Forms of individuals in the Enneads

@inproceedings{Mamo1969FormsOI,
  title={Forms of individuals in the Enneads},
  author={P. S. Mamo},
  year={1969}
}
In a recent article' Mr. H. J. Blumenthal argued that Plotinus held inconsistent views about forms of individuals. He claims that no clear answer can be given to the question "Did Plotinus believe in such forms?" because there are passages where their existence is affirmed and others where it is denied. Nor can we suppose that Plotinus changed his mind, for no pattern of development can be discerned. Perhaps, though this is unlikely, he changed his mind several times, since affirmations and… CONTINUE READING

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