Ennead III.6: On the Impassivity of the Bodiless

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INDEX
actuality, see potentiality
Adonis 292
affection, seepathos
αἴσθησις, see perception
Alcinous (Albinus)xvii
Alexander of Aphrodisiasxviii
Ameliusxviii
Ammonius Saccas xiv f., xviii
Anaxagoras153, 270 f.
Antiochus of Ascalonxvii, 254
appentency 114
ἁρμονία, see attunement
attunement 89 ff.
Augustinexi
avoidances, see pursuits
Being:
hierarchy of xix, Ch. 6, 233, 240
life and thought 149 f.
and non-being 168-71
blood 111
blushing 107 ff.
body:
living as opp. to lifeless 111
qualified xix, 74-5
subject to soul 111
bulk, see mass
Carneades81
choice 121 f.
Cybele 292 ff.
differentiation 192 ff.
distress 109 f., 117 f.
δόξα, see opinion
δύναμις, see power
δύναμις-ἐνέργεια, see potentiality- actuality
εἴδωλον, see image
ἔκπληξις, see upset
ἐναντιότης, see differentiation
elements 157 ff., 160 f.
elemental change 179 ff.
emanation, see procession
Epicureans xvi, 80
ἐπιστροϕή, see turning
evil 206 ff.
Forms 213 f.
causal role 235, 268f., 276
Platonic and Aristotelian 130 f.
Giants of Plato's Sophistxvi, 156 ff.
gluttony 145 f.
Gnostics xv, 207
great and small 173 f., 201
Heraclitus84, 154
Hermes292 ff. hypostasis 215f.
image 171, 174 ff.
imagery:
absorption 242
air and light 138, 142 f., 231 f., 260f.
burning mirrors 242 ff.
chariot racing 266 f., 274, 280
children's games 173, 175
dressing U+0026 undressing 189, 205, 256, 280f.
echo 242
glass lenses 243 ff.
household U+0026 family 195, 228, 241, 285
mirror 175, 177f., 229ff.
staining 137
torture 268
water 176 ff.
impression 124 ff.
imprints 76 f., 98 f., 127
Isis 295
judgement 72-7
κρίσις, see judgement
limit 170
λόγοβ, see logos
logos84 f., 101, 135, 221
as Hermes293 ff.
Longinus xi
mass 171, 256 f.
matter Chs. 6-19 passim
bodilessness of 147, 168

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Sigla xxiii
  • Codices xxiv
  • Text and Translation 1
  • Synopsis 58
  • Commentary 71
  • Bibliography 299
  • Index Locorum 305
  • Index 312
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