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(ˈprəʊkləs; ˈprɒk-)
(Biography) ?410–485 ad, Greek Neo-Platonist philosopher


(ˈproʊ kləs, ˈprɒk ləs)

A.D. c411–485, Greek philosopher.
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Zu diesem Thema sind mindestens drei antike Zeugnisse erhalten: Aristoteles, Longin und Proklos. Am Anfang seiner Poetik hat Aristoteles die sokratischen Gesprache (sokratikoi logoi), zu deren Gattung die Werke Platons gehorten, Nachahmung (mimesis) genannt (Poet.
Beierwaltes, Cusanus und Proklos. Zum neuplatonischen Ursprung des 'non aliud', in Nicolo Cusano agli inizi del mondo moderno (Atti del Congresso intemazionale in occasione del V centenario della morte di Nicolo Cusano, Bressanone, 6-10 settembre 1964) (Sansoni, Florence, 1970) 137-140; E.A.
Got ist ein, er ist ein versagen des versagennes." See Werner Beierwaltes, Proklos (Frankfurt am Main: Klostermann, 1979), 395-98; also Beierwaltes, Platonismus im Christentum, 112-13.
The topics include theurgy and aesthetics in Dionysios the Areopagite, Proklos and Plethon on beauty, Agathias and the icon of the Archangel Michael, transcendent exemplarism and immanent realism in the philosophical work of John of Damaskos, and the historical memory of Byzantine iconoclasm in the 14th century as illustrated by Nikephoros Gregoras and Philotheos Kokkinos.
Menschliche Willensfreiheit und gottliche Vorsehung bei Augustinus, Proklos, Apuleius und John Milton.
Otherwise, too, the translators' introductions and annotations are highly informative and on the whole balanced in presenting the current scholarshi(A few very recent works could have been mentioned, most prominently Marije Martijn's 'Theology, Naturally: Proclus on Science of Nature as Theology and the Aristotelian Principle of Metabasis', in Perkams & Piccione, eds., Proklos: Methode, Seelenlehre, Metaphysik, Leiden: Brill 2006.) The general introduction to vol.
Beierwaltes, Werner (1979), Proklos. Grundzugeseiner Metaphysik, Francfort, Alemania, Klostermann.
Therefore, in the form in which it is reported to us by Proklos, it is later than Homer, in dialogue with Homer, and presupposes Homer as text" (1996, 48).