By Murdoch, Iris; Murdoch, Jean Iris; Woolf, Virginia; Woolf, Adeline Virginia Stephen; Lazenby, Donna J.; Woolf, Virginia; Murdoch, Iris
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A dynamic exposition of the strong, historic Sephardic culture of dreaming handed down from the popular 13th-century kabbalist Isaac the Blind
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Woolf ’s dedication to the depiction of the everyday experience of the human subject, which Banfield’s analysis, in its final stages, threatens to overshadow,177 is that which gives the richest sense, ironically, of Banfield’s own observation that ‘in characterizing The Waves as an ‘abstract mystical eyeless book’ . .
The following section will explore the significance of Woolf ’s aesthetic departure from her contemporary philosophical and aesthetic influences, particularly where this departure reveals, in its rejection of reductive analyses of human experience, a vision inviting her into conversation with traditional mystical insights: insights which are particularly relevant for current interdisciplinary discussions in theology, philosophy of religion and literature. The shape of Woolf ’s departure from these influences – a departure partly defined by her engagement with, and reaction to, her contemporaries’ conceptions of mysticism – will strongly resemble the shape of our divergence here from Marcus’, Goldman’s and James’ accounts of the mystical.
Indd 19 11/22/2013 3:26:46 PM 20 a mystical philosophy unifying, harmonising ‘aesthetic emotion’ in The Waves, here identified with the mystical, and thereby to support, in contrast, a rational, feminist project, in which the mystical is exhausted by reference to quasi-sacred mythology and allegory. ’35 Goldman, continuing to oppose the mystical and rational, attempts to argue that the presence of a ‘less abstract’ political instinct in Woolf ’s creative intention should diminish our sense of the mystical in The Waves.
A Mystical Philosophy: Transcendence and Immanence in the Works of Virginia Woolf and Iris Murdoch by Murdoch, Iris; Murdoch, Jean Iris; Woolf, Virginia; Woolf, Adeline Virginia Stephen; Lazenby, Donna J.; Woolf, Virginia; Murdoch, Iris