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Plotinus on the Beautiful


Neoplatonism: Theology for Wanderers In the New Millennium (Book Three) The Neoplatonists in the beginning considered Beauty as alternative to the word Good. Good with a capital ‘G’ was the Neoplatonic equivalent of our word God. This concept of Good presents Deity in Neoplatonism as the object of the Soul’s desire. All things in themselves naturally aspire to the Good. As the object of man’s eternal quest it is a substance in Itself beyond definition. Any condition which arises by which this natural aspiration is thwarted, blocked or retarded results in an infirmity to the psychic life of the person. ……. ISBN: 0-89314-862-8 Pamphlet 44pp