Spinoza’s most explicit statements on divine immutability surface in his Principles of Cartesian Philosophy, a work on Descartes’ philosophy set in the geometrical method. Spinoza attached a long and detailed appendix to this known as the… 902 more words
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Bernard McGinn Lecture @ Catholic Leadership Centre, Melbourne (29th April, 2015): "St Teresa: Contemplative in Action"
[Upcoming Paper] Ecstasy in Rhineland Mysticism: Albert the Great, Meister Eckhart and Henry Suso on the concept of rapture
I will be presenting a paper exploring the concept of ecstasy in Rhineland Mysticism at the Varieties of Ecstasy Workshop at the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilization, Monash University, Caulfield held July 26th-27th. 350 more words