(3)Thomas, Puzzling only from the standpoint (indicating limited perspective-of-vision) of dianoia. All beings aspire to the Good. Only one 'direction'
(41)I would also note an argument on eternity, time, and immortality by John Leslie. He calls it a platonic argument based on what he also calls his broader
(7)Thanks for this, Dylan. I guess I just assumed it's the kind of thing a Gnostic might have said. ... Michael Chase CNRS UPR 76 Paris-Villejuif France
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(4)Oh, nice! Good to hear you are taking that one, Michael, we will look forward to it. I discovered on my own there were a number in Philoponus' de eternitate.
(9)... Yes, all this very much to the point! Porphyry¹s Sententiae is a good analogy. Re: [neoplatonism] Proclus' Elements on Theology ... M.C. Surely Plotinus
(5)Re: Amish Alice: "The truly good and wise man, therefore, has already finished reasoning when he declares what he has in himself to another; but in relation
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