Saint Hildegard’s Vegetal Psycho-Physio-Theology
AbstractBesides a series of psycho-physiological correspondences between parts of the soul and physical processes, one finds in Hildegard’s corpus an entire hagiography and a theography mapped onto parts of plants in a sort of spiritual botany. The analogies mixed together with the non-analogical emanations of viriditas are complex, insofar as they involve particular species of plants or plant organs, psychic faculties, and chief actors in the Judeo-Christian theological drama. View Full-Text
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Marder, Michael. 2018. "Saint Hildegard’s Vegetal Psycho-Physio-Theology." Religions 9, no. 11: 353.
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