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Hayyim Rothman

. Appealing to Schelling's Philosophy of Art , Alexandrov wrote that ‘beauty is the union of the infinity of spirit and the finitude of matter (Schelling 1989 , 85).’ The one who relates to the world from the standpoint of Azilut , uniting finite and infinite in the Absolute, ‘becomes the partner of God in the work of creation.’ Exercising ‘absolute freedom’ of will in creatively dictating the law, he or she defines the contours of divine will and in this sense makes God . Drawing on a zoharic teaching usually understood as a reference to the theurgic power of the

in No masters but God