or Eck·ardt, Eck·art
- Jo·han·nes [yoh-hah-nuh s] /yoʊˈhɑ nəs/, Meister Eckhart, c1260–1327?, Dominican theologian and preacher: founder of German mysticism.
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I am as necessary to God, Eckhart is fond of saying, as God is necessary to me.Esoteric Christianity, or The Lesser Mysteries
Eckhart has been called the first of the speculative mystics.
They have come to that state which Eckhart calls ‘finding all creatures in God and God in all creatures.’Ruysbroeck
But whence did Eckhart derive his expressions which reappear in Dante?Matelda and the Cloister of Hellfde
Matilda of Magdeburg
He was the iron landmark of the ages—Eckhart, the creator of eternal values.The Evolution of Love
- Johannes (joˈhanəs), called Meister Eckhart. ?1260–?1327, German Dominican theologian, mystic, and preacher
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