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This front matter section of this book titled Proclus on Nature contains the table of contents and the acknowledgement. The aim of the book is to present an analysis of Proclus philosophy of nature, from the point of view of the above elements. The conception of nature as depending on the intelligible and as having a particular presence on different ontological levels determines the structure of the study of nature as consisting of a chain of different kinds of philosophy of nature. The book attempts to reconstruct the philosophical foundations of Proclus philosophy of nature, and any comparison of Proclus theory to that of his sources will be subordinate to that aim. The main approach in the book will be that of conceptual analysis and what Kenny calls internal exegesis.

Keywords: philosophy of nature; Proclus



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