|P r o c l u s
C O M M E N T A R Y O N
T H E T I M A E U S
O F P L A T O
1. - It is necessary,
prior to all other things, that we should know something manifest concerning
2. - The sum of what is
said by Porphyry on this subject.
3. - The divine Iamblichus.
4. - Arguments concerning
prayer which accord with the doctrine of Plato.
5. - To the conversion
to the Gods prayer is of the greatest utility.
6. - Requirements to a
perfect and true prayer.
7. - The particulars which
ought first to be known concerning prayer.
8. - The causes of prayer.
9. - The modes of prayer.
10. - All who in the
least degree participate of temperance always invoke divinity in the impulse
to every undertaking, whether it be small or great
11. - Whether the universe
was generated, or is without generation
12. - The division of
male and female comprehends in itself all the plenitudes of the divine
13. - The distinction
between beings and things generated
14. - What is perpetual
being, and what is that which is generated
15. - Intelligence, reason,
opinion and sense
Trust: with the edition of Commentarties on the Timaeus of Plato
by Proclus, translated by Thomas Taylor.
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