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Iamblichi Chalcidensis In Platonis Dialogos Commentariorum Fragmentum (Iamblichus Platonic Commentar (New)
by Dillon, John
Publisher: Prometheus Trust
Book ID: 9781898910459, 1898910456
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This is a new edition of Professor Dillon's 1972 collection and translation of the fragments of Iamblichus' Commentaries on the Platonic Dialogues - it benefits from the translator's amendments to his original edition gathered over the ensuing thirty-seven years of scholarly work. Facing Greek and English text, with extensive commentary by the translator.
This perhaps more than any other English language publication shows how much Iamblichus as a writer deserves to be seen in the light of what might be called mainstream late Platonic philosophy, rather than as solely a "theurgic specialist."
This is the first volume of a new Series entitled, "Platonic Texts and Translations" - details of further volumes will be posted as they near publication date.
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