Karl Marx and Human Self-creation, Cyril Smith (2002)

Background Reading

Ernst Benz, The Mystical Sources of German Romantic Philosophy. (Pennsylvania, 1983.)

William C Chittick, The Sufi Path of Knowledge: Ibn Al'Arabi’s Metaphysics of Imagination. (Albany, 1989.)

Norman Cohn, Cosmos, Chaos and the World to Come: The Ancient Roots of Apocalyptic Faith. (Yale, 1993.)

Henry Corbin, The Man of Light in Iranian Sufism. (Boulder, 1978.)

Loren Goldner, Vanguard of Retrogression: Postmodern Fictions as Ideology in the Era of Fictitious Capital. (Queequeg Publications, PO Box 672355, New York, NY 10467).

Norman Hampson, The Enlightenment: an evaluation of its assumptions, attitudes and values. (Penguin, 1968.)

John Holloway, Change the World Without Taking Power: The Meaning of Revolution Today. (Pluto, 2002.)

Karen Sylvia de Leon-Jones, Giordano Bruno and the Kabbalah: Prophets, Magicians and Rabbis. (Yale, 1997.)

Glenn Magee, Hegel and the Hermetic Tradition. (Cornell 2001).

Walter Pagel, Paracelsus: an Introduction to Philosophical Medicine in the Era of Renaissance. (S. Karger, Basel, 1958).

Antoinette Mann Preston, The Infinite Worlds of Giordano Bruno. Springfield, 1958.

Gershom Scholem, Major Trends in Jewish Mysticism. (NewYork, 1974.)

Gershom Scholem, Kabbalah. (Jerusalem, 1974.)

Shimon Shokek, Kabbalah and the Art of Being. (London, 2001.)

Cyril Smith, Marx at the Millennium. (Pluto, 1996.)

Cyril Smith, Marx and the Future of the Human. 2002.

Andrew Weeks, Böhme: an Intellectual Biography of the Seventeenth-Century Philosopher and Mystic. (SUNY Press, 1991).

Frances Yates, The Occult Philosophy in the Elizabethan Age. (London 1999.)

Frances Yates, Lull and Bruno, Collected Essays, Volume 1. (London, 1982.)

Frances Yates, Giordano Bruno and the Hermetic Tradition. (London, 1964.)