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11) Emanuel Swedenborg, The New Jerusalem and Its Heavenly Doctrine, 1757-58, trans.
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It turns out that they were profoundly influenced by the Swedish mystic Emanuel Swedenborg.
The key is that Emanuel Swedenborg in effect became the guru of Sundar Singh.
Gabay (School of Arts and Education, La Trobe University, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia) is an historical survey tracing the influences of philosopher, theologian, and iconoclast Emanuel Swedenborg, and Franz Anton Mesmer with his "Animal Magnetism" hypnosis, upon European and American culture.
The painting also reflected the artist's newfound devotion to the teachings of the Swedish scientist-turned-theologian, Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772).
Thompson, to whom he is most indebted, as well as Jon Mee, Weir traces the roots of Blake's "republican politics" from John Locke to Thomas Paine to Sir Isaac Newton and then to Emanuel Swedenborg (1).
In "The Age of the First Person Singular," Wesley Mott explores a number of sources for Emersonian individualism, from Emanuel Swedenborg and Sampson Reed, to Goethe, to Quaker writings, and he persuasively demonstrates the inaccuracy of "stereotypes of Emerson as a self-created Romantic visionary who merely rejected the past, of a hermetically sealed prophet of easy inspiration" (73).
4) El viaje al que se refiere el poeta en Sobre los angeles es un proceso de autoexamen y autodiagnostico a traves de poemas que narran, no hechos externos, sino experiencias vividas en la mente, pruebas de la ensenanza de Emanuel Swedenborg, en El juicio final, de que "los caminos que uno recorre en el mundo espiritual son concreciones de pensamientos.
This assumption was the content of the doctrine of "correspondences" usually attributed to Emanuel Swedenborg whose influence was widespread in America and on the Continent at this time.
29-98) documents the way in which mystical, mystagogical and more orthodox currents of spirituality - notably the work of Emanuel Swedenborg - fed into the plays of Hasenclever's mystical period, especially Jenseits (1919/20), Gobseck (1921) and Mord (1922-25), but concludes that of these dramas, only the earliest, Die Menschen (1917/18), manages to deal with 'die Frage nach der Befreiung von irdischer Qual und der Erlosung der Seele mir ernstzunehmendem Vorsatz' (p.
In 1796, Pierre Simon de Laplace announced his cosmological theory of the solar system, using Newtonian mechanics and building on the previous hypotheses of Immanuel Kant and Emanuel Swedenborg.