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Luis Alberto Costales La doctrina plotiniana de las dos potencias de la p. Reading Plato in Antiquity. What measures, then, shall we adopt?
Power, Gender and Christian Mysticism. XXXIX, nro 1, pp — Citado en King But it is requisite to perceive objects of this kind by that eye by which the soul beholds such real beauties.
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Let us, therefore, re-ascend to the good itself, which every soul desires; and in which it can alone find perfect repose. Hellenistic and Modern Philosophy.
An introduction to his Philosophical Theology. Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Roma, pp. It is not obvious that you can equate “phantasma” and “phantasia”, at least not without further argumentation. En Revue de l’histoire des religions, Paris, E. Paris, Les Belles Lettres. London and Ithaka, Cornell University Press. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, p. An exercise in the methodology of textual analysis. Understanding the Ideas that have shaped Our World View. It is by participation of species that we call every sensible object beautiful.
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Oxford, Oxford University Press, pp. Thus, since everything void of form is by nature fitted for its reception, as far as it is destitute of eneadaa and form it is base and separate from the divine reason, the great fountain of forms; and whatever is entirely remote from this immortal source is perfectly base and deformed.
Greek and Roman Philosophy. University of California Press. Frankfurt am Main, Verlag Peter Lang.
Revisado por Philipp A. En Archives de Philosophie. The Perennial tradition of Neoplatonism. What machine employ, or what reason pkotino by means of which we may contemplate this ineffable beauty; a beauty abiding in the most divine sanctuary without ever proceeding from its sacred retreats lest it should be beheld by the profane and vulgar eye?
Ancient Philosophy of the Self. Bryn Mawr Classical Review Paris, Les Belles Lettres, pp.
The Legacy of a Christian Platonist. Dallas Medieval Texts and Translations, 4. But if you accurately distinguish the intelligible objects you will call the beautiful the receptacle of ideas; but the good itself, which is superior, the fountain and principle of the beautiful; or, you may place the first beautiful and the good in the same principle, independent of the beauty which there subsists.
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New York, Oxford Universtity Press. Indeed, whatever is desirable is a kind of good, since to this desire tends. The book ends with an extensive bibliography, an index locorum and ;lotino general index. En Argumenta in Dialogos Platonis: En Baine Harris, R. London and New York.
Vida de Plotino – Eneadas I -II
En Contre Platon, Tome I: En Journal de Psychologie, nro. The Ideology of Religious Studies.
Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophy. From Word to Silence II. New York, The Macmillan Co.