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Porphyry, being a Neoplatonist, starts with universal principles, asking Iamblichus to define what the Egyptian Theosophers consider the First Cause to be.

Iamblichus is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Iamblichus books and related discussion.

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Iamblichus' Life of Pythagoras
goras by Iamblichus are authentic; is acknowledged by speaks of Iamblichus as a man of a most acute genius. under the title of Iamblichus De Mysteriis.
Iamblichus' Defence of Theurgy: Some Reflections
Iamblichus ﻧﺟري ـ ﺟﻣﺑﻟﯾك اﻟﻌ
Iamblichus on Pythagoras - Philaletheians
Iamblichus on Pythagoras - tr. Taylor v. 6.

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Iamblichus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Iamblichus Page
The Page of Iamblichus in the Shrine of the Goddess Athena.
Iamblichus: Theurgia, or the Egyptian Mysteries
Iamblichus (c. A.D.
Iamblichus of Chalcis
Great Theosophists--Iamblichus: The Egyptian Mysteries (11 of 29)
Iamblichus, the third member of this great Neoplatonic triad, was born in Chalsis, in Coele-Syria, at about the middle of the third century.

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