- Luria, Isaac ben Solomon
- (1534, Jerusalén–5 ago. 1572, Safed, Siria).Místico judío y fundador de una escuela de Cábala. Se crió en Egipto, donde siguió estudios rabínicos. Se dedicó al estudio de la Cábala con fervor mesiánico y en 1570 viajó a un centro del movimiento en Galilea. Murió dos años más tarde en una epidemia, habiendo escrito poco. La Cábala luriánica, una colección de sus doctrinas registradas después de su muerte por un discípulo, ejerció gran influencia sobre el posterior misticismo judío y el hasidismo. Propone una teoría de la creación y posterior degeneración del mundo e insta a la restauración de la armonía original a través de la meditación ritual y las combinaciones secretas de palabras.
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LURIA, ISAAC BEN SOLOMON — (1534–1572), kabbalist, referred to as Ha Ari (האר״י; the (sacred) lion from the initials of האלוהי רבי יצחק; Ha Elohi Rabbi Yiẓḥak, the divine Rabbi ). This cognomen was in use by the end of the 16th century, apparently at first in kabbalistic… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Luria, Isaac ben Solomon — born 1534, Jerusalem died Aug. 5, 1572, Safed, Syria Jewish mystic and founder of a school of Kabbala. He was brought up in Egypt, where he pursued rabbinic studies. He dedicated himself to the study of the Kabbala with messianic fervour, and in… … Universalium
Luria, Isaac ben-Solomon (ha-Ari) — (1534–72) Safad mystic. Luria was one of the most important figures in Jewish mysticism (the Cabbala). Only the barest facts of his life are known; much that was recounted of him later is legend. His father, Solomon Ashkenazi, probably came… … Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament
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