Definition of Johannes Eckhart

1. Noun. German Roman Catholic theologian and mystic (1260-1327).

Lexicographical Neighbors of Johannes Eckhart

Johann Gutenberg
Johann Joachim Winckelmann
Johann Ludwig Uhland
Johann Mendel
Johann Muller
Johann Sebastian Bach
Johann Strauss
Johann Winckelmann
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Johannes Brahms
Johannes Diderik van der Waals
Johannes Eckhart (current term)
Johannes Evangelista Purkinje
Johannes Gutenberg
Johannes Kepler
Johannes Peter Muller
Johannes Vilhelm Jensen
Johannes van der Waals
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Literary usage of Johannes Eckhart

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Selections from the World's Devotional Classics by George William Gilmore (1916)
"Johannes Eckhart (OR ECKHARDT) German scholastic and mystic, called "Meister (or Master) Eckhart"; he was born at Hochheim, and the date of his birth was ..."

2. The Twentieth Century Christ by David Patterson Hatch (1906)
"From these great rationalists or idealists, whichever you may choose to call them, let us turn a moment to Johannes Eckhart, the first famous speculative ..."

3. Innerland: A Guide Into the Heart of the Gospel by Eberhard Arnold (1999)
"Wherever God is, his kingdom - the final kingdom - draws near. He is the God of peace, whose presence brings "Johannes Eckhart, ..."

4. Friedrich Ueberwegs Grundriss der Geschichte der Philosophie by Friedrich Ueberweg, Max Heinze (1903)
"•o- Der bedeutendste Vertreter und der Vollender der Richtung ist Johannes Eckhart (um 1260—1327). Fast in allen Punkten auf die Lehren früherer, ..."

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