Zvi Mark

Zvi Mark
Bar Ilan University | BIU · Department of Literature of the Jewish People

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Publications

Publications (5)
Article
Rabbi Nahman’s philosophical and literary work has generated great interest among artists in various fields over the course of the last few decades, an interest of such degree and power that it has no equal in the traditional Jewish world. In this article, I will discuss one element of Rabbi Nahman’s spiritual world that may explain to some degree...
Book
Zvi Mark uncovers previously unknown and never-before-discussed aspects of Rabbi Nachman’s personal spiritual world. The first section of the book, Revelation, explores Rabbi Nachman’s spiritual revelations, personal trials and spiritual experiments. Among the topics discussed is the powerful “Story of the Bread,” wherein Rabbi Nachman receives the...
Article
The Burnt Book was a secret work written by Reb Nachman of Braslav. R. Nachman heaped lavish praise upon this work, but at a certain point he ordered both existing copies to be destroyed. Among Braslav hasidim, there are those who believe that at the time of the redemption 'his hidden book and the burned book will be revealed'. This paper discusses...
Article
It is possible to identify in the background of Wallach's creative output two general frames of reference, frames that possess a distinct terminology, both of them dealing with the unconscious by giving pride of place to its non-rational characteristics. One is the psychological frame of conceptualization, which Wallach uses broadly and freely, and...