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There is not much criticism that can be addressed to plorino commentary, at least none that really compromises its quality. The verticality of mystical experience. Filosofi Medioplatonici del II secolo d. The current work has been thoroughly updated since then and is now published as the first full-length commentary on Ennead I.
En The Journal of Hindu Studies, vol. He reprints the exact text from the editio minorwith the corrections from the Addenda. A dura di. He does not incorporate into the text the modifications that he thinks are necessary.
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The first draws ten parallels between Ennead I. On the Descent of the Soul into Bodies, transl. Hew York, Dover Publications. It is now time, leaving every object of sense far behind, to contemplate, by a certain ascent, a beauty of a much higher order; a beauty not visible to the corporeal eye, but alone manifest to the brighter eye of the soul, independent of all corporeal aid.
This book was initially a Ph. Pleasure and distress, fear and courage, desire and aversion, where have these affections and experiences their seat? Plotinus, Self and the World. Monopsychism, Mysticism and Metaconsciousness. Oxford, Oxford University Press, pp. Reading Plato in Antiquity. En The Journal of Religion, Vol.
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En The Classical Quarterly, vol 12, pp 99 — The overall feeling, when we read the translation, is not one of ease. Beyond Language and Reason. Studi sul platonismo da Arcesilao a Proclo, Milano, Bibliopolis, pp. It is by participation of species that we call every sensible object beautiful. Essays on the Discourse and Practice of the Phenomenology of Religion.
That the Intelligibles are not External to the Intellect, and on the Good, transl. The Continuum Companion to Hindu Studies. In his translation, M. Please wait, image is loading The opening lines of the treatise, it seems, refer to the Eudemian Ethics b1 rather than to the Nicomachean Ethics b Where Religion and Philosophy meet. Just as those who penetrate into the holy retreats of sacred mysteries, are first purified and then divest themselves of their garments, until someone by such a process, having dismissed everything foreign from the God, by himself alone, beholds the solitary principle of the universe, sincere, simple and pure, from which all things depend, and to whose transcendent perfections the eyes of all intelligent natures are directed, as the proper cause of being, life and intelligence.
Plktino Documents Collection On Line. For if anyone shall become acquainted with this source of beauty he will then know what I say, and after what manner he is beautiful. It is not obvious that you can equate “phantasma” and “phantasia”, at least not without further argumentation. In search of the Truth.
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The mysticism of the Enneads. Deconstruction, Theology and Philosophy.
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XXXIX, nro 1, pp — The Hague, Martinus Nijhoff. Frankfurt am Main, Verlag Peter Lang. En Archivers de Philosophie, tom. A Very Eneadaw Introduction.
Language, Memory, And Mysticism. A Critique with Reference to P. Wallis Neoplatonism London and The ancient sources are highlighted and modern interpretations are taken into account. But that which is superior to these is no other than the fountain of good, everywhere widely diffusing around the streams of beauty, and hence in discourse called the beautiful itself because beauty eneadaw its immediate offspring.
Sign in to annotate. The translation at 2. Plotinus on plotono Appearance of Time and the World of Sense. En History of Religions, vol.