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  1. A Study of Spiritual Motion in the Philosophy of Proclus (Philosophia Antiqua) by S. E. Gersh, 1997-08
  2. Proclus: Ten Questions on Providence (Ancient Commentators on Aristotle)
  3. Proclus: On Plato Cratylus
  4. The Fragments That Remain of the Lost Writings of Proclus by Proclus, 2010-01-10
  5. Du Commentaire De Proclus Sur Le Timée De Platon (French Edition) by Jules Simon, 2010-02-11
  6. Proclus' defence of Homer (Commentationes humanarum litterarum) by Oiva Kuisma, 1996
  7. Proclus of Constantinople and the Cult of the Virgin in Late Antiquity: Homilies 1-5, Texts and Translations (Vigiliae Christianae, Supplements, 66) by Nicholas Constas, Proclus, 2003-01
  8. Wilhelm von Moerbeke als Ubersetzer der Stoicheiosis theologike des Proclus: Untersuchungen und Texte zur Uberlieferung der Elementatio theologica : vorgelegt ... Klasse) (German Edition) by Helmut Boese, 1985
  9. Proclus' Commentary on the First Book Of Euclid's Elements (The Thomas Taylor series, XXIX) by Proclus, 2006
  10. Proclus on Baptism in Constantinople (Joint Liturgical Studies) by Diadochus Proclus, Juliette Day, 2005-07-01
  11. Sallust on the Gods and the World: And the Pythagoric Sentences of Demophilus, Translated From the Greek and Five Hymns by Proclus, in the Original Greek, ... Are Added Five Hymns by the Translator. by Sallustius., 2009-04-27
  12. Philoponus "Against Proclus on the Eternity of the World 2-18"
  13. Proclus: On Providence (Ancient Commentators on Aristotle)
  14. Essays and Fragments of Proclus (Thomas Taylor) by Diadochus Proclus, 1999-09

61. Essays And Fragments Of Proclus
Pythagoreans. Essays And Fragments Of proclus •••••.$32.00. Thomas Taylor Series 18. 273 pp.
Iamblichus On The Mysteries And Life Of Pythagoras
Thomas Taylor Series 17. 450 pp. ISBN 1 898910 16 2.
Included in Iamblichus On The Mysteries And Life of Pythagoras are Iamblichus' celebrated treatise On The Mysteries Of The Egyptians, Chaldeans, And Assyrians, the Life Of Pythagoras by Iamblichus and Thomas Taylor's excellent collection of Ethical And Political Fragments Of The Pythagoreans.
Essays And Fragments Of Proclus
Thomas Taylor Series 18. 273 pp. ISBN 1 898910 17 0.
The treatises included in Essays And Fragments Of Proclus are On Providence, Fate And That Which Is Within Our Power, which considers in a clear and profound manner the nature of Providence and its relationship to Fate; Ten Doubts Concerning Providence, which expands on some of the arguments in the former treatise, especially the relationship of human to divine knowledge;

62. Commentaar Van Proclus Op Propositie I-47
Commentaar van proclus op Propositie I47 (Euclides Elementen). VI-31. eindeOpmerking. begin pagina proclus.htm laatste wijziging op 06-10-02.
Commentaar van Proclus op Propositie I-47 (Euclides: Elementen) Overzicht Pythagoras Elementen Meetkunde Overzicht
  • Proclus' commentaar Propositie VI-31 (Uitgebreide Stelling van Pythagoras) Bewijs van VI-31
  • Zie ook de pagina " Boek VI " 1. Proclus' commentaar
    Vertaling uit het Grieks:
    Glen R. Morrow in Proclus: A Commentary on the First Book of Euclid's Elements (Princeton University Press, 1970; herdruk 1992)
    Zie verder ook History of Mathematics: Proclus
    How he proves the theorem in the sixth book will be evident there. But now let us consider how he shows the theorem before us to be true, remarking only that he does not prove the universal proposition here, since he has not yet explained similarity in rectilinear figures, nor proved anything in general about proportion. Hence many of the things here proved in a partial fashion are proved in that book more generally through the use of the above method. In the present proposition the author of the Elements proves his conclusion by means of the ordinary theory of parallelograms.
    There are two sorts of right-angled triangles, isosceles and scalene. In isosceles triangles you cannot find numbers that fit the sides; for there is no square number that is de double of a square number, if you ignore approximations, such as the square of seven which lacks one of being double the square of five. But in scalene triangles it is possible to find such numbers, and it has been clearly shown that the square on the side subtending the right angle may be equal to the squares on the sides containing it. Such is the triangle in the republic, in which sides of three and four contain the right angle and five subtends it, so that the square on five is equal to the squares on those sides. For this is twenty-five, and of those the square of three is nine and that of four sixteen. The statement, then, is clear for numbers.

    63. Bert VAN DEN BERG: ‘Becoming Like God’ According To Proclus’ Interpretations
    Bert VAN DEN BERG ‘Becoming like God’ according to proclus’ Interpretationsof the Timaeus, the Eleusinian Mysteries and the Chaldaean Oracles.
    Bert VAN DEN BERG Timaeus , the Eleusinian Mysteries and the Chaldaean Oracles Timaeus . For Proclus, this takes the form of a return to the divine demiurgical Intellect in which the soul finds rest and is able to contemplate the Forms. He finds himself in disagreement, though, about the question how exactly this return is to be achieved. It is commonly understood that Plato summons us in the Timaeus to engage in the study of the eternal and unchanging truths of mathematical astronomy and thus become participants in the eternal, i.e. the divine. Proclus denies this. He follows Iamblichus who had argued in the De Mysteriis that only ritual acts, not intellectual efforts, can make us truly divine, as well as the Chaldaean Oracles , the holy scriptures of the Athenian Neoplatonists, that warn people to flee the scientific study of the universe, if they want "to enter the sacred paradise of piety". Proclus puts his trust in mystery rites that include ritual purifications, like the Eleusinian Mysteries and the rites connected with the Chaldaean Oracles of the Timaeus , not with the World Soul as is commonly assumed, especially in the case of Hecate. The fact that Proclus is able to read back the theology of the

    64. Vartiklis: Greek Philosophy. Neoplatonism. Proclus
    Daugiau apie velyvaji neoplatonizma paskaitykite šiame puslapyje.proclus Diadochus (411.02.08, Konstantinopolis 485.04.17, Atenai).
    Senovës Graikijos filosofijos srovës Taip pat skaitykite:
    Trumpa graikø filosofijos istorija

    Pasaulio paþinimo sampratos vystymasis

    Monistinës kosmologijos iki Parmenido

    Vëlyvoji pagonybë: Makrobijus

    Puslapyje pristatomi: stoikai, epikûrieèiai, skeptikai, neoplatonikai, Sirijos mokykla (Dþamblichas), Atënø mokykla (Proklas) Stoikai Stoikø sistemà sukûrë siras Zenonas ið Sito (maþdaug 3 pabaiga), kurs vyko á Atënus kaip pirklys, taèiau jûroje prarado visà kroviná. Já mokë cinkas Kratas, aiðkinæs, kad materialûs turtai nëra svarbûs þmogaus laimei. Iðklausæs daugelio kitø filosofø, Zenonas pradëjo pats mokyti ant Stoa Poikile kalvos (ið èia ir kilo stoikø pavadinimas). Zenono mokymas yra ið esmës dogmatizuota Sokrato filosofija su papildymais ið Heraklito. Þmogaus laimës pagrindas yra gyventi "sutariant" (su savimi). Vëliau ðis principas buvo pakeistas á "sutariant su prigimtimi". Vienintelis tikras gëris yra doros siekimas, o visa kita (turtai ar skurdas, sveikata ar ligos, gyvenimas ar mirtis) neturi reikðmës. Visø dorybiø pagrindas yra teisingos þinios. Savæs kontroliavimas (sophrosyne) yra teisingas þmogaus pasirinkimas. Troðkimai yra viso blogio prieþastis ir yra klaidingo sprendimo apie tai, kas gera, ir tai, kas bloga, pasekmë. Tiesa, sunku áþvelgti, kodël þudymas, apgavystës ir vagystës yra laikoma blogiu, jei gyvenimas ir turtai neturi jokios vertës. Vëliau "neturintys vertës" dalykai buvo iðskirstyti á "priimtinus", kurie bûtini gyvenimui ir sveikatai palaikyti", "bereikðmius" ir "prieðingus priimtiniems".

    65. K.U.Leuven Research Database
    KU.Leuven Research project, proclus' commentary on the Parmenides, I, acritical, edition with a french translation. KU.Leuven.
    Home Research activities Research groups Key domains ... Nederlands Research project
    Proclus' commentary on the Parmenides, I, a critical
    edition with a french translation.
    Responsible for the project: Carlos Steel , member of research team The Wulf-Mansion Centre for Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
    Title: Proclus' commentary on the Parmenides, I, a critical
    edition with a french translation.
    Project summary: Neoplatonic philosophers considered the Pasmenides as the
    most important dialogue of Plato. Proclus devoted to this
    dialogue an extensive commentary. This project aims at a
    critical edition of this commentary in the series 'Budé'
    with a french translation. Project number: Duration of the project: Nederlands Christelle Maeyaert Realisation: Intranet development team URL:

    66. Idee En Concept. De Neoplatoonse Kenleer Van Proclus.
    KU.Leuven Onderzoeksproject, Idee en concept. De neoplatoonse kenleer van proclus. OnderzoeksprojectIdee en concept. De neoplatoonse kenleer van proclus.
    Home Onderzoeks- activiteiten Onderzoeks- groepen Kerndomeinen ... English Onderzoeksproject
    Idee en concept. De neoplatoonse kenleer van Proclus.
    Hoofdpromotor: Carlos Steel , lid van onderzoeksgroep
    Titel: Idee en concept. De neoplatoonse kenleer van Proclus.
    Samenvatting: Meestal wordt aangenomen dat Plato als eerste aan aprioristische
    opvatting van kennis voorstond, met name in zijn ideeënleer.
    Aristoteles wordt daarentegen beschouwd als de eerste 'empirist'.
    Deze voorstelling is, zeker wat Plato betreft, te simplistisch.
    Het is de verdienste van de neoplatonici problemen i.v.m. de zgn.
    ideeënleer die Plato in zijn dialogen vluchtig aanraakte, syste-
    matisch te hebben uitgewerkt. Het voorgestelde onderzoek is ge- wijd aan de verhouding tussen mentale concepten en transcendente ideeën in de neoplatoonse epistemologie. Uitgangspunt van het onderzoek is boek IV van Proclus' commentaar op Plato's 'Parmenides'. Deze tekst zal kritisch worden uitgegeven en aan een grondige filosofish-historische analyse onderworpen; bijzon- dere aandacht wordt besteed aan de relatie van Proclus' kennis- leer tot de epistemologische opvattingen van Stoïcijnen

    67. Proclus
    encyclopediaEncyclopedia proclus, prO'klus Pronunciation Key. proclus, 410?–485, Neoplatonic philosopher, b. Constantinople.

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    You've got info! Help Site Map Visit related sites from: Family Education Network Encyclopedia Proclus [pr O u s] Pronunciation Key Proclus , Neoplatonic philosopher, b. Constantinople. He studied at Alexandria and at Athens, where he was a pupil of the Platonist Syrianus, whom he succeeded as a teacher. As a partisan of paganism he was forced to leave Athens, but he returned at the end of a year. A synthesizer of Neoplatonic doctrines, Proclus gave the philosophy its most systematic form. He kept the elements of Plotinus, but introduced a principle of triadic development in the series of emanations; the three stages are an original, an emergence from the original, and a return in a lower form to the original. Proclus differed from Plotinus in regard to the origin of matter, which he held to emerge from the first emanation rather than from the plastic forces. Among his writings are commentaries on several Platonic dialogues and two treatises, On Plato's Theology and Institutes of Theology.

    68. Proclus Diadoque: Sur Le Premier Alcibiade De Platon: Table Des Matières.
    Translate this page proclus, 412-485 dC Commentaires de Platon. Sur le Premier Alcibiade. TomeI. 5. Le Commentaire de proclus. 6. Le Commentaire de Damascius.
    Proclus, 412-485 d. C.: Commentaires de Platon. Sur le Premier Alcibiade. Tome I. Chapitre I. LA TRADITION DE L' ALCIBIADE
    2. L' Alcibiade
    3. L' Alcibiade chez Jamblique.
    4. L' Alcibiade
    5. Le Commentaire de Proclus.
    6. Le Commentaire de Damascius.
    7. Le Commentaire d'Olimpiodore. Chapitre II.
    2. Classement des manuscrits.
    3. Les fragments.
    4. Le texte de Platon dans les lemmes du Commentaire.
    6. Les traductions. Sigles. COMMENTAIRE DE L' ALCIBIADE . TEXTE ET TRADUCTION. Proclus Diadoque: Commentaire du premier Alcibiade de Platon [La philosophie a pour principe la connaissance de soi - La connaissance de soi scopos del Alcibiade - L' Alcibiade Ton primer amant - Explication de:

    69. A Forgotten Text: "Proclus," Treatise On The Sphere
    A forgotten text proclus, Treatise on the Sphere. About the project.Classical philology has rediscovered many ancient texts; it
    A forgotten text: home page Narrative Archival material Intepretive studies
    A forgotten text: "Proclus," Treatise on the Sphere
    About the project
    Classical philology has rediscovered many ancient texts; it is rarer for classicists to forget about the existence of a Greek classic. This site presents the current state of our research into the history of a text that was invented, discovered, widely used, exposed as a fraud, and has since been largely forgotten: the Treatise on the Sphere attributed to Proclus.
    Archival and basic research material
    The initial focus of our work is on collecting and transcribing the editions of the Treatise on the Sphere and other relevant texts necessary for our study. See our current on-line versions of the texts and other resources.
    Interpretive studies
    Our narrative history is based on detailed study of a coordinated set of problems. Here are essays to the
    • An overview of manuscripts and editions of the Treatise on the Sphere [Smith] The Greek tradition, 1: the relation of the

    70. A Forgotten Text: "Proclus," Treatise On The Sphere
    Archival material for study of proclus, Treatise on the Sphere. Editionsand translations of the treatise. Online versions of several
    A forgotten text: home page Narrative Archival material Intepretive studies
    Archival material for study of "Proclus," Treatise on the Sphere
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    • On-line versions of several editions and translations [Greek: Suplicki and Wengerter; Latin: Morey; Italian: Young; French: Smith] View two versions side-by-side: English translation Composite Greek text Bainbridge Greek text (1620) Latin translation of Linacre (1499) French translation of Vinet (1573) English translation Composite Greek text Bainbridge Greek text (1620) Latin translation of Linacre (1499) French translation of Vinet (1573)
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    • A cross-lingual lexicon of terms defined in the treatise. Key lexicon to this text: English translation Composite Greek text Latin translation of Linacre (1499) French translation of Vinet (1573) Morphological indexes of Greek, Latin (and Italian?) texts Timeline of the history of the text Bibliography of sources used [all]
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    71. Classics-L: On Proclus
    On proclus. Subject On proclus From Antreas P. Hatzipolakis ( Sun Nov 08 1998 163925 EST. Next message
    On Proclus
    Date view Thread view Subject view Author view Subject: On Proclus
    From: Antreas P. Hatzipolakis (
    Date: Sun Nov 08 1998 - 16:39:25 EST On this week-end I searched every Greek theological/ecclesiatical book published
    in Constantinople, that I happen to have in my library, having the hope that
    would discover .... another mathematical palimpsest !!
    No, I didn't discover anything ! However, I came across something interesting.
    It is an "isomorphism" of Virgin Mariam to geometrical figures: Circle/Square!
    Following is an excerpt from the QEOTOKARION" [Theotokarion] of Nicodemus
    of Naxos, published by G. Mousaios (Constantinople 1849).
    For me is quite difficult to prepare an understandable English translation,
    so I don't try. What I will do is to comment a reference to Proclus. <quote: for those who know "Clean" Greek [katharevousa]; apologies to the rest> M A A R I [the letters inside a circle] M A R I A M A A A A R R R R I I I I A A A A M A R I A M g'. To/m. Bruenni/ou).

    72. BMCR-L: BMCR 2002.10.19, Lang/Marco, Proclus, De Aet. Mundi
    BMCR 2002.10.19, Lang/Marco, proclus, de Aet. Mundi. Subject BMCR2002.10.19, Lang/Marco, proclus, de Aet. Mundi From ownerbmcr
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    Date: Mon Oct 14 2002 - 17:35:55 EDT Helen S. Lang, A. D. Marco, Proclus: On the Eternity of the World (de
    Aeternitate Mundi). Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001.
    Pp. 189. ISBN 0-520-22554-6. $50.00.
    Reviewed by Dirk Baltzly, School of Philosophy and Bioethics, Monash
    University, Melbourne, Australia (
    Word count: 1705 words
    Within the Anglo-American philosophical community, late antiquity is
    currently hot. The series of translations of the ancient commentators
    on Aristotle, coordinated by Richard Sorabji, is one source of this new interest. However, within the past few years, more and more attention has been focused on the philosophy of Proclus and on his commentaries on Plato's works. The present volume brings these two important strands

    73. Answer Challenge For
    Answer Challenge. for Your mother's maiden name ResponseNote if you keep getting thrown back here, it probably

    74. Proclus Et La Théologie Platonicienne
    proclus et la Théologie Platonicienne Actes du Colloque International de Louvain(1316 mai 1998) En l'honneur de HD Saffrey et LG Westerink - In English and

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    Proclus et la Théologie Platonicienne
    Actes du Colloque International de Louvain (13-16 mai 1998)
    En l'honneur de H.D. Saffrey et L.G. Westerink - In English and French
    Edited By A. Ph. Segonds and C. Steel
    Apr. 2000
    Leuven University Press
    ISBN: 90-5867-020-1
    741 p.
    $109.50 Cloth
    Philosophy Series: Ancient and Medieval Philosophy de Wulf-Mansion Centre Series I Order this book from

    75. La  Raggiera  Del  Cratere  Proclus
    La raggiera del cratere Proclus - The Proclus rays

    IDENTIKIT Name Size Coordinates Image. proclus. crater. 30 km diameter.2700 mt height walls. 16°N 47°E. East lunar field, between
    IDENTIKIT Name: Size: Coordinates: Image PROCLUS crater 30 km diameter 2700 mt height walls 16°N - 47°E East lunar field, between Palus Somnii and west margin of Crisium sea >> Return to identikit "P" <<

    77. Proclus Diadochus
    Early Geometry. Link to Physics 109N Home Page and Other Topics. proclus Diadochus,AD 410485. (From his book Commentary on Euclid's Elements I).
    Early Geometry
    Link to Physics 109N Home Page and Other Topics Proclus Diadochus, AD 410-485.
    (From his book: Commentary on Euclid's Elements I
    It was Thales, who, after a visit to Egypt, first brought this study to Greece. Not only did he make numerous discoveries himself, but laid the foundation for many other discoveries on the part of his successors, attacking some problems with greater generality and others more empirically. After him Mamercus the brother of the poet Stesichorus, is said to have embraced the study of geometry, and in fact Hippias of Elis writes that he achieved fame in that study.
    After these Pythagoras changed the study of geometry, giving it the form of a liberal discipline, seeking its first principles in ultimate ideas, and investigating its theorems abstractly and in a purely intellectual way.
    [He then mentions several who developed this abstract approach further: Anaxagoras, Hippocrates, Theodorus, etc.]
    Plato, who lived after Hippocrates and Theodorus, stimulated to a very high degree the study of mathematics and of geometry in particular because of his zealous interest in these subjects. For he filled his works with mathematical discussions, as is well known, and everywhere sought to awaken admiration for mathematics in students of philosophy.
    [He then lists several mathematicians, including Eudoxus and Theatetus, who discovered many new geometric theorems, and began to arrange them in logical sequences-this process culminated in the work of Euclid, called his

    78. Randonnée Sur Proclus
    Translate this page Sur cette image , proclus est au centre et rayonne vers le nord-ouestainsi qu'en direction de la Mer des Crises , à l'est . Etudiez
    Sur cette image , Proclus est au centre
    et rayonne vers le nord-ouest ainsi qu'en
    directions des raies brillantes
    de la Lune .
    Lors d'un coucher de Soleil sa paroi nord-est s'illumine ( jour 18 et suivants ) .
    la hauteur du Soleil .

    79. Aquinas, Pseudo-Denys, Proclus And Isaiah VI
    Aquinas, PseudoDenys, proclus and Isaiah VI. (6) There are many lines of mediationbetween Aquinas and proclus, some of them very crooked indeed.
    Aquinas, Pseudo-Denys, Proclus and Isaiah VI. 6
    Archives d'histoire doctrinale et littéraire du Moyen Âge,
    "Volavit ad me unus de seraphim": "Then flew one of the seraphims unto me having a live coal in his hand, ... And he laid it upon my mouth and said, Lo, this hath touched thy lips; and thine iniquity is taken away, and thy sin purged." The vision of Isaiah "in the year that King Uzziah died" could not be more plain. In response to his terrified confession of his unclean lips, a confession compelled by the awful vision, one of the two seraphs who stood in the presence of the "Lord of hosts" flew to the Prophet and purged his sin by means of the burning coal. Yet, from his first theological work, the Expositio super Isaiam ad Litteram , his literal exposition of the book of Isaiah, through his first massive systematic theology, the commentary on the Sentences of Peter Lombard, and the last system, his Summa Theologiae , where the questions and their order were his own, to his late exposition of St. Paul's epistles, St. Thomas Aquinas denied what Isaiah said he saw. It was impossible that one from among the superior orders of angels, and the seraphim were in fact the highest order, could minister immediately and directly to a creature below the angelic hierarchy. No seraph flew to Isaiah.

    80. Earth And Space View Of Crater Proclus On Lunar Nearside As
    Title View of crater proclus on lunar nearside as photographed by Apollo 15 ObjectLandscapes/Topography Subject Craters, Moon, Solar system Mission Apollo

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