Scholem Gershom

Scho·lem

 (shō′lĕm), Gershom 1897-1982.
German-born Israeli scholar noted for his studies of the historical relationship between rational and mystical Jewish thought, collected in such volumes as Major Trends in Jewish Mysticism (1941).
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Scholem Gershom (1971), The Messianic Idea in Judaism and other Essays on Jewish Spirituality, New York: Schocken Books.
2) Scholem Gershom, Las grandes tendencias de la mistica judia, Ed.
Scholem Gershom compila y extracta textos cabalisticos atribuidos al rabi Moises de Leon y los publica bajo el titulo Zohar, el libro de la iluminacion.