TITLE

El Maestro Eckhart: Filosofía y mística

AUTHOR(S)
Soto Posada, Gonzalo
PUB. DATE
December 2012
SOURCE
Revista Estudios de Filosofía;dic2012, Issue 46, p165
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article intends to show how the mysticism of Meisler Eckhart is the immersion into the silent nothingness of God as empty fullness and full emptiness, in the desert of divine abundance of not being of God's being, through compliance with the divine will as ascension that fulfills without fulfilling. It analyzes the life, work and thought of the Meister based on his texts, The Book of Divine Comfort, The Fruit of Nothingness. Eternal Life and Divine Knowledge, Echoes of Middle Age. The article ends with an epilogue in which it discusses "Mustard Grain" where the abundant desert of the silent nothingness of God and the many names without name is explained.
ACCESSION #
87614279

 

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