Umberto Eco Quote

For the Kabalist, the fact that God expresses Himself, even though His utterances are beyond any human insight, is more important than any specific and coded meaning His words can convey.


Semiotics and the Philosophy of Language (1984)

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For the Kabalist, the fact that God expresses Himself, even though His utterances are beyond any human insight, is more important than any specific...

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For the Kabalist, the fact that God expresses Himself, even though His utterances are beyond any human insight, is more important than any specific...

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For the Kabalist, the fact that God expresses Himself, even though His utterances are beyond any human insight, is more important than any specific...

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For the Kabalist, the fact that God expresses Himself, even though His utterances are beyond any human insight, is more important than any specific...