For the first time, these proceedings from an interdisciplinary and
international symposium use a broad foundation of sources to
examine the first period (1620-1790) in the history of the major
European impact of Jakob Bhme, a history that extended well into
the 20th century. The contributors reveal the conflicted and
contrasting patterns and modalities of reception along with the
different positions taken in response to Bhme in the works of
important cultural figures. These studies show the existence of a
conflict zone in intellectual history and also in the history of
language and literature that extended beyond the German-speaking
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• Friedrich Vollhardt
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