Plotinus

(AD 205-270) Egyptian-born Roman philosopher who originated neo-Platonism. He held that the ultimate goal of mystical union with the One or Good (the source of all being) can be achieved by intense moral and...
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Plotinus

ancient philosopher, the centre of an influential circle of intellectuals and men of letters in 3rd-century Rome, who is regarded by modern scholars ... [22 related articles]
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Plotinus

Plotinus (plōtī'nus) , 205–270, Neoplatonist philosopher. A native of Egypt, perhaps of Roman descent, he went to Alexandria c.232 to devote himself to philosophy. For 10 years he was a dedicated disciple of Ammonius Saccas. To study the philosophies of India and Persia, Plotin...
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