... Yes, all this very much to the point! Porphyry¹s Sententiae is a good analogy. Re: [neoplatonism] Proclus' Elements on Theology ... M.C. Surely Plotinus
On 4 March 2015 at 00:00, John Dillon jmdillon@... [neoplatonism] < ... And so consistent in as much as his logic goes... -dino On 4 Marchdocenteinfofilo
... M.C. Surely Plotinus doesn't do "philosophy as commentary", although he was certainly inspired by the readings in his seminar of a whole slew ofbucheron37
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