IPA: kʌbˈɑɫɪzʌm


  • the study of the Kabbalah

Examples of "kabbalism" in Sentences

  • The Jewish establishment is up in arms over Philip Berg’s kabbalism (or “Bergism,” as one critic prefers to call it).
  • As an elaboration of the teachings of de Moncada, with whom Pico studied at Perugia in 1486, Heptaplus demonstrated a Christianized kabbalism that combined biblical and Platonic accounts of the creation. 291 In a similar vein, the subsequent architectural writings of Pacioli interpreted alchemical transmutation as spiritual epiphany, evinced through mental and material craft. 292

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