Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993. First edition. Translated with an introduction and commentary by John Dillon; 225 pages.
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Birmingham: W.J. Close, 1893. Limited edition of 600 copies; Reprint of Robert Triphook, 1822, edition; Page edges untrimmed; cloth binding with paper covered boards and paper spine label; 213 pages.
Guildford: The Prometheus Trust, 2002. Thomas Taylor Series XXI; 390 pages.
Guildford: The Prometheus Trust, 2004. With Copiou Elucidations from the Commentaries of Simplicius on the first, and of Olympiodorus on the last of these treatises; Thomas Taylor Series XXII; 566 pages.
Guildford: The Prometheus Trust, 2004. Added is Thomas Taylor's The Elements of the True Arithmetic of Infinities; Thomas Taylor Series XXVII; 498 pages.
Guildford: The Prometheus Trust, 2001. This volume includes all of the logical treatises of Aristotle: The Categories, On Interpretation, The Prior Analytics, The Posterior Analytics, The Topics and The Sophistical Elenchus. Also included considerable material derived from the commentaries of Ammonius, Porphyry and Simplicius. Thomas Taylor Series XX; 690 pages.
Guildford: The Prometheus Trust, 2002. Thomas Taylor Series XXII; 454 pages.
Fremont: 2013. 24 pages.
Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1996. 429 pages.
Surrey: Shrine of Wisdom, 1965. First edition rebound in 1992. An original production which sets out the profound truths underlying philosophy, mysticism and religion. 123 pages.
Shrine of Wisdom, 2013. The philosophy of Plotinus represents the culmination of nearly a thousand years of Greek philosophy, while at the same time it was a powerful guide and inspiration to both Western and Middle Eastern philosophy and mysticism. The present work seeks to present a systematic exposition of...
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2002. Translated by Michael J.B. Allen; 397 pages.
Grand Rapids: Phanes Press, 1993. First edition. Journal of articles - Introduction: Cosmopolis, or the New Alexandria by David Fideler; The Museum at Alexandria by Edward Parsons; A Note on the Muses by Adam McLean; Bibliotheca Alexandrina: The Revival of the First Universal Library. A Report from UNESCO; Alexandria: Past...
Grand Rapids: Phanes Press, 2000. First edition. Journal of articles 'Dante and the Comic Way' by Joseph Meeker, 'An Ecology of Mind' by Doug Mann, "Science's Missing Half" by David Fideler, 'Negotiating the Highwire of Heaven' by E.C. Krupp, '"Nature and Nature's God" by Theodore Roszak, 'Creativity: The Meeting of.....
Grand Rapids: Phanes Press, 1997. First edition. Journal of articles - Introduction: Philosophy Embracing the World by David Fideler; The Cosmic Religious Feeling by Albert Einstein; Science and Religion by Albert Einstein; Science and the Beautiful by Werner Heisenberg; Soul and the World: A Conversation with Thomas Moore and Suzi...
Nortre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1986. First printing. Two Volumes; xx, xviii, 937 pages.
Nortre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1992. First printing. 258 pages.
Hillsdale: Sophia Perennis, 2004. Guénon agrees with Plato that mathematics can furnish symbols for metaphysics. But it cannot fulfill this function if metaphysical principles in themselves are not understood - which they clearly are not by the vast majority of modern mathematicians and scientists. Guénon sees Leibnitz, discoverer of the.....
Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1961. First printing. 324 pages.
Folcroft Library Editions, 1977. Facsimile of the 1926 edition, library binding.
Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1946. Third edition. Translation by Gilbert Highet; 510 pages.
Gillette: Heptangle Books, 1989. As set down by Julianus; Translated into Latin by Francesco Patrizzi; Translated into English with a Preface by Thomas Stanley; Preface by W.W. Westcott; Introduction by Percy Bullock; Includes Latin and English translations with Pletho's, Psellus' and Proclus' Commentaries on the Oracles; 109 pages.
Hanover: Brown University Press, 1991. First edition. 216 pages.
Grand Rapids: Phanes Press, 1986. Translated by Kenneth S. Guthrie; Including five Hymans of Proclus translated by Thomas Taylor; Introduction by John Mitchell; Limited edition of 200 copies; 95 pages.
Edinburgh: Hermetic Research Series, 1983. An Exploration of the Archetypal Feminine; 76 pages.