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Bibliography in English (only on androgyny and related subjects)

Boudewijn Koole, Man en vrouw zijn een: De androgynie in het Christendom,
in het bijzonder bij Jacob Boehme
(English title: Man and woman
are one: Androgyny in Christianity, particularly in the works of Jacob
Boehme
), Utrecht 1986, with extensive ‘Summary
in English’
, 315-339, [with extensive Bibliographies and with extensive
Indices
on I. Subjects and names II. Citations of Boehme III. Citations
of the Bible IV. Authors]; = diss. Utrecht 1986 [This publication was made possible by the Bibliotheca Philosophica Hermetica in Amsterdam]
for a short summary see its abstract [with a number of the Theses defendend]

Idem, Voorbij het patriarchaat: tegenbeelden van de westerse kultuur:
de relatie van westerse spirituele tradities tot de fundamenten van de
kultuur
(only in Dutch; translated title: Beyond patriarchy: counterimages
of Western culture: the relation of Western spiritual traditions to the
foundations of culture
), Kampen 1989, 222 pp.

Idem, `Androgyny in Early Christianity and in the Reformation: Illustrations
of the Relation between Religion, Patriarchy and Matriarchy in Western
Culture
‘, [Summary
of a lecture
held at the XVIth I.A.H.R. Congress, Rome, 3-8 September
1990], in: BOOK OF ABSTRACTS: General Lectures[/] Sections and Panels[/]
List of speakers
, XVIth I.A.H.R. Congress, Rome, 3-8 September 1990,
pp. 472-473

 

For my later publications about related themes, as “union of opposites” and “non-dualism” in West and East see the other subcategories s.v. “Publicaties” in the sidebar, particularly (s.v. “Lezingen”) my lecture “Verlichting en het niet-dualistisch omgaan met tegenstellingen” and “Stellingen bij een lezing”

as well as my lecture “Het DNA van mens en wereld volgens Jacob Boehme” of May 2016 (in publication) and the soon to be published* book about Jacob Boehme, his Theoscopia, his ideas in general and the spread of his work through Holland in the 17th Century (including many chapters by my hand)

*  by the Bibliotheca Philosophica Hermetica, Amsterdam, in its Pimander-series

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