The Spiritual Diary

Emanuel Swedenborg

This work is in five volumes. Only the first three volumes are currently in print.

Volume One

Format: Paperback
Pages: 446
Translator: W H Acton and A W Acton
Editor: Stephen McNeilly
Publisher: The Swedenborg Society
Dimensions: 190 x 230 mm
Language: English
Place of publication: London, UK
Date of publication: 2002

Volume Two

Format: Paperback
Pages: 494
Translator: George Bush and John H Smithson
Editor: Stephen McNeilly
Publisher: The Swedenborg Society
Dimensions: 190 x 230 mm
Language: English
Place of publication: London, UK
Date of publication: 2002

Volume Three

Format: Paperback
Pages: 451
Translator: George Bush and John H Smithson
Editor: Stephen McNeilly
Publisher: The Swedenborg Society
Dimensions: 190 x 230 mm
Language: English
Place of publication: London, UK
Date of publication: 2003

The Spiritual Diary (vol. 1)
(ISBN: 0-85448132-x)

£23.95

The Spiritual Diary (vol. 2)
(ISBN: 0-85448-133-8)

£23.95

The Spiritual Diary (vol. 3)
(ISBN: 0-85448-135-4)

£23.95

Synopsis

Swedenborg's Spiritual Diary is possibly the most comprehensive study of the human mind and its relation to the spiritual world ever published. It was first published in Latin, in 1843, seventy-one years after the author's death, and contains entries scribbled in the margins of another work.

W B Yeats wrote: 'One day I opened The Spiritual Diary of Swedenborg, which I had not taken down for twenty years, and found all there...'

Volume 1 contains an introductory essay by Jorge Luis Borges and covers the entries numbered §§1-1538.

Volume 2 covers the entries numbered §§1539-3240.

Volume 3 covers the entries numbered §§3241-4544.