Neoplatonic Questions 

Jose M. Zamora Calvo (Author, Editor), 2014

 

The nine essays in this volume were presented at the Eighth Annual Conference of the International Society for Neoplatonic Studies (ISNS). ISNS Conferences, annually held, bring together scholars from all over the world interested in Plato’s philosophy and its tradition. This time, the selected articles deal with the interpretations of Plato by authors like Plotinus, Porphyry, Proclus, and Damascius, as well as with the romantic English poetry reception of this hermeneutic tradition. They include perspectives as wide as philosophic, historical, or literary, and in different contexts, like pagan, Christian, Jewish, etc. All of them aim to give a new appreciation of Neoplatonic Philosophy and a better understanding of what Platonism and Neoplatonism may be.

(Text by the author)

 

Contents

Introduction

Slaveva-Griffin – Plotinian Motifs in the pseudo-Galenic De Spermate

Atsushi Sumi – Plotinus on Sophist 248e6-249a2

Malena Tonelli – La exégesis de Plotino del Timeo de Platón. Un análisis de la relación entre el demiurgo y la segunda hipóstasis

Judith Omtzigt – The Moral Status of the Plotinian Artist

José M. Zamora Calvo –  Contexts of συμπάθεια in Plotinus

Jean-Michel Charrue – Providence ou liberté: Porphyre

Antoni Bordoy Fernández – Orphic Influence on Proclus’ Exegesis of Plato: The Goddess Necessity and the Descent of Souls into Bodies

Michael Chase – Whitehead and Damascius on Time

José Miguel Vicente Pecino – The Neoplatonic Tradition on the English Romantic Poetry, 1757-1850

 Index locorum

Index of Modern Authors

Authors

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