Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.
6277
Prometheus Trust Conference July 2014 "Know Thyself" Just to let anyone interested know, the Prometheus Trust conference has had its venue switched to Gilwell Park Conference Centre, Chingford, Essex (a few miles
Tim Addey
Apr 20
#6277
 
6276
Re: On Proclus on the self-constituted? My apologies for the double-posting on my last message; having some problem with figuring out from which email address to send things for the list. Chlup's
Jonathan Greig
Apr 11
#6276
 
6275
Re: On Proclus on the self-constituted? Thank you! I have found steel's article in German in the brill volume on Proclus' metaphysics and teachings about the soul. I will try to send it to you this
Sara Ahbel-Rappe
Apr 11
#6275
 
Fetching Sponsored Content...
6274
Re: On Proclus on the self-constituted? Dear Sara, John Whittaker's 'The Historical Background of Proclus' Doctrine of the αὐθυπόστατα' is one directly relevant article that I've been
Jonathan Greig
Apr 10
#6274
 
6273
Re: On Proclus on the self-constituted? Dear Sara, John Whittaker's 'The Historical Background of Proclus' Doctrine of the αὐθυπόστατα' is one directly relevant article that I've been
Jonathan Greig
Apr 10
#6273
 
6272
Re: On Proclus on the self-constituted? Just in case you don't already know this one, Sara: Whittaker, John, “Proclus’ Doctrine of the AYTHYPOSTATA” in De Jamblique à Proclus, Entretiens sur
vaeringjar
Apr 10
#6272
 
6271
On Proclus on the self-constituted? Dear all, I know there are some important articles on this topic out there but I am having a hard time tracking them down. can anyone recommend some basic
Sara Ahbel-Rappe
Apr 10
#6271
 
6270
Re: Moderatus  Hello Dennis  I have studied various traditions and disciplines to see if they say the same thing and  I am not alone in seeking an oral or
Dan Hartjes
Apr 3
#6270
 
6269
Re: Welcome to new member Greg, Thank you very much, if I need any help, I will. In fact, I looked at Roger Beck's book, A Brief History of Ancient Astrology and it seemed complicated.
nilufer_akcay
Apr 1
#6269
 
6268
Re: Origin of the Theory of Forms In order to know the origin of the theory of forms we must of course go back to the unwritten theorems which form its basis. We know that the foundation of
willisbrian13
Mar 29
#6268
 
6267
Re: Origin of the Theory of Forms We know that the Greeks took the indefinite itself as the foundation of being as being. I have also noticed that philosophers nowadays have a lot of trouble
willisbrian13
Mar 29
#6267
 
6266
Re: Oops. Quite right. Best thing *I wish* I had written. ... Michael Chase CNRS UPR 76 Paris-Villejuif France
Goya
Mar 28
#6266
 
6265
Re: Michael Chase wrote ôIt is by far the best thing I have written on the Arabic version of Plotinus.ö Perhaps your æFreudian slipÆ is showing!? From:
Hermes Lapis
Mar 28
#6265
 
6264
Re: D'Ancona's chapter Yes, I have heard somewhere that the parts of a book that Google Books shows varies, but IÆm not sure of the basis. Try a different computer. Bruce ... Yes, I
Bruce MacLennan
Mar 24
#6264
 
6263
Re: I got the same message Stephen ________________________________ From: neoplatonism@yahoogroups.com [neoplatonism@yahoogroups.com] on behalf of
Clark, Stephen
Mar 24
#6263
 
Fetching Sponsored Content...
6262
Re: Strange. Tried again with both Explorer and Firefox. When proceeding beyond p. 40, screen message reads: "Pages 41-518 are not shown in this preview." Will
david.gallagher70
Mar 24
#6262
 
6261
Re: D'Ancona's chapter Like David Gallagher, I can only see, frustratingly, the first four pages of DÆAnconaÆs chapter in The Letter Before the Spirit when I follow the Google
Peter Cheyne
Mar 24
#6261
 
6260
Re: That's not true, David. I can read the whole article. ... Michael Chase CNRS UPR 76 Paris-Villejuif France
Goya
Mar 24
#6260
 
6259
Re: ... That¹s a very fine tribute to Cristina, Mike. Thanks for the reference! John Re: [neoplatonism] At the following address:
John Dillon
Mar 23
#6259
 
6258
Re: Frustrating. It appears only four pages of the D'Ancona article are available; sufficient to be extremely enticing, but so disappointing to then encounter the
david.gallagher70
Mar 23
#6258
 
6257
RES: [neoplatonism] Thanks for letting us know about it, Michael! The article is really impressive! JosΘ De: neoplatonism@yahoogroups.com [mailto:neoplatonism@yahoogroups.com] Em
Baracat Junior
Mar 23
#6257
 
6256
(no subject) At the following address: http://books.google.com/books?id=qSQyAQAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false For the time
Goya
Mar 23
#6256
 
6255
Re: Welcome to new member Argh, that is when my eyes, if not exactly cross, get a little glazed over, with ecliptics and the like. I need to bear down on this some time. It's not like
vaeringjar
Mar 22
#6255
 
6254
Re: Welcome to new member ... M.C. And that's one of the problems, because they're not. The Milky Way intersects the ecliptic not at Cancer and Capricorn, but at Gemini and Sagittarius.
Goya
Mar 20
#6254
 
6253
Re: Welcome to new member Nulifer, I'm glad to be of service. If you have any questions regarding the book or astrology, please don't hesitate to ask. It's not an easy read. I'm not an
Greg Kramer
Mar 20
#6253
 
6252
Re: Welcome to new member Perhaps noteworthy in 'passing': http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maeshowe (Orkney, Scotland, ca. 2800 BCE) From the article: "It is aligned so that the rear
david.gallagher70
Mar 20
#6252
 
6251
Re: Welcome to new member And, as Porphyry says, they are located at the extremities of the Milky Way, which is the repository of souls, and hence they serve as gateways, coming and
vaeringjar
Mar 20
#6251
 
Fetching Sponsored Content...
6250
Re: Welcome to new member The last chapter of my thesis will be related to the parts of astrology, to which I am looking forward. I would like to thank you for sending the link of the
nilufer_akcay
Mar 20
#6250
 
6249
Re: Welcome to new member ... Michael, The rising and descending refers to the embodiment of soul through the planetary dignities. Cancer is ruled by the Moon which is nearest Earth;
Greg Kramer
Mar 20
#6249
 
6248
Re: Welcome to new member Michael, Cancer and Capricorn are the zodiacal signs in which the respective summer and winter solstices occur; Cancer that where the northern hemisphere of
david.gallagher70
Mar 19
#6248
 
View First Topic Go to View Last Topic
Loading 1 - 30 of total 6,277 messages