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Neoplatonism. Neoplatonism is a thought form rooted in the philosophy of Plato ( c. 428-347 B.

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Neoplatonism in Augustine's Confessions
Milton's Neo-Platonic Angel?
Neoplatonism in Science: Past and Future
Sources on Late Neoplatonic Theurgy
Sources on Late Neoplatonic Theurgy. (in English, with a few exceptions).
Neoplatonism And The Hegelianism Of James Doull1

Suggested News Resources

A Review of "CS Lewis on the Final Frontier"
Lewis' “Space Trilogy” owes a certain intellectual debt to the Hermetic Reformation undertaken by the Neoplatonic theologians in Florence at the beginning of the Modern Age.
Locked Out with a Great Chain
Certainly, there was plenty of room for creativity, originality, and even dissension within the parameters of Neoplatonic thought. But basic assumptions remained unchallenged.

Suggested Web Resources

Neoplatonism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Neoplatonism [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Neo-Platonism
Neo-Platonism: Definition from Answers.com
Neo-Platonism also Neoplatonism n. A philosophical system developed at Alexandria in the third century A.D.
neoplatonic - definition of neoplatonic by the Free Online Dictionary
a. 1. Of, pertaining to, or resembling, Neoplatonism or the Neoplatonists.

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