Aidōs in Plotinus: _Enneads_ II.9.10

Classical Quarterly 39 (01):228- (1989)
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At one point in his treatise against the ‘Gnostics’ Plotinus treats his adversaries as men of flesh and blood, not merely as proponents of false books and false beliefs: For I feel a certain shame with regard to some of my friends , who, having chanced upon this doctrine before the beginning of our friendship, have continued to adhere to it for reasons that I cannot understand. Not that they themselves show any compunction in saying what they say: they may believe what they say to be true , but perhaps they rather wish others to be persuaded of the truth of their own opinions



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