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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • Eight years before the death of Paracelsus, Valentine Weigel was born at
    • The details of Weigel's childhood are obscure, but in course of time he
    • While the external events of Weigel's life are few and somewhat unimpressive
    • know that in addition to the Valentin Weigel they knew, another man, as it
    • were, had been active all the years in Zschopau. This was Valentin Weigel,
    • Weigel had long been a close student of the writings of Paracelsus, whose
    • So while Pastor Weigel stood in his pulpit and preached to his flock Sunday
    • Weigel was well acquainted with the works of Eckhart and Tauler and also
    • In 1609, twenty-one years after Weigel's death, the year Henry Hudson sailed
    • up the river that now bears his name, Weigel's book that was to greatly
    • Weigel's interesting concepts deals with the location of heaven and hell. In
    • Weigel's conviction, which probably he never voiced from his pulpit, is
    • (See Weigel's Erkenne dich Selbst, Know Thyself)
    • Like Luther and others, Weigel prized and edited the little book, Theologia
    • Weigel also loved the sermons of Johannes Tauler because “they testify to
    • For Weigel, the immanence of the spiritual world was a profound conviction,
    • of Boehme, Weigel, Paracelsus, Bruno, Tauler and Rulwin Merswin. One volume of
  • Title: Contents: Mysticism at the Dawn of the Modern Age
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    • Valentin Weigel and Jacob Boehme
  • Title: Chapter: Giordano Bruno and Angelus Silesius
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    • As a personality that made what Tauler, Weigel, Jacob Boehme and others had
  • Title: Chapter: Introduction
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    • Valentinus Wigelius (Valentin Weigel), when we read the words of
    • and what he is meant for.” From his own points of view Valentin Weigel
    • (1624–1677), to which Valentin Weigel also belongs.
  • Title: Chapter: Valentin Weigel and Jacob Boehme
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    • Valentin Weigel and Jacob Boehme
    • Valentin Weigel (1533–1588). He grew out of Protestant theology as Eckhart,
    • the ascent to the ideal. Weigel quietly and modestly administered his
    • Of the Place of the World.) Weigel is
    • how he knows. Weigel takes his departure from the lowest kind of
    • Now Weigel says to himself, If the
    • In order to make the matter clear, Weigel compares seeing with reading. If
    • way of thinking Valentin Weigel stands on a much higher level than Kant.)
    • Weigel says to himself, Although perception flows
    • his own path Weigel thus comes to a conclusion which we have already
    • encountered in the thinking of Nicolas of Cusa. In his way Weigel has
    • illumination from on high. In contrast with the sensory perception, Weigel
    • so is this the case with Weigel too. He finds his way to the right road, and
    • road which Weigel indicates can regard the latter as a leader only up to its

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