• Proclus (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

    plato.stanford.edu/entries/proclus Proclus of Athens (*412–485 C.E.) was the most authoritative philosopher of late antiquity and played a crucial role in the transmission of Platonic ...
  • Proclus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proclus Proclus's system, like that of the other Neoplatonists, is a combination of Platonic, Aristotelian, and Stoic elements. In its broad outlines, Proclus's system agrees ...
  • Proclus biography - University of St Andrews

    www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk/Biographies/Proclus.html Proclus's father, Particius, and his mother, Marcella, were citizens of high social position in Lycia. Particius was a senior law official in the courts at Byzantium.
    • Proclus | Define Proclus at Dictionary.com

      dictionary.reference.com/browse/proclus Proclus tells us that Oinopides was the first to show how to let fall a perpendicular to a line from an external point.
    • Proclus's Life and Teachings - Kheper

      kheper.net/topics/Neoplatonism/Proclus-lifeof.html Proclus' Metaphysics. As with his predecessors, Proclus taught the existence of an ultimate, indescribable reality, the One. The One is the originator of all things ...
    • Proclus (crater) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proclus_(crater) Proclus is a young lunar impact crater located to the west of the Mare Crisium, on the east shore of the Palus Somni. It lies to the south of the prominent, terraced ...
    • Proclus Diadochus - umb.edu

      www.faculty.umb.edu/gary_zabel/Courses/Phil%20281b/.../Proclus.htm Proclus' life. Proclus Diadochus (410/412 - 485 c.e.) was the last of the great Platonic teachers. Born in Constantinople into a well-off family, he was sent to ...
    • Proclus | Greek philosopher | Britannica.com

      www.britannica.com/biography/Proclus Proclus, (born c. 410, Constantinople [now Istanbul]—died 485, Athens), the last major Greek philosopher. He was influential in helping Neoplatonic ideas to spread ...
    • Proclus: Metaphysical Elements (aka, Elements of Theology)

      esotericarchives.com/proclus/metaelem.htm Proclus' Metaphysical Elements (StoiceiwsiV qeologikh) Translated from the Original Greek by THOS. M. JOHNSON Editor of The Platonist "Virtuous, therefore, is the man ...
    • Proclus summary - University of St Andrews

      www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk/Mathematicians/Proclus.html Proclus was a Greek philosopher who became head of Plato's Academy and is important mathematically for his commentaries on the work of other mathematicians.