Apocalyptic Time (Studies in the History of Religions) by Albert I Baumgartner

By Albert I Baumgartner

The subject matter of the booklet is the character and conception of time in millennial hobbies, the ways that those teams confront inevitable unhappiness after which go back to "normal" time. the amount involves revised essays according to shows made at a global convention dedicated to the subject. Authors undertake a few disciplinary techniques to the subject, interpreting millennial pursuits from the 3 Abrahamic faiths, in addition to from the East. The objective of this paintings is to give a contribution to the speculation of millennialism, through delivering particular information and theoretical mirrored image which can improve one another.

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As regards modern phenomena, see H. Lasswell, Psychopathology and Politics (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1930); Richard Hofstadter, The Paranoid Style in American Politics and Other Essays (New York: Knopf, 1965); he also found apocalyptic attitudes to be associated with extreme forms of individual and group paranoia. 57 Hofstadter, The Paranoid Style, p. 32. , 29; see also Robert Robbins, "Paranoid Ideation and Charismatic Leadership," The Psychohistory Review 15 (1986) pp. 28, 29. 59 Manschreck, "Delusional Disorders," p.

214. 34 MOSHE HAZANI imagination), then, precedes rebirth into a new existence. 74 Apocalyptic scenes are gripping pictures, images carved from words and rendered in Bosch- or Breugel-like spine-chilling style. Verging on the surrealistic, their emotive power is great, all the more so as they revolve around doom, death, and annihilation—the most acute concerns of the survivors. 75 The emotive power of the apocalyptic is all at once a drama, horror tale, and ritual. 77 Even the ending seems to be awesome.

195-218. , Jacob Licht, "The Plant Eternal and the People of the Divine Deliverance," in C. Rabin and Y. , Essays on the Dead Sea Scrolls (Jerusalem: Hekhal HaSefer, 1961) pp. , Jerrold Post, "Terrorist Psycho-Logic: Terrorist Behavior as a Product of Psychological Forces," in W. , Origins of Terrorism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990) pp. 25-40. Of special interest is Jung's discussion of the Antichrist as the mirror image of Christ, and his view that in archetypal imagery Christ and the Antichrist together make up the unity of the self.

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