By Svetla Slaveva-Griffin

Plotinus on Number reports the basic position which quantity performs within the structure of the universe in Neoplatonic philosophy. This publication attracts cognizance to Platinus' inspiration as a necesscary and basic hyperlink among the Platonic and the overdue Neoplatonic theories of number.

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