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  1. Marilena Vlad (2014). Discourse and Suppression of Discourse in Damascius’ De Principiis. Rhizomata 2 (2):213-233.
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  2. Marilena Vlad (2013). Damascius Et la Divination du Principe Incoordonné. Revue Philosophique De Louvain 111 (3):469-490.
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  3. Marilena Vlad (2012). Inéluctable totalité : Damascius et l'aporie du principe au-delà du tout. Synthesis Philosophica 27 (1):141-157.
    Dans cet article, nous discutons la première partie de l’aporie du principe premier énoncée par Damascius dans son Traité des premiers principes. La question qui se pose est de savoir quelle est la source de cette aporie qui met face à face le principe et le « tout » de la pensée et de la réalité. L’hypothèse que nous allons argumenter consiste à dire que c’est précisément le sens spécifique du « tout » chez Damascius qui est responsable pour cette (...)
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  4. Marilena Vlad (2012). Inevitable Totality: Damascius and the Aporia of the Principle Above the All. Synthesis Philosophica 27 (1):141-157.
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  5. Marilena Vlad (2012). Neizbježni totalitet: Damaskije i aporija principa iznad svega. Synthesis Philosophica 27 (1):141-157.
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  6. Marilena Vlad (2012). Unvermeidlich Gesamtheit: Damaskios und die Aporie des Prinzips jenseits von allem. Synthesis Philosophica 27 (1):141-157.
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  7. Marilena Vlad (2011). Dire et voir. Chôra 7:381-386.
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  8. Marilena Vlad (2011). Transcendance et causalité. Proclus sur le principe premier. Chôra 7:53-69.
    One of the major difficulties that the Neoplatonic tradition had to face concerns the relationship between the transcendence and the causality of the first principle. As transcendent, the One – or the absolute Good – must be above the intelligible being, completely different from its nature. As the first cause of the whole reality, the One is still conceived in a certain connection to the intellect. In this article, I discuss the philosophical background of this problem and Proclus’ attempt to (...)
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  9. Marilena Vlad (2009). Études de Philosophie Antique et Médiévale. Dossier Thomas d'Aquin. Chôra 7:53-69.
    One of the major difficulties that the Neoplatonic tradition had to face concerns the relationship between the transcendence and the causality of the first principle. As transcendent, the One – or the absolute Good – must be above the intelligible being, completely different from its nature. As the first cause of the whole reality, the One is still conceived in a certain connection to the intellect. In this article, I discuss the philosophical background of this problem and Proclus’ attempt to (...)
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  10. Marilena Vlad (2008). Raison et mystique dans le néoplatonisme. Chôra 6:339-342.
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  11. Marilena Vlad (2007). De l'unité de l'intellect à l'un absolu. Chôra 5:121-139.
    In this article, I discuss Plotinus. critique of the peripatetic idea of the divine intellect as first principle. As I am trying to show, Plotinus accepts the unity of the intellect as self-thinking, and, even more than Aristotle, he emphasizes this unity. Yet, he insists on the necessity of a principle that is even higher and simpler than the intellect. Eventually, intellect proves to be the unity of a plurality, though it is the most unitary being. I discuss the dual (...)
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  12. Marilena Vlad (2004). De Principiis. Chôra 2:125-148.
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