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- n. the study of the Kabbalah
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- n. the doctrines of the Kabbalah
- n. adherence to some extreme traditional theological concept or interpretation
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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
The Jewish establishment is up in arms over Philip Berg’s kabbalism (or “Bergism,” as one critic prefers to call it).