Plotinus (207270)

Plotinus, an Alexandrian philosopher of the Neo-Platonic school, born at Lycopolis, in Egypt; he taught philosophy at Rome, a system in opposition to the reigning scepticism of the time, and which based itself on the intuitions of the soul elevated into a state of mystical union with God, who in His single unity sums up all and whence all emanates, all being regarded as an emanation from Him (207270).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Pliny, the Younger * Plugston of Undershot
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