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Wouter Hanegraaff
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Professor of History of Hermetic Philosophy at the University of Amsterdam
Professor of History of Hermetic Philosophy at the University of Amsterdam

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Horizon 2020: Walking the Road with Robert Musil
Last year,
during these dark days before Christmas, I posted an even darker text with the
title “Profile 2016” . I made an attempt to highlight and analyze the main
structural problems with which Western society is struggling, especially the
Reign of Neolib...

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Horizon 2020
Last year,
during these dark days before Christmas, I posted an even darker text with the
title “Profile 2016” . I made an attempt to highlight and analyze the main
structural problems with which Western society is struggling, especially the
Reign of Neolib...

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Perspective 2016
The world is changing. At this end of the year, with
Christmas coming up and a New Year just around the corner, I feel a need to
gain some perspective on what is happening all around us, and how it is
affecting our very ways of thinking, our very ways of li...

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Perspective 2016
The world is changing. At this end of the year, with
Christmas coming up and a New Year just around the corner, I feel a need to
gain some perspective on what is happening all around us, and how it is
affecting our very ways of thinking, our very ways of li...

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Perspective 2016
The world is changing. At this end of the year, with
Christmas coming up and a New Year just around the corner, I feel a need to
gain some perspective on what is happening all around us, and how it is
affecting our very ways of thinking, our very ways of li...

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Theosophy in Secret Germany
Melchior Lechter, Panis angelorum (1906) In my very first blogpost on Creative Reading (2012)
I wrote about the German poet Stefan George and his "hidden church of the
spirit." At first sight, this elite cult of refined esthetics and
homo-erotic spiritualit...

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On the Death of Khaled Asaad
This week, IS tortured and killed Khaled Asaad, the antiquities chief of Palmyra. He was decapitated at a public square, and his body was hung from a Roman column in one of the ruins to the restoration of which he had devoted more than fifty years of his li...

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On Reading Email (Once a Week)
I remember it very well. One day in
the early 1990s I was reading the weekly journal of the University of Utrecht,
where I was a student, and came across a small column that announced the
invention and introduction of a brand-new way of communication. It wa...

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On Reading Email (Once a Week)
I remember it very well. One day in
the early 1990s I was reading the weekly journal of the University of Utrecht,
where I was a student, and came across a small column that announced the
invention and introduction of a brand-new way of communication. It wa...
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