Course about Christian spirituality
in a cultural-historical context
Medieval Dutch Mysticism in the Low Countries
Hadewijch and John of Ruusbroec, their faith and way of thinking
Rozemarijn van Leeuwen
Writings of the medieval mystics Hadewijch and John of Ruusbroec
Texts used during the course Medieval Dutch Mysticism in the Low Countries, both in Middle Dutch and translated in nowadays Dutch. Below listed texts were part of the Anthology, used during the lessons.
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The metaphysical wedding:
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Portrait (ca. 1580) of 14th-century mystic John of Ruusbroec. The rays of light falling on his face from the left corner, indicate divine inspiration.
(owned by the Ruusbroec Society, Antwerpen).
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