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Marwan Rashed
Université Paris-Sorbonne
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The reference to Albinus in a refutation of Bardesanes by Ephrem the Syrian is not unknown to modern commentators. This text, edited and translated into English since the beginning of the twentieth century, is regularly mentioned, albeit rather cursorily, by scholars of Middle Platonism. Although much has been clarified between the first publication of the book just over a century ago and the present day, the following pages aim to continue the exploration. The aim will be to better understand what has so far remained unnoticed: the dependence of Albinus’ work on Posidonius on three crucial points: his classification of incorporeals, his doctrine of comprehensive representation, and the deep relationship between and.
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