On Proclus and His Influence in Medieval Philosophy

E.J. Brill (1992)

Abstract
Proclus was one of the major Greek philosophers of late Antiquity. In his metaphysics he developed and systematized problems of Plato's thought, such as participation; transcendence - immanence; causation - participation - return; henads and monads; first and second causality. Before and after his works had been translated into Latin, Proclus influenced the Christian West through the _Liber the causis_, a Latin translation of an anonymous Arab version of Proclus' _Elementatio theologica_.
Keywords Philosophy, Medieval Congresses
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Call number B701.Z7.O67 1992
ISBN(s) 9004094296   9789004094291
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