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Plotinus

(ca. 205–270). Neoplatonic philos.; b. possibly Lycopolis, Egypt; of Gk., Roman, or Egyptian descent; pupil of Ammonius* Saccus; taught in Rome from 244. See also Aesthetics; Neoplatonism.


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