Reading Proclus and the book of Causes: Vol. 2. Translations and Acculturations

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Brill (2020)

Abstract

This volume studies the reception of Proclus’ _Elements of Theology_ in Byzantium and the Caucasus, focusing on the composition of the _Book of Causes_ and its translations into Latin and Hebrew. It offers an unique perspective on the acculturations of Proclus to the Abrahamic traditions.

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