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Böhme, Jakob 1575-1624

Works: 3,192 works in 7,773 publications in 6 languages and 64,374 library holdings
Genres: History  Personal correspondence  Terminology  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Bibliographies  Conference papers and proceedings  Biographies  Commentaries  Fiction  Poetry 
Subject Headings: Mystics 
Roles: Author, Other, Honoree, Dedicatee, Creator, Contributor, Composer, Editor, Lyricist, Bibliographic antecedent, Translator
Classifications: BV5080.B7, 149.3
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The way to Christ by Jakob Böhme( Book )

33 editions published between 1894 and 2009 in English and German and held by 1,077 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"'The Way to Christ' was the first published book of German mystic JACOB BOEHME (1575-1624), who received a revelatory vision in 1600 while watching a beam of sunlight reflect in a metal dish. A spiritual guide for Christians, this book contains Boehme's method for attaining enlightenment and unity with God. He offers prayers for readers to repeat and guides them through the repentance that is necessary in finding Christ. Lost souls and Christians out of touch with their faith will find Boehme's conviction and passion inspiring."--Back cover
Six theosophic points, and other writings : With an introductory essay, Unground and freedom, by Nicholas Berdyaev by Jakob Böhme( Book )

29 editions published between 1620 and 1983 in English and German and held by 731 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Mercurius Teutonicus, or, A Christian information concerning the last times : being divers propheticall passages of the fall of Babel and the new building in Zion by Jakob Böhme( )

29 editions published between 1649 and 1656 in English and German and held by 646 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The way to Christ discovered by Jakob Böhme( )

25 editions published between 1647 and 1981 in English and held by 570 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Of true repentance (1648) -- Of true resignation (1647) -- Of regeneration (1648) -- Dialogue ... concerning the super-sensuall life (1648) -- Discourse between a soule hungry and thirsty ... and a soule enlightned (1648) -- An appendix to a large treatise of election ... this appendix is a compendium of repentance (1648)
Jacob Boehme's The way to Christ by Jakob Böhme( Book )

10 editions published between 1947 and 1979 in English and held by 487 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The signature of all things : and other writings by Jakob Böhme( Book )

32 editions published between 1912 and 2007 in 3 languages and held by 485 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Boehme discourses at length here on one of the fundamental laws of Magic: the law of signatures, the concept that every object in the real world has some hidden meaning, and particularly how these signatures interact. At the core of Boehme's philosophy is a mystical Christianity. However, his beliefs were far from that of the Lutheran establishment, and he was persecuted his entire life. Boehme's view of a universe where a creative and destructive principle are in conflict was later repurposed by Hegel as the dialectic. Newton, Nietzsche, the Quaker George Fox, and even Phillip K. Dick have all been cited as being influenced by Boehme. --
Dialogues on the supersensual life by Jakob Böhme( Book )

17 editions published between 1901 and 2010 in English and German and held by 437 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The third booke of the authour, being The high and deepe searching out of the threefold life of man through (or according to) the three principles by Jakob Böhme( )

53 editions published between 1650 and 2015 in 5 languages and held by 435 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Signatura rerum, or, The signature of all things : shewing the sign and signification of the severall forms and shapes in the creation, and what the beginning, ruin, and cure of every thing is ... by Jakob Böhme( )

31 editions published between 1651 and 2005 in English and Latin and held by 392 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Signature of all things by Jakob Böhme( )

16 editions published between 1900 and 2019 in English and held by 363 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"How does the individual relate to the world, to the universe, to the soul? The question is fundamental to both modern theology and modern psychology, and much of the contemporary thinking on the matter grew out of this numinous treatise by German mystic Jacob Boehme (1575-1624), one of the most confounding of the Reformation-era Christian theologians. Also knows as the Signatura Rerum and first published in 1621, this is one of Boehme's major works; in it, he expounds upon: the "great Mystery of all Beings," "Sulphurean Death," the "inward and outward Cure of Man," the "Emnity of the Spirit and Body," the "Generation of Good and Evil," and more. Radical and controversial in his day--he was constantly drawing the ire of the Church--Boehme was a profound influence on subsequent Europe thinkers, including Hegel, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, and Jung, and this challenging work will intrigue anyone interested in the esoteric roots of current philosophy and theology."--P. [4] of cover
The aurora by Jakob Böhme( Book )

28 editions published between 1730 and 1992 in 4 languages and held by 360 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

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The way to Christ
Six theosophic points, and other writings : With an introductory essay, Unground and freedom, by Nicholas BerdyaevConcerning the election of grace, or, Of Gods will towards man, commonly called predestination : that is, how the texts of Scripture are to be understood which treat of fallen lost Adam, and of the new birth from Christ, being a short declaration and introduction concerning the highest ground, shewing how man may attain divine skill and knowledgeThe signature of all things : and other writingsDialogues on the supersensual lifeThe third booke of the authour, being The high and deepe searching out of the threefold life of man through (or according to) the three principlesSignature of all thingsJena romanticism and its appropriation of Jakob Böhme : theosophy, hagiography, literature
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A.S 1575-1624

B, I 1575-1624 Teut

B., I., Teut., 1575-1624

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Beem, Iacob 1575-1624

Beem, Jacob

Beem, Jacob 1575-1624

Behm, Jacob

Behm, Jacob 1575-1624

Behman, Jacob 1575-1624

Bêhme, Jacob

Bêhme, Jacob 1575-1624

Behme, Jacobus

Behme, Jacobus 1575-1624

Behmen, Iacob 1575-1624

Behmen, Jacob.

Behmen, Jacob 1575-1624

Behmer, Jacob

Beme, Jacob

Beme, Jacob 1575-1624

Beme, Jacobus 1575-1624

Bëme, Jakob

Bëme, Jakob 1575-1624

Beme, Jakov

Boehm, Jacob.

Böehm, Jacob, 1575-1624

Boehm, Jakob 1575-1624

Bœhme, Jacob.

Boehme Jacob 1575-1624

Böehme, Jakob

Böehme, Jakob 1575-1624

Boehme, Jakub 1575-1624

Böeme, Jacob 1575-1624

Boemus, Jacobus

Boemus, Jacobus 1575-1624

Boheem, Jacob

Boheem, Jacob 1575-1624

Bohem, Jacob

Bohemius, Jacob 1575-1624

Bohemius, Jacobus 1575-1624

Bohemus, Jacobus 1575-1624

Böhm, J. 1575-1624

Böhm, Jacob

Böhm, Jacob 1575-1624

Böhm, Jakob 1575-1624


Böhme, Giacomo

Böhme, Giacomo 1575-1624

Böhme, Iacob 1575-1624

Böhme, Jacob.

Böhme, Jacob 1575-1624

Bohme, Jacob 1575-1624 sonst genandt Teutonicus Philosophus

Bohme, Jacob, sonst genandt Teutonicus Philosophus, 1575-1624

Böhme, Jacobus

Böhme, Jacobus 1575-1624

Böhme, Jakob

Böhme, Jakob 1575-1624

Böhme, Jakub 1575-1624

Böhmen, Iacob

Bøhmen, Jacob

Böhmen, Jacob 1575-1624

Böhmen, Jakob 1575-1624

Böhmes, Jakob

Bohmius, Iacobus

Bohmius, Iacobus 1575-1624

Bohmius, Jacobus

Böhmius, Jacobus 1575-1624

B'ome, Jakob

B'ome, Jakob 1575-1624

Desiderius 1575-1624 Philadelphus

Desiderius [Philadelphus]

Desiderius Philadelphus 1575-1624

I. B 1575-1624 Teut

I.B.T 1575-1624

I. B., Teut., 1575-1624

I.B., Teutonicus, 1575-1624

Iacobus Böhme

J.B 1575-1624

J. B. T.

J.B.T 1575-1624

Jacob Böhme

Jacob Böhme tysk religionsfilosof och kristen mystiker

Jakob Böhme Duits filosoof

Jakob Böhme filosofo, teologo e mistico tedesco

Jakob Böhme German Christian mystic and theologian

Jakob Böhme nemecký filozof

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Jakob Böhme saksalainen filosofi, mystikko ja tieteilijä

Jakob Böhme Schuhmacher, Mystiker, Naturphilosoph

Jakob Böhme théosophe allemand

Jākobs Bēme

Jakub Böhme niemiecki filozof religijny

Liebhabende Seele der Kinder Jesu, eine 1575-1624

Philadelphus, Desiderius

Philadelphus, Desiderius 1575-1624

S., A., 1575-1624

T., I. B., 1575-1624

Teut, I. B 1575-1624


Teutonicus 1575-1624

Teutonicus 1575-1624 Philosophicus

Teutonicus 1575-1624 Philosophus

Teutonicus, J. B. 1575-1624

Teutonicus [Philosophicus]

Teutonicus Philosophicus 1575-1624

Teutonicus [Philosophus]

Teutonicus Philosophus 1575-1624

Teutonicus Philosophus 1575-1624 sunst Jacob Bohme

Teutonicus Philosophus, pseud.

Teutonicus Philosophus, sunst Jacob Bohme, 1575-1624

Tuetonicus 1575-1624

Tuetonicus Philosophus 1575-1624

Yakob Böhm

Γιάκομπ Μπέμε Γερμανός φιλόσοφος, θεολόγος και μυστικιστής, διανοητής στα συμφραζόμενα της λουθηρανικής παράδοσης

Беме И

Беме И. 1575-1624

Беме Я.

Беме Якоб

Бёме, Якоб 1575-1624

Беме Яков

Беме, Яков 1575-1624

Бэмэ, Якоб

Якаб Бёмэ нямецкі філёзаф

Якоб Бёме

Якоб Бьоме

Якоб Бьоме германски философ и християнски мистик

Јакоб Беме

Յակոբ Բյոմե

בוהם, יעקב 1575-1624

יאקוב במה מיסטיקן ותיאולוג גרמני נוצרי


يعقوب بوهمه

یاکوب بوهمه الهی‌دان و فیلسوف آلمانی

იაკობ ბემე

뵈메, 야코프 1575-1624

야콥 뵈메


ベーメ, ヤーコプ


ヤーコプ・ベーメ ドイツの神学者、神秘主義者


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