Women Mystics Confront the Modern World: Marie de L'Incarnation (1599-1672) and Madame Guyon (1648-1717)

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abandonment of children. See female mystical tradition
Acarie, Barbe, 20, 139, 155, 180, 231n. 9
Alacoque, Marguerite-Marie, 155
Alvarez, Bathazar, 171
Angela of Foligno, 59
antimysticism, 26-27, 37, 128, 132, 168-81

in the 17th century, 144-146, 149, 152

Arenthon d'Alex, Jean de ( bishop of Geneva), 125, 126, 129, 141
Ariès, Philippe, 31
Augustine, 197, 206, 218
authorization to write. See female mystical tradition
Barcos, Martin de, 145
Bastille, 131, 132, 133, 150, 194
Bataille de Saint Laurent, Anne, 93-94
Bayle, Pierre, 149
Beasley, Faith E., 78
Beaujour, Michel, 206
Beauvilliers, Duc and Duchesse de, 128
Beauvoir, Simone de, 9
Beckwith, Sarah, 13
Beguines, 17-19, 139, 144, 175, 181, 231nn. 9, 11
Bell, Rudolph, 38
Bellinzaga, Isabella, 180, 189, 231n. 9, 252n. 37, 260n. 83
Benoît of Canfield, 145
Bernard of Cairvaux, 17
Bernières, Jean de, 144-45, 156
Bertot, Jacques, 156
Bérulle, Cardinal, 145, 180, 215
Béthune-Charost, Duchesse de, 128
Boileau, Abbé, 129
Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne ( bishop of Meaux), 27-28, 129-32, 137

against Guyon, 150-51, 162, 164

and antimysticism, 168-81

on Gerson, 172-75

on Marie de l'Incarnation, 178

on the role of the body in piety, 181-84, 188-89

on Teresa of Avila, 171-72, 177

and tolerance, 154-55

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