Plotinus was a major Greek-speaking philosopher of the ancient world. In his
philosophy there are three principles: the One, the Intellect, and the Soul.
A look at various aspects of Plotinus' Neoplatonic system. Includes extensive
suggestions for further reading.
Jun 30, 2003 ... Plotinus (204/5 – 270 C.E.), is generally regarded as the founder of
Neoplatonism. He is one of the most influential philosophers in antiquity ...
Plotinus was born at Lycopolis, in Upper Egypt in 204 CE, and died at Campania
in 270 CE. In the twenty-eighth year of his life he applied himself to philosophy, ...
Plotinus (c. A.D. 204 - 270) was an Egyptian/Greek/Roman philosopher of the
Hellenistic period. He is widely considered the founder (along with his less
Plotinus was the founder of Neoplatonism, the dominant philosophical movement
of the Graeco-Roman world in late antiquity, and the most significant thinker of ...
The Six Enneads By Plotinus Written 250 A.C.E.. Translated by Stephen
Mackenna and B. S. Page. The Six Enneads has been divided into the following
Plotinus, (born 205 ce, Lyco, or Lycopolis, Egypt?—died 270, Campania) ancient
philosopher, the centre of an influential circle of intellectuals and men of letters ...
Plotinus (ca. 204/5Ð270 CE) was a major philosopher of the ancient world. In his
system of theory there are the three principles: the One, the Intellect, and the ...
List of works by Plotinus, part of the Internet Classics Archive.