Plotinus – Ennead I.2 – Commentary

“The Civic Virtues…. are a principle of order and beauty in us as long as we remain passing our life here: they ennoble us by setting bound and measure to our desires and to our entire sensibility, and dispelling false judgement….  [T]hey carry a trace of that Highest Good in the Supreme….” Ennead I.2.2

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2 Responses to Plotinus – Ennead I.2 – Commentary

  1. Henry says:

    You wrote: “ON VIRTUE–True liberty is about ascending our corrupted state.” Surely, you mean that true liberty is about TRANSCENDING our corrupted state.

  2. Zeal4living says:

    A good production as usual. Well read and well presented

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