Standing in the Vestibule

Ancient Philosophy 39 (2):451-467 (2019)
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Abstract

Proclus, an early figure in the tradition ascribing mathematical intermediates to Plato, has been neglected by more recent proponents of this interpretation. We argue that Proclus’ position should be reconsidered, for he anticipated significant problems arising from what has come to be the typical view of intermediates. To address these concerns, Proclus distinguishes between the intermediates studied in mathematics and the objects described by mathematical theorems.

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Miriam Byrd
University of Texas at Arlington
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Tarrant County College

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Proclus.Christoph Helmig - forthcoming - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

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