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<i>Aurora</i> (<i>Morgen Röte im auffgang</i>, 1612) and <i>Fundamental Report</i> (<i>Gründlicher Bericht, Mysterium Pansophicum</i>, 1620)</i>

Translation, Introduction, Commentary.

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Jacob Boehme’s beautiful and influential Aurora (1612) with an English translation opposite its source. Commentary on themes and concepts sheds light on the work and its impact on poetry, philosophy, and mystical religion. The volume includes Boehme's Fundamental Report (1620).

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