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Title Millenarianism and messianism in early modern European culture.

Published Dordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer, 2001.

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Physical description 4 volumes ; 25 cm.
Series Archives internationales d'histoire des idées = International archives of the history of ideas ; 173-176.
Archives internationales d'histoire des idées ; 173-176.
Notes Conference proceedings.
Introd. to the set appears at the beginning of each volume.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Volume I, Jewish messianism in the early modern world / edited by Matt Goldish and Richard H. Popkin -- Volume II, Catholic millenarianism : from Savonarola to the Abbé Grégoire / edited by Karl A. Kottman -- Volume III, The millenarian turn : millenarian contexts of science, politics and everyday Anglo-American life in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries / edited by James E. Force and Richard H. Popkin -- Volume IV, Continental millenarians : Protestants, Catholics, heretics / edited by John Christian Laursen and Richard H. Popkin.
Summary This volume brings together ten essays by leading scholars about Jewish messianic ideas and movements in the early modern world. While much of the previous literature in this field has focused on the internal dynamics of Jewish thought, these essays stress the broader historical and philosophical context. The papers deal with such topics as messianic ideology in the wake of the Spanish Expulsion, messianism and Renaissance philosophy, the Sabbatean movement and its impact on Christian thought, messianism and conversion, the relationship of Christian kabbalists to Jewish messianic ideas, the Frankist movement, and Freemasonry. As a group, the essays here represent a challenge to Gershom Scholem's reading of Jewish messianism in this era, offering a rich tapestry of relationships between the religious imagination of Jews and that of their neighbors. Scholars and students of early modern history, eschatology and religion will find much food for thought here.
Subject Millennialism -- Europe -- Congresses.
Messianism -- Europe -- Congresses.
ISBN 0792369343 (4-v. set : cl.)
0792368509 (v. 1)
0792368495 (v. 2)
0792368487 (v. 3)
0792368479 (v. 4)