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Uber einege Grundbegreiffe des Judentums, Frankfurt am Main, Suhrkamp, 1970. Morlok offered an analysis of the role played by Kabbalistic symbolism in articulating contemporary scientific discoveries, rational philosophy and mysticism, in Satanow’s little-studied treatise Imre Binah. Yet these procedures are widely known in Sufism. Kabbalah, as most readers know, comes from Hebrew and is generally translated as "tradition" or "received oral tradition".

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