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- noun Plural form of
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The Cambridge Platonists were to this extent “more truly Plotinists,” yet they also partook of that traditional disposition toward ana - logical thinking so evident in affirmations such as Cud - worth's that there is [an] Interiour Symmetry and Harmony in the Rela - tions, Proportions, Aptitudes and Correspondencies of
The greater number were Platonists, so called at least, and such they believed themselves to be, but more truly Plotinists.
Platonists and Plotinists, the Stagyrites and Gamalielites, the
We must dismiss the Platonists and Plotinists, the Stagyrites and Gamalielites, the Eclectics the Gnostics and Scholastics, their essences and emanations, their Logos and Demi-urgos, Aeons and Daemons male and female, with a long train of Etc.Etc. Etc. or, shall I say at once, of Nonsense.