Henry Corbin the Paradox of Monotheism

Henry Corbin sought to synthesize in one study these three works:

The first was “The Paradox of Monotheism,” which was written for 1976 session of Eranos, where the theme was “The One and the Multiple.”

The second was on the “Need for Angelogy,” which was given at the Conference organized by the University of Tours (May 1977) on the topic of “The Angel and the Man.”

The third was “Apophatic Theology as Antidote for Nihilism” given in Teheran (October 1977).

Alas, he passed to the other side without completing his work, which might have had given us a new and much needed integrated re-construction of Monotheism as a holistic doctrine.



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