3 edition of Mechthild of Magdeburg found in the catalog.
Mechthild of Magdeburg
Mechthild of Magdeburg
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||translated from the Middle High German with introduction, notes, and interpretive essay [by] Elizabeth A. Andersen.|
|Series||Library of medieval women|
|LC Classifications||BV5091.V6 M434213 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||170 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||170|
|LC Control Number||20034454|
Mechthild (or Mechtild) of Magdeburg (c. – c. /), a Beguine, was a medieval mystic, whose book Das fließende Licht der Gottheit (The Flowing Light of Divinity) described her visions of God. Definite biographical information about Mechthild is scarce; what is known of her life comes largely from scattered hints in her work. Mechthild von Magdeburg (c. – c. ) was one of the many female mystics who found her way to distinguish herself in the religiously dynamic era of the 13th century. It was the century of the mendicant orders, the great Gothic cathedrals and the crusades. The women and nuns of the Middle Ages could [ ].
Mechthild of Magdeburg was born around the year , probably into a noble family in northern Germany. Her book, The Flowing Light of the Godhead, describes experiences of unio mystica (mystical union) as the sacred marriage, with the soul as the Bride and Christ as the Bridegroom. Her poetry stands out as among the most elevated mystical. This book Mechthild of Magdeburg: The Flowing Light of the Godhead (Classics of Western Spirituality) Mechthi was filled about science. Spend your extra time to add your knowledge about your science competence. Some people has diverse feel when they reading the book. If you know how big good.
Mechthild of Magdeburg, also Mechtild. Mechthild of Magdeburg, also Mechtild. German Beguine Medieval Mystic, Author of "The Flowing LIght of Divinity" This is written by Knowledge out of the everlasting book. Gold is often heavily flecked by copper, just as falseness and vain honor blot out virtue from the human soul. To accomplish the task of articulating her revelations and spiritual insights, Mechthild makes use of an astonishing multiplicity of literary and rhetorical means. The more mystical passages often lyrical in expression, show her familiarity with bride mysticism and other Christian mystic traditions. Yet she sometimes anticipates thoughts and expressions found in Meister Eckhart as :
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Mechthild of Magdeburg () was among the most profound of mystic writers who presented strongly feminine images of mysticism in exquisite poetry to God. Mechthild had no formal education or training in theology but, being from a noble family, she was exposed to courtly literature/5(14).
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Winner of the First Book Prize of the Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship. Mechthild of Magdeburg was called to the religious life when she was o proclaiming, "No one can burn the truth," after Marguerite Porete was burned with /5.
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Mechthild’s work has also gained recent attention from feminist scholars, including Sara S. Poor, author of Mechthild of Magdeburg and Her Book: Gender and the Making of Textual Authority (). AroundMechthild joined the Cistercian nuns at Helfta, near Eisleben, and lived in.
Mechtild left to the world a most wonderful book, in which she recorded her manifold inspirations and visions. According to her assertion, God ordered the title of the book to be "Vliessende lieht miner gotheit in allu die herzen die da lebent ane valscheit", i.e.
"Light of. Here is the first English translation based on the new critical edition of The Flowing Light of the Godhead, the sole mystical visionary work of Mechthild, a 13th-century (c.
/94) German Beguine. This challenging work of deep religious insight reflects Mechthild's inner life, and God's as well, employing a great variety of traditional medieval literary forms and genres in prose and 4/5(1).
Mechthild of Magdeburg (c. /), a Beguine, was a Christian medieval mystic, whose book Das fliessende Licht der Gottheit (The Flowing Light of Divinity) described her visions of God.
She was the first mystic to write in German, as she did not know how to write in Latin. Mechthild of Magdeburg was born ca. and died ca. at the convent of Helfta near Eisleben, Saxony-Anhalt. She lived and worked for about 40 years as a Beguine in Magdeburg.
Born in a castle near a city, she joined the Medieval Poverty Movement at the age of 20 and consequently chose the “descent”. Mechthild of Magdeburg's ideas are inspiring in their own right, but are all the more amazing considering the era she lived in () – a time from which women's voices are mostly lost in the mists of time.
1 Lord, you are my lover, My longing, My flowing stream, My sun, And I am your. Mechthild (or Mechtild, Matilda,  Matelda ) of Magdeburg (c. – c. /), a Beguine, was a medieval mystic, whose book Das fließende Licht der Gottheit (The Flowing Light of Divinity) described her visions of God.
Mechthild (or Mechtild) of Magdeburg (c. – c. /), a Beguine, was a medieval mystic, whose book Das fließende Licht der Gottheit (The Flowing Light of Divinity) described her visions of God. Definite biographical information about Mechthild is scarce; what is known of her life comes largely from scattered hints in her work.
Mechthild of Magdeburg () was among the most profound of mystic writers who presented strongly feminine images of mysticism in exquisite poetry to God. Mechthild had no formal education or training in theology but, being from a noble family, she was exposed to courtly literature/5(5).
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Mechthild of Magdeburg and Her Book offers new insights into medieval vernacular mysticism, late medieval women's roles in the production of culture, and the construction of modern literary traditions. In Mechthild of Magdeburg and Her Book, Sara S. Poor seeks to explain this fate by considering Mechthild's own view of female authorship, the significance of her choice to write in the vernacular, and the continued, if submerged, presence of her writings in a variety of contexts from the thirteenth through the nineteenth century.
Rather than. Mechthild's authorship fades from this transmission, too. Because the Latin transmission comes to include other Latin mystical works appearing in Latin by Hildegard of Bingen, Elisabeth of Schonau, Gertrud the Great, and, most importantly, Mechthild of Hackeborn, Mechthild of Magdeburg's name becomes conflated with Mechthild of Hackeborn'sCited by: Church History Primary Source Readings Mechthild of Magdeburg (ca ca ) Biography There are no biographical sources about Mechthild other than her text.
She was born aroundpossibly of minor nobility of the Mittelmark. She had her first visionary experience at age Size: 60KB. Mechthild of Magdeburg Most of what is known of Mechthild of Magdeburg comes from her book: references to court custom and courtly literature suggest she was from an educated family, as does the fact that she could read and write German (although she tells us that she does not know Latin).Buy Mechthild of Magdeburg: The Flowing Light of the Godhead by Frank Tobin (Introduction by) online at Alibris.
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