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Wouter J. Hanegraaff : Esotericism and the Academy: Rejected Knowledge in Western Culture

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Esotericism-Academy-Rejected-Knowledge-Western/dp/0521196213/ref=la_B001JOKDBM_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1380807036&sr=1-3

TAROT als Spiegel der Seele, zur Klärung der Beziehungen, sowie zur Erforschung der höchsten Potenziale zu nutzen.

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Ein knappes Jahr vor dessen Tod traf sich der renommierte Autor Rüdiger Safranski mit Paul Feyerabend zu einem philosophischen Gespräch in Rom. So kommt natürlich auch hier Feyerabends bekannte, kritische Haltung gegenüber den Wissenschaften zur Sprache, denen er vorwirft, ohne Rücksicht auf eventuelle gesellschaftliche Folgen nach Wissen zu streben. Er gibt offen zu, dass er sich nach den alten Zeiten zurücksehnt, als die Natur noch vom Göttlichen durchdrungen schien und die Umwelt noch nicht völlig zum seelenlosen Objekt degradiert war. Dem Glauben steht der frühere radikale Atheist jetzt auch wesentlich toleranter gegenüber. Er meint, der Mensch brauche im Leben einen Halt, warum sollte er den nicht auch im Glauben finden?

Weitere Themen sind Aufklärung und Unmündigkeit, Tierversuche, die Vernunft, sowie die Frage, ob Philosophie Lebenshilfe leisten könne. Immer spricht sich Feyerabend dafür aus, seinen eigenen Verstand einzusetzen, nicht blind irgendwelchen Ideologien und Dogmen zu vertrauen, seien diese nun von religiösen Lehrern, Ärzten oder Wissenschaftlern postuliert. Erfrischend undogmatisch sind seine Auffassungen, die er mit trockenem Humor zu würzen versteht. Sicher erscheint der ehemals radikale Kritiker hier auch ein wenig altersweise, aber eben vor allem von tiefer Humanität durchdrungen.

Das Gespräch findet in frühlingshafter Atmosphäre auf einer Café-Terrasse statt, die einzelnen Gesprächsabschnitte werden zum Atemholen und Nachdenken unterbrochen von Ausblicken auf römische Alltagsszenen. Für Zuschauer, denen Feyerabend keinerlei Begriff ist, werden die in rascher Folge vorgetragenen Gedanken dennoch eher schwer verständlich bleiben, ansonsten ist der Film ein sehenswertes Dokument eines eindrucksvollen Denkers des 20. Jahrhunderts.

Das Erste
Gesprächspartner: Paul K. Feyerabend

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nyhLK75AC1A

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85pzjUvBZSI

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International network of scholars dedicated to establishing esotericism as an academic field of research in the Humanities:

European Society for the Study of Western Esotericism (ESSWE)

http://esswe.org/#

The ESSWE (go to website) was founded in 2005, and is currently the largest international society dedicated to advancing the academic study of Western esotericism. The biannual ESSWE conference is the most important event in our field in Europe. The journal Aries and the Aries Book Series are both published under the auspices of ESSWE. While the organization is active in Europe its membership is open to all countries, and a substantial number of scholars from North America and other parts of the world participate in its major events.

 

Association for the Study of Esotericism (ASE)

http://www.aseweb.org/

The ASE (go to website) was created in 2002 during a conference at Michigan State University, with the mission to “promote excellence in scholarship and teaching in the study of esotericism and mysticism”. It arranges conferences on esotericism in North America, and is involved with the (currently dormant) peer-reviewed online journal Esoterica. It is the most important scholarly organization in our field currently active in North America.

 

Societas Magica

http://www.societasmagica.org/?no_refresh=1

The Societas Magica is an organization dedicated to furthering communication and exchange among scholars interested in the study of magic, both in the positive contexts of its expression as an area of necessary knowledge or religious practice (as in early modern occultism and contemporary paganism), and in its negative contexts as the substance of an accusation or condemnation (as in sorcery trials, and many philosophical and theological accounts, both early and late). The interests of our membership include, but are not limited to, the history and sociology of magic; theological, and intellectual apprehensions of magic; practices and theories of magic; and objects, artifacts and texts either qualified as magical by their creators, or forming the substance of an accusation of magic by others.

Established in 1994 by Richard Kieckhefer, Claire Fanger and Robert Mathiesen, the Societas originally had the purpose of sponsoring sessions on the history of magic in the middle ages at the annual International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo, Michigan. However the activities of the Societas have expanded with its increasingly diverse membership, and our interests are not limited to the medieval period. We continue to sponsor sessions both at the Medieval Congress at Kalamazoo and also at other academic conferences as proposed and organized by members. In the past these have included sessions at the Annual Meeting of the History of Science Society, the Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, and a full conference organized at the University of Waterloo in 2008. We also publish a newsletter twice yearly, and have other affiliated publications. An email list is available to those who meet the membership criteria and wish to join.

 

 

CESNUR

http://www.cesnur.org/

CESNUR (Center for Studies on New Religions; go to website) is the largest international network for the study of new religious movements, new age, and contemporary spirituality. Based in Torino, Italy, it hosts a substantial library and organizes large international conferences on NRMs and contemporary religion every year. It is an important venue for students and researchers of contemporary esoteric movements.

 

ASEM

http://aiem-asem.org/index/main_page/0-32

The Association for the Study of Esotericism and Mysticism (ASEM) is a scholarly non-profit organization that unites scholars of a humanitarian disposition in the countries of the former Soviet Union who engage in the academic study of esotericism and mysticism.

ASEM aims to unite the efforts of interested scholars to systematically study these promising phenomena, and aids in the creation of original methodologies and a corresponding descriptive language, in describing different worldviews on which esoteric and mystical movements are based, in the analysis of their symbols, categories, and social structures, in codification of the stages of development of these phenomena in history, and so on.

ASEM's priority aims are to determine the reason for a staunch prevalence of mystical and esoteric aspects in human culture in different states of its history and to determine the extent of their influence on contemporary culture. ASEM aspires to make connections with corresponding scholarly organizations in other regions of the world, scholarly projects, and joint publications.

Correspondences

http://contern.org/

Open Access academic publication in the field of esotericism. This should be a great resource for researchers in the field of contemporary esotericism. The first issue features an article by Kennet Granholm: "Ritual Black Magic: Popular Music as Occult Meditation and Practice".

 

http://wouterjhanegraaff.blogspot.de/

http://heterodoxology.com/

http://invocatio.wordpress.com/

http://praeludiamicrocosmica.wordpress.com/

http://traditionalistblog.blogspot.de/

 


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