A very prejudiced and longish explanation of the theories of the Greek philosopher Plotinus which are similar to those of Jaspers.Published 5 months ago by Frederick Mazie
Having spent over four and a half decades in what Christians refer to as "contemplative practice," and after studying many of the seminal Vedic texts on Spiritual Union, I became... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Eric Hutchins
As far as philosophers go, Plotinus by far (in my opinion) has one of the most interesting philosophies that one can study, as well as one of the most difficult! Read morePublished 8 months ago by G. Ridgeway
Hines provides an excellent summary of what Plotinus wrote. He includes his own comments on the material which I think are reasonable.Published 10 months ago by K. S. Dennis
My main complaint of this book is that, despite noting the same failing in Plotinus' work, the book really goes on and on over the same points, writing a lot about what apparently... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
When there's an urge to use words, like right now, there's a question contained that may or may not be realized.
By who? ...ONE might ask itself. Read more
Plotinus is a philosopher who I have always enjoyed, but was sometimes not sure if I was understanding fully. Read morePublished 15 months ago by David