Pity in the life and thought of plotinus
In David T. Runia (ed.), Plotinus Amid Gnostics and Christians: Papers Presented at the Plotinus Symposium Held at the Free University, Amsterdam, on 25 January 1984. Vu Uitgeverij/Free University Press (1984)
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