The Demiurge in Ioane Petritsi’s Commentary on Proclus’ Elements of Theology

@inproceedings{Alexidze2021TheDI,
  title={The Demiurge in Ioane Petritsi’s Commentary on Proclus’ Elements of Theology},
  author={Lela Alexidze},
  year={2021}
}
REVISTA LATINOAMERICANA de FILOSOFÍA Vol. 47 No1 l Otoño 2021 Abstract: Ioane Petritsi, the twelfth century Georgian Christian Neoplatonist, wrote a commentary on Proclus’ Elements of Theology. In his work Petritsi goes far beyond the material contained in Proclus’ Elements, discussing the issues which are the subject of other treatises of ancient Greek philosophers. The aim of this paper is to analyze Petritsi’s point of view on the creator of the visible world, i.e. the demiurge of Plato’s… 

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