HE) In Peace and War in Jewish Culture, cur. Avriel Bar-Levav, 99–143. Gerusalemme: Shazar Center, 2006.
  • Idel, Moshe. “The Beginnings of the Kabbalah in North Africa? The Forgotten Document of Rabbi Yehudah ben Nissim ibn Malka.” (HE) Peʿamim 43 (1990): 4–15.
  • Idel, Moshe. “The Camouflaged Sacred in Mircea Eliade’s Self-Perception, Literature and Scholarship.” In Hermeneutics, Politics, and the History of Religions: The Contested Legacies of Joachim Wach and Mircea Eliade, curr. Christian K. Wedemeyer e Wendy Doniger, 159–95. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.
  • Idel, Moshe. “The Concept of the Torah in Hekhalot Literature and Its Metamorphoses in Kabbalah.” (HE) JSIT 1 (1981): 23–84.
  • Idel, Moshe. “The Contribution of Abraham Abulafia’s Kabbalah to the Understanding of Jewish Mysticism.” In Gershom Scholem’s Major Trends in Jewish Mysticism, 50 Years After, curr. Peter Schäfer e Joseph Dan, 117–43. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1993.
  • Idel, Moshe. “The Family Aspects of Divinity in Early Kabbalah.” (HE) In Tov Elem: Memory, Community & Gender in Medieval & Early Modern Jewish Societies, Essays in Honor of Robert Bonfil, curr. Elisheva Baumgarten, Amnon Raz-Krakotzkin, e Roni Weinstein, 91–110. Gerusalemme: Mossad Bialik, 2011.
  • Idel, Moshe. “The Hekhalot Literature, the Ecstatic-Mystical Model and Their Metamorphoses.” (HE) Jewish Studies 52 (2017): 163–221.
  • Idel, Moshe. “The Image of Man above the Sefirot: R. David ben Yehuda he-Hasid’s Theosophy of Ten Supernal Sahsahot and its Reverberations.” Kabbalah 20 (2009): 181–212.
  • Idel, Moshe. “The Jubilee in Jewish Mysticism.” In Millenarismi nella cultura contemporanea, cur. Enrico I. Rambaldi, 209–32. Milano: F. Angeli, 2000.
  • Idel, Moshe. “The Kabbalah in Byzantium: Preliminary Remarks.” In Jews in Byzantium: Dialectics of Minority and Majority Cultures, curr. Robert Bonfil, Oded Irshai, Guy G. Stroumsa, e Rina Talgam, 659–708. Leiden: Brill, 2012.
  • Idel, Moshe. “The Kabbalah’s ‘Window of Opportunities,’ 1270–1290.” In Me’ah Sheʿarim: Studies in Medieval Jewish Spiritual Life in Memory of Isadore Twersky, curr. Ezra Fleisher, Gerald Blidstein, Carmi Horowitz, e Bernard Septimus, 171–208. Gerusalemme: Magnes Press, 2001.
  • Idel, Moshe. “The Kabbalistic Interpretations of the Secret of Incest in Early Kabbalah.” (HE) Kabbalah 12 (2004): 89–199.
  • Idel, Moshe. “‘The Land of Divine Vitality’: Ereṣ Israel in Hasidic Thought.” (HE) In The Land of Israel in Modern Jewish Thought, cur. Aviezer Ravitzky, 256–75. Gerusalemme: Yad Ben Tzvi, 1998.
  • Idel, Moshe. “The Land of Israel in Jewish Mystical Thought.” (HE) In The Land of Israel in Medieval Jewish Thought, curr. Moshe Hallamish e Aviezer Ravitzky, 193–214. Gerusalemme, Yad ben Zvi, 1991.
  • Idel, Moshe. “The Magical and Neoplatonic Interpretations of Kabbalah in the Renaissance.” In Jewish Thought in the Sixteenth Century, cur. Bernard D. Cooperman, 186–242. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1983.
  • Idel, Moshe. “The Meaning of ‘Ṭaʿamei Ha-ʿOfot Ha-Ṭemeʾim’ by Rabbi David ben Judah he-Hasid.” (HE) In ʿAlei Šefer: Studies in the Literature of Jewish Thought Presented to Rabbi Dr. Alexander Safran, cur. Moshe Hallamish, 11–27. Ramat-Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press, 1990.
  • Idel, Moshe. The Mystical Experience in Abraham Abulafia. Trad. Jonathan Chipman. Albany, NY: SUNY York Press, 1987.
  • Idel, Moshe. The Privileged Divine Feminine in Kabbalah. Berlino: De Gruyter, 2018.
  • Idel, Moshe. “The Rashba and Abraham Abulafia: The History of a Neglected Kabbalistic Polemic.” (HE) In ʿAṭarah le-Haim: Studies in Talmudic and Rabbinic Literature in Honor of Professor Haim Zalman Dimitrovsky, cur. Daniel Boyarin, 235–51. Gerusalemme: Magnes Press, 2000.
  • Idel, Moshe. “The Secret of Impregnation as Metempsychosis in Kabbalah.” In Verwandlungen: Archaeologie der literarischen Kommunikation 9, curr. Aleida Assmann e Jan Assmann, 349–68. Munich: Fink, 2006.
  • Idel, Moshe. “‘The Time of the End’: Apocalypticism and Its Spiritualization in Abraham Abulafia’s Eschatology.” In Apocalyptic Time, cur. Albert I. Baumgarten, 155–85. Leiden: Brill, 2000.
  • Idel, Moshe. “‘Torah Ḥadashah’—Messiah and the New Torah in Jewish Mysticism and Modern Scholarship.” Kabbalah 21 (2010): 57–109.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Transmission in Thirteenth-Century Kabbalah.” In Transmitting Jewish Traditions, Orality, Textuality, & Cultural Diffusion, curr. Yaakov Elman e Israel Gershoni, 138–65. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Types of Redemptive Activities in Middle Ages.” In Messianism and Eschatology, cur. Zvi Baras, 259–63. Gerusalemme: Shazar Center, 1984.
  • Idel, Moshe. “Universalization and Integration: Two Conceptions of Mystical Union in Jewish Mysticism.” In Mystical Union and Monotheistic Faith: An Ecumenical Dialogue, cur. Moshe Idel and Bernard McGinn, 27–58. New York: Macmillan, 1989.
  • Idel, Moshe. “We Have No Kabbalistic Tradition on This.” In Rabbi Moses Nahmanides (Ramban): Explorations in His Religious and Literary Virtuosity, cur. Isadore Twersky, 51–73. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1983.
  • Israeli, Oded. The Interpretation of Secrets and the Secret of Interpretation: Midrashic and Hermeneutic Strategies in Sabba de-Mishpatim of the Zohar. (HE) Los Angeles: Cherub Press, 2005.
  • Ivry, Alfred L. “Averroes on Intellection and Conjunction.” JAOS 86 (1966): 76–85.
  • Ivry, Alfred L. “Averroes’ Three Commentaries on De Anima.” In Averroes and the Aristotelian tradition: sources, constitution, and reception of the philosophy of Ibn Rushd (1126–1198): proceedings of the Fourth Symposium Averroicum, Cologne, 1996, cur. Gerhard Endress, Jan Aertsen, Kaus Braun, Leiden; Boston: Brill (1999): 199–216.
  • Ivry, Alfred L. “Islamic and Greek Influence on Maimonides’ Philosophy.” In Maimonides and Philosophy, cur. Shlomo Pines and Yirmiyahu Yovel, 139–56. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1986.
  • Ivry, Alfred L. “Ismaʿili Theology and Maimonides’ Philosophy.” In The Jews of Medieval Islam: Community, Society, and Identity, cur. Daniel H. Frank, 271–300. Leiden: Brill, 1995.
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