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... M.C. That would be Neoplatonic approach, all right, but Razi is against Neoplatonic-style continuous creation and believes in creation within time. He
Proclus' Elements on Theology
... Yes, all this very much to the point! Porphyry¹s Sententiae is a good analogy. Re: [neoplatonism] Proclus' Elements on Theology ... M.C. Surely Plotinus
"The Exegesis of Phil K Dick"?
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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Question Plato's languages
Oh, yes, I am hoping someday to attend these conferences meet all my online friends. Little lonely out here in the far Northwest, not that I am exactly a
Works on 'grounding' and Neoplatonism
Hi Michael, Many thanks for those references! I read O’Meara’s chapter a while back, but you’re right, I forgot he does get into the priority terminology
Tim, Now I see the confusion I did: I was worried with where Apollo comes in in the story. Yes, you are definitely right: the vow in Plato is made upon Theseus
Prometheus Trust Re: Query: Cushman Therapeia
I would be careful of how much excerpts in terms of copyright and fair use. I still can't determine if it is in copyright. Meanwhile, your Meetup group is out
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