Review of Eric D. Perl, theophany: The neoplatonic philosophy of dionysius the areopagite [Book Review]

Sophia 48 (2):217-219 (2009)
Abstract
Theophany is an excellent introduction to Dionysius, and to the principles of Neoplatonic thought as developed by Plotinus and Proclus. Graduate students and even advanced undergraduates might profit from it, and those of us who have been working on Dionysius for years certainly will
Keywords Dionysius  Neoplatonism  Dionysius the Areopagite  Pseudo-dionysius  Neoplatonic  Philosophy  Mysticism  Mystical theology  Proclus  Plotinus
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