Plotinus: An Introduction to the Enneads

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Clarendon Press, Jan 28, 1993 - Philosophy - 154 pages
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This is the ideal introduction to the thought of the third-century AD writer Plotinus, one of the greatest of ancient philosophers, now enjoying a major revival of interest. Dominic O'Meara has tailored the book carefully to the requirements of students: he writes clearly and authoritatively, assumes no knowledge of Greek or expertise in ancient philosophy, stays close to the texts, and relates Plotinus's ideas to modern philosophical concerns.
 

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P1otinus Life and Works
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Plotinus in Western Thought
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