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Two Treatises of Proclus, The Platonic Successor; The Former Consisting of Ten Doubts Concerning Providence, And a Solution of Those Doubts; And the Latter Containing a Development of the Nature of Evil

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Title: Two Treatises of Proclus, The Platonic Successor; The Former Consisting of Ten Doubts Concerning Providence, And a Solution of Those Doubts; And the Latter Containing a Development of the Nature of Evil  
Author: Proclus 410-485
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Language: English
Subject: Providence and government of God, Good and evil, Neoplatonism
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1833
Publisher: London; Printed for the Translator and Sold by W. Pickering

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410-485, P. C., 1792-1867, C. V., & 1758-1835, T. T. (1833). Two Treatises of Proclus, The Platonic Successor; The Former Consisting of Ten Doubts Concerning Providence, And a Solution of Those Doubts; And the Latter Containing a Development of the Nature of Evil. Retrieved from http://ebooklibrary.org/


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