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also Eck·art or Eck·ardt  (ĕk′härt′, -ärt′), Johannes Known as "Meister Eckhart." 1260?-1327?
German theologian regarded as the founder of mysticism in Germany. His influential works concern the union of the individual soul with God.


(German ˈɛkhart)
(Biography) Johannes (joˈhanəs), called Meister Eckhart. ?1260–?1327, German Dominican theologian, mystic, and preacher


(ˈɛk ɑrt)

Johannes, ( “Meister Eckhart” ), c1260–1327?, Dominican theologian: founder of German mysticism.
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On the way to the redaction of the Harvest of Mysticism, the fourth volume of his highly acclaimed history of Christian mysticism, McGinn and his publishers decided that the accumulated material on Eckhart warranted separate publishing.
Kofi Annan's spokesman Fred Eckhart said: "On this last issue, they agreed that a concrete way will be found for Iraq to return some Kuwaiti property though the United Nations".
Each text is provided with the same informational scheme: the complete manuscript tradition, the authentication of the text as part of the Eckhart corpus, other editions and references to the text in the works of other medieval authors, with precise references for edited works and with a reference to the Stuttgart edition if the text referred to is not edited, and where possible the chronology of the text within Eckhart's oeuvre.
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Non-dualism in Eckhart, Julian of Norwich and Traherne; a theopoetic reflection.