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  • noun Plural form of Plotinist.


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  • The Cambridge Platonists were to this extent “more truly Plotinists,” yet they also partook of that traditional disposition toward ana - logical thinking so evident in affirmations such as Cud - worth's that there is [an] Interiour Symmetry and Harmony in the Rela - tions, Proportions, Aptitudes and Correspondencies of


  • The greater number were Platonists, so called at least, and such they believed themselves to be, but more truly Plotinists.

    The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge

  • Platonists and Plotinists, the Stagyrites and Gamalielites, the

    Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 4

  • We must dismiss the Platonists and Plotinists, the Stagyrites and Gamalielites, the Eclectics the Gnostics and Scholastics, their essences and emanations, their Logos and Demi-urgos, Aeons and Daemons male and female, with a long train of Etc.Etc. Etc. or, shall I say at once, of Nonsense.



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