The Oceanic Feeling, Mysticism and Kabbalah: Freud’s Historical Roots

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Click Here to Read:  The Oceanic Feeling, Mysticism and Kabbalah: Freud’s Historical Roots by  Stanley Schneider and Joseph H Berke.

This article originally appeared as  Schneider, S. & Berke, J.H. (2008).  The Oceanic Feeling, Mysticism and Kabbalah: Freud’s Historical Roots. Psychoanalytic Review 95: 1, pp. 131-155 and appears here with all requisite rights and permissions.

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One Comment on “The Oceanic Feeling, Mysticism and Kabbalah: Freud’s Historical Roots”

  1. Richard Klein Says:

    The Hebrew word pardes (פרדס orchard) is actually of Persian origin and appears several times in the Bible. Persian is also the source of the word paradise, which entered English via Latin and Greek


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