Hasidism: Between Ecstasy and Magic

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Index of Works Cited
ʾAhavat Dodim349, 372
ʾAhavat Shalom288, 297, 311, 318, 321, 374, 388-389
ʿAmud ha-ʿ Avodah256, 266, 273, 284, 288, 293, 305, 329, 341, 344-346, 349, 364, 366, 378
An Autobiography (by Shelomo Maimon) 38, 269-270, 288, 369-370, 375
ʿAsarah Maʾ amarot288, 309, 312
ʾ Aspaqlariah ha-Meʾirah35, 265
ʿ Assis Rimmonim303, 378
ʿ Avodat ha-Levi320
ʿ Avodat ha-Qodesh268, 286, 301, 350, 357
ʿ Avodat Yisrael274, 317-318, 321, 324, 328, 330, 334, 367, 372, 379
ʾ Ayalah Sheluhah377
Baʿ al Shem Tov I 290, 292, 353, 379, 387
Bahir 255, 357, 364
Bat Shevaʿ339
Be er Mayyim Ḥayyim315, 324, 337, 375, 379
Beʾ er Menahem260
Beʾ er Moshe274-275, 277, 315, 321322, 324-326, 334, 366
Beit Yaʿ aqov391
Ben Porat Yosef192, 256, 280, 288, 294, 298, 304, 311, 318, 322, 325-326, 329-330, 334, 345-346, 348, 355, 357, 370, 372, 373, 386
Benei Yisaskhar256, 296, 318, 363
Beritʾ Abram277, 364
Berit ha-Levi343
Berit Menuḥah12, 160, 391
Beʾ urei ha-Zohar277, 284, 360
Binat Israel307
Binat Moshe306, 315, 326
Boẓinaʾ di-Nehoraʾ 31, 294, 312, 355, 374
Boẓinaʾ Qaddisha'324
Collectanaea of Yoḥanan Alemanno 157-158, 385
Collectanaea of Introductory Theses to Kabbalah159
Commentary on the Liturgy 350
Commentary on the Talmudicʾ Aggadot by R. Azriel of Gerone 339
Commentary on Genesis Rabbah of R. Joseph ben Shalom Ashkenazi387
Commentary on the Havdalah de-Rabbi ʿ Aqiva 155
Commentary on Massekhetʾ Avot 325, 357
Commentary on Raʿ yaʾ Meheimna by Moses Cordovero303
Commentary on Sabba' de-Mishpatim by Moses Cordovero357
Commentary on Sefer Yeẓirah by Moses Cordovero347
Commentary on Sefer Yeẓirah of R. Joseph Ashkenazi141, 302
Commentary on Sefer Yeẓirah by R. Judah ibn Malkah, 360
Commentary on Sefer Yeẓirah of R. Yiẓḥaq of Acre 277
Commentary on the Siddur ha-Gera of R. Naftali Hertz ha-Levi 195
Commentary on Sifraʾ di-Ẓeniʾ uta' of R. Elijah of Vilna 266, 291
Commentary on the Song of Songs 350
Commentary on the Torah of Baḥiya ben Asher 338
Commentary on the Torah of Naḥmanides 371

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Table of contents

  • Hasidism - Between Ecstasy and Magic *
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I Models in Kabbalah and Hasidism *
  • 1 - The Weakening of the Lurianic Kabbalah in the Eighteenth Century *
  • 2 - Models in Jewish Mysticism 45
  • 3 - The Mystico-Magical Model 103
  • Part II - Drawing Down *
  • 4 - Mystical and Magical Prayer in Hasidism 148
  • 5 - Mystical and Magical Study in Hasidism 171
  • 6 - Zaddiq as "Vessel" and "Channel" in Hasidism 189
  • Concluding Remarks *
  • Appendix A - Psychologization of Theosophy in Kabbalah and Hasidism 227
  • Appendix B - Rabbi Yisrael of Ryzhin Who Cries 239
  • Appendix C - On Intentional Transmission of Power 245
  • Abbreviations 249
  • Notes 251
  • Bibliography 393
  • Appendix of Hebrew Quotes 403
  • Subject Index 425
  • Index of Works Cited 429
  • Author Index 435
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