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Proclus on Nature

Philosophy of Nature and Its Methods in Proclus’ Commentary on Plato’s <i>Timaeus</i>

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This study presents a revision of Proclus’ natural philosophy, starting from the Commentary on Plato’s <i>Timaeus</i>. It provides new insight into Proclus' metaphysics of nature, his surprisingly peripatetic philosophy of science, the role of mathematics, and the nature of discourse.

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