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Notas sobre Moisés el Egipcio de Jan Assmann

Jan Assmann

Jan Assmann

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Nota del autor::

El siguiente texto es un experimento. Es el primero de una serie de “notas” sobre unos capítulos seleccionados de Moisés el Egipcio de Jan Assmann. Mis objetivos principales son el motivar a más gente a leer el libro y moldear como lo leen.  Read more …

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Notes sur Moïse l’Egyptien

Jan Assmann

Jan Assmann

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Note de l’auteur :

Le texte suivant est une expérience. C’est la première d’une série de « notes » sur des chapitres choisis du livre de Jan Assmann, Moïse l’Egyptien. Mes principaux buts sont d’encourager plus de gens à lire le livre et de les préparer à le lire.  Read more …

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La haine née sur le Sinaï :
Moïse l’Egyptien, par Jan Assmann

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Jan Assmann
Moses the Egyptian: The Memory of Egypt in Western Monotheism
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1997

[Tr. fr.: Jan Assmann, Moïse l’Egyptien, Paris, Flammarion, coll. Champs, 2003.]

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Notes on Moses the Egyptian

Jan Assmann

Jan Assmann

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Translations: French, Spanish

Author’s Note:

The following text is an experiment. It is the first of a series of “notes” on select chapters of Jan Assmann’s Moses the Egyptian. My primary aims are to encourage more people to read the book and to shape how they read it.

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El odio nacido en el Sinaí:
Moisés el Egipcio de Jan Assmann

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Jan Assmann
Moises el Egipcio
Translated by Javier Alonso López
Madrid: Oberon, 2003

Cuando leí por primera vez Moisés el Egipcio de Jan Assmann en Junio de 1997, fue una experiencia que cambió mi vida. Read more …

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The Hatred Born on Sinai:
Jan Assmann’s Moses the Egyptian

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Jan Assmann
Moses the Egyptian: The Memory of Egypt in Western Monotheism
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1997

When I first read Jan Assmann’s Moses the Egyptian in June of 1997, it was a life-changing experience. Moses the Egyptian belongs to the rarest genre of academic books: the bold and exciting ones.  Read more …

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Akhnaton on Racial Diversity

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Faience tiles from the palace of Rameses III at Medinet Habu near Thebes: foreign captives (left to right: Libyan, Nubian, Syrian, Shasu Bedouin, and Hittite), 20th dynasty, 12th century BCE.

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[A]lthough nothing even hints at the existence of a code of ethics attached to the Religion of the Disk, in the amount of evidence yet unearthed, there are, in his Longer Hymn to the Sun, three remarkable lines which express, more eloquently perhaps than any others, the young king’s idea of man—three lines which have not attracted, as far as I know, the special attention of any archaeologists: Read more …

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Life is Worship:
Savitri Devi’s Son of the Sun

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Savitri Devi endures as an enigmatic figure in recent history. She is probably best known as “Hitler’s Priestess,”[1] a fiercely unrepentant and mystically inclined supporter of National Socialist Germany. Read more …

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La vie est un culte:
Savitri Devi’s Akhenaton, Fils du Soleil

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Savitri Devi demeure une figure énigmatique dans l’histoire récente. Elle est probablement le mieux connue comme la « prêtresse d’Hitler »,[1] une partisane farouchement impénitente de l’Allemagne nationale-socialiste, et portée au mysticisme. Read more …

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