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The occult world, edited by Christopher Partridge

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The occult world
Title
The occult world
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edited by Christopher Partridge
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Language
eng
Summary
"This volume presents students and scholars with a comprehensive overview of the fascinating world of the occult. It explores the history of Western occultism, from ancient and medieval sources via the Renaissance, right up to the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and contemporary occultism. Written by a distinguished team of contributors, the essays consider key figures, beliefs and practices as well as popular culture"--
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BF1411
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.O29 2015
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non fiction
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bibliography
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1961-
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  • Partridge, Christopher H.
  • Williams-Hogan, Jane
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The Routledge worlds
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Occultism
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The occult world, edited by Christopher Partridge
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Florian Ebeling -- 5.
  • Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa
  • Wouter J. Hanegraaff -- 6.
  • Paracelsus
  • Andrew Weeks -- 7.
  • John Dee
  • Glyn Parry. -- Part III. Seventeenth Century and Eighteenth Century: 8.
  • Jacob Böhme and Christian theosophy
  • Wouter J. Hanegraaff -- 9.
  • The Rosicrucian manifestos and early Rosicrucianism
  • Introduction
  • Hereward Tilton -- 10.
  • Emanuel Swedenborg
  • Jane Williams-Hogan -- 11.
  • Freemasonry
  • Jan A.M. Snoek and Henrik Bogdan -- 12
  • Illuminism
  • Andreas Önnerfors -- 13.
  • Martinism in eighteenth-century France
  • Christian Giudice -- 14.
  • Animal magnetism and mesmerism
  • Christopher Partridge. -- Part I. Ancient and Medieval Sources: 1.
  • Adam Crabtree. -- Part IV. Nineteenth Century: 15.
  • Spiritualism
  • Cathy Gutierrez -- 16.
  • New thought traditions
  • Jeremy Rapport -- 17.
  • Eliphas Lévi
  • Christopher McIntosh -- 18.
  • Paschal Beverly Randolph
  • Hugh Urban -- 19.
  • William Wynn Westcott
  • Ancient esoteric traditions: mystery, revelation, gnosis
  • Francisco Santos Silva -- 20.
  • The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn
  • Robert A. Gilbert -- 21.
  • Samuel Liddell Mathers
  • Francisco Santos Silva -- 22.
  • Theosophy
  • Olav Hammer -- 23.
  • Frederic W.H. Myers
  • Jeffrey J. Kripal -- 24.
  • The Society for Psychical Research
  • Dylan M. Burns -- 2. The occult Middle Ages
  • Egil Asprem. -- Part V. Twentieth Century and the Contemporary World: 25.
  • Ordo Templi Orientis
  • Christian Giudice -- 26.
  • Arthur Edward White
  • Alison Butler -- 27.
  • Charles Fort
  • Jeffrey J. Kripal -- 28.
  • Aleister Crowley : a prophet for the modern age
  • Henrik Bogdan -- 29.
  • Austin Osman Spare
  • Peter J. Forshaw . -- Part II. The Renaissance: 3.
  • Phil Baker -- 30.
  • René Guénon and traditionalism
  • Peter King -- 31.
  • Dion Fortune and the Society of the Inner Light
  • Alison Butler -- 32.
  • John Whiteside Parsons
  • Nicholas Campion -- 33.
  • Kenneth Grant and the Typhonian tradition
  • Henrik Bogdan -- 34.
  • Robert Anton Wilson
  • The hermetic revival in Italy
  • Erik Davis -- 35.
  • Nazism and the occult
  • Julian Strube -- 36
  • György E. Szönyi -- 4.
  • Alchemical hermeticism
  • Contemporary Satinism
  • Jesper Aagaard Petersen -- 41.
  • Chaos magick
  • Egil Asprem -- 42.
  • Vampirism, lycanthropy, and otherkin
  • Jay Johnston -- 43.
  • Hakim Bey
  • Christian Greer. -- Part VI. Popular culture and the arts: 44.
  • The occult and the visual arts
  • Tessel M. Bauduin -- 45.
  • The theosophical current in the twentieth century
  • The occult and film
  • Brian Baker -- 46.
  • Kenneth Anger
  • Deborah Allison -- 47.
  • Dennis Wheatley
  • Phil Baker -- 48.
  • The occult and modern horror fiction
  • Douglas E. Cowan -- 49.
  • The occult and science fiction/fantasy
  • Brian Baker -- 50.
  • Olav Hammer -- 37.
  • H.P. Lovecraft
  • Erik Davis -- 51.
  • The occult and comics
  • Kennet Granholm -- 52.
  • The occult and popular music
  • Christopher Partridge -- 53.
  • The occult and the Internet
  • Douglas E. Cowan. -- Part VII. Beliefs, Practices, Issues, and Approaches: 54.
  • Kabbalah
  • Peter J. Forshaw -- 55.
  • Contemporary paganism and the occult
  • Alchemy
  • Georgiana D. Hedesan -- 56.
  • Sex magic
  • Hugh Urban -- 57.
  • Tarot
  • Helen Farley -- 58.
  • Scrying
  • Angela Voss -- 59.
  • Astrology
  • Nicholas Campion -- 60.
  • Graham Harvey -- 38.
  • Grimoires
  • Owen Davies -- 61.
  • Orientalism and the occult
  • Christopher Partridge -- 62.
  • Occult war
  • George J. Sieg -- 63.
  • The counterculture and the occult
  • Erik Davis -- 64.
  • Intermediary beings
  • Egil Asprem -- 65.
  • New Age
  • The body in occult thought
  • Jay Johnston -- 66.
  • Drugs and the occult
  • Dan Merkur -- 67.
  • Gender and the occult
  • Jay Johnston -- 68.
  • Crime, moral panic, and the occult
  • Jeffrey S. Victor -- 69.
  • Conspiracy theories and the occult
  • Michael Barkun -- 70.
  • Olav Hammer -- 39.
  • Science and the occult
  • Egil Asprem -- 71.
  • Sociology and the occult
  • Kennet Granholm -- 72.
  • Psychology and the occult : dialectice of disenchantment and re-enchantment of the modern self
  • Roderick Main -- 73.
  • Oppositions to the occult
  • Douglas E. Cowan. -- Index
  • Contemporary ritual magic
  • Egil Asprem -- 40.
Control code
ocn883647555
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xx, 759 pages
Isbn
9780415695961
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2014023903
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)883647555
Label
The occult world, edited by Christopher Partridge
Link
http://images.tandf.co.uk/common/jackets/websmall/978041569/9780415695961.jpg
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Florian Ebeling -- 5.
  • Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa
  • Wouter J. Hanegraaff -- 6.
  • Paracelsus
  • Andrew Weeks -- 7.
  • John Dee
  • Glyn Parry. -- Part III. Seventeenth Century and Eighteenth Century: 8.
  • Jacob Böhme and Christian theosophy
  • Wouter J. Hanegraaff -- 9.
  • The Rosicrucian manifestos and early Rosicrucianism
  • Introduction
  • Hereward Tilton -- 10.
  • Emanuel Swedenborg
  • Jane Williams-Hogan -- 11.
  • Freemasonry
  • Jan A.M. Snoek and Henrik Bogdan -- 12
  • Illuminism
  • Andreas Önnerfors -- 13.
  • Martinism in eighteenth-century France
  • Christian Giudice -- 14.
  • Animal magnetism and mesmerism
  • Christopher Partridge. -- Part I. Ancient and Medieval Sources: 1.
  • Adam Crabtree. -- Part IV. Nineteenth Century: 15.
  • Spiritualism
  • Cathy Gutierrez -- 16.
  • New thought traditions
  • Jeremy Rapport -- 17.
  • Eliphas Lévi
  • Christopher McIntosh -- 18.
  • Paschal Beverly Randolph
  • Hugh Urban -- 19.
  • William Wynn Westcott
  • Ancient esoteric traditions: mystery, revelation, gnosis
  • Francisco Santos Silva -- 20.
  • The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn
  • Robert A. Gilbert -- 21.
  • Samuel Liddell Mathers
  • Francisco Santos Silva -- 22.
  • Theosophy
  • Olav Hammer -- 23.
  • Frederic W.H. Myers
  • Jeffrey J. Kripal -- 24.
  • The Society for Psychical Research
  • Dylan M. Burns -- 2. The occult Middle Ages
  • Egil Asprem. -- Part V. Twentieth Century and the Contemporary World: 25.
  • Ordo Templi Orientis
  • Christian Giudice -- 26.
  • Arthur Edward White
  • Alison Butler -- 27.
  • Charles Fort
  • Jeffrey J. Kripal -- 28.
  • Aleister Crowley : a prophet for the modern age
  • Henrik Bogdan -- 29.
  • Austin Osman Spare
  • Peter J. Forshaw . -- Part II. The Renaissance: 3.
  • Phil Baker -- 30.
  • René Guénon and traditionalism
  • Peter King -- 31.
  • Dion Fortune and the Society of the Inner Light
  • Alison Butler -- 32.
  • John Whiteside Parsons
  • Nicholas Campion -- 33.
  • Kenneth Grant and the Typhonian tradition
  • Henrik Bogdan -- 34.
  • Robert Anton Wilson
  • The hermetic revival in Italy
  • Erik Davis -- 35.
  • Nazism and the occult
  • Julian Strube -- 36
  • György E. Szönyi -- 4.
  • Alchemical hermeticism
  • Contemporary Satinism
  • Jesper Aagaard Petersen -- 41.
  • Chaos magick
  • Egil Asprem -- 42.
  • Vampirism, lycanthropy, and otherkin
  • Jay Johnston -- 43.
  • Hakim Bey
  • Christian Greer. -- Part VI. Popular culture and the arts: 44.
  • The occult and the visual arts
  • Tessel M. Bauduin -- 45.
  • The theosophical current in the twentieth century
  • The occult and film
  • Brian Baker -- 46.
  • Kenneth Anger
  • Deborah Allison -- 47.
  • Dennis Wheatley
  • Phil Baker -- 48.
  • The occult and modern horror fiction
  • Douglas E. Cowan -- 49.
  • The occult and science fiction/fantasy
  • Brian Baker -- 50.
  • Olav Hammer -- 37.
  • H.P. Lovecraft
  • Erik Davis -- 51.
  • The occult and comics
  • Kennet Granholm -- 52.
  • The occult and popular music
  • Christopher Partridge -- 53.
  • The occult and the Internet
  • Douglas E. Cowan. -- Part VII. Beliefs, Practices, Issues, and Approaches: 54.
  • Kabbalah
  • Peter J. Forshaw -- 55.
  • Contemporary paganism and the occult
  • Alchemy
  • Georgiana D. Hedesan -- 56.
  • Sex magic
  • Hugh Urban -- 57.
  • Tarot
  • Helen Farley -- 58.
  • Scrying
  • Angela Voss -- 59.
  • Astrology
  • Nicholas Campion -- 60.
  • Graham Harvey -- 38.
  • Grimoires
  • Owen Davies -- 61.
  • Orientalism and the occult
  • Christopher Partridge -- 62.
  • Occult war
  • George J. Sieg -- 63.
  • The counterculture and the occult
  • Erik Davis -- 64.
  • Intermediary beings
  • Egil Asprem -- 65.
  • New Age
  • The body in occult thought
  • Jay Johnston -- 66.
  • Drugs and the occult
  • Dan Merkur -- 67.
  • Gender and the occult
  • Jay Johnston -- 68.
  • Crime, moral panic, and the occult
  • Jeffrey S. Victor -- 69.
  • Conspiracy theories and the occult
  • Michael Barkun -- 70.
  • Olav Hammer -- 39.
  • Science and the occult
  • Egil Asprem -- 71.
  • Sociology and the occult
  • Kennet Granholm -- 72.
  • Psychology and the occult : dialectice of disenchantment and re-enchantment of the modern self
  • Roderick Main -- 73.
  • Oppositions to the occult
  • Douglas E. Cowan. -- Index
  • Contemporary ritual magic
  • Egil Asprem -- 40.
Control code
ocn883647555
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xx, 759 pages
Isbn
9780415695961
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2014023903
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)883647555

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