Plotinus, 205-270. Hellentistic philosopher probably born in Egypt. Generally considered the founder of Neoplatonism, he developed a view of reality as a series of emanations from a central essence. He wrote in Greek.
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Colloquium Plotinus 204/205-2005
Organized by Marin Balan and Cristian Ducu, hosted by Department of Philosophy, University of Bucharest. It contains some resources on Plotinus, as well.
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Plotinus
A look at various aspects of Plotinus' Neoplatonic system. Includes extensive suggestions for further reading.
Life and work of this founder of Neoplatonism; by Lloyd Gerson from the Stanford Encyclopedia.
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