Enneads by PLOTINUS and PORPHYRY

The Six Enneads (ΕΝΝΕΑΔΕΣ) are the writings of Plotinus (ΠΛΩΤΙΝΟΣ) arranged by his student Porphyry (ΠΟΡΦΥΡΙΟΣ) into fifty-four treatises with each Ennead containing nine. The translator Kenneth Sylvan Guthrie has arranged these treatises chronologically rather than according to Porphry’s plan of study. A second version of this recording is organized according to the traditional arrangement of the treatises. – Summary by Geoffrey Edwards
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