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Foreword by Joscelyn Godwin
The Exhortation to Philosophy
The Golden Verses of Pythagoras
able according to nature acquire acquisition actions affirm animals apprehend Archytas arise Aristotle beautiful become better body cause Chalcis Commentary constituted contemplation contrary corporeal cultivate daemon death desire despise disciplines discursive reason divine dogmas element essence Eunapius evil Exhortation to Philosophy exoteric eyes felicity give Gods Golden Verses Gorgias greatest Greek Greek language habit Hades happy harmony Hence highest honor human Iamblichus ignorance imitation immortal intellect intelligible irrational Joscelyn Godwin justice kind knowledge labor liberated live means mode of exhortation Moreover multitude namely necessary Oracle perfect Phaedo philoso Plato Platonist pleasure Plotinus possess practice principles Proclus produced pure Pythagorean Pythagorean school Pythagoric rightly rule sake sense sight signifies similar soul Stobaeus study of Philosophy subsists Symbol temperate theoretic things Thomas Taylor thought translation true truly truth uninitiated universe virtue wealth Wherefore wisdom or insight