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The Problem of the Flowing of Time
The Flux of Consciousness
The Transparency of the Flux
Time-Framing in Locke and Hume
The Dimensions of Transparency
Two-Dimensional Time in Husserl
The Figure of Double Continuity
The Double Intentionality of Disclosure Space
Two-Dimensional Time in Iamblichus
Time as the Sphere of the All
Two-dimensional Time in Neoplatonism
The Schema of Participation
The Silence of Time in Plotinus
Soul and the Surface of Exoteric Time
The Spanning of Motion
The Scaling of Spans
The Unit of Disclosure Space
The Soul of Physical Time
Parmenides Thinks about Time
Signpost 1: Being Ungenerated and Unperishing
Signpost 2: Whole; Signpost 4: the Coherent One
Signpost 3: Now is All at Once and Entirely Total
Conclusion
From Husserl to Heraclitus via Iamblichus
Time in Heraclitus: The Circular Joining of ae‹andafi≈n
Heraclitus as a Gloss on Anaximander
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Syntax of Time the Phenomenology of Time in Greek Physics and Speculative Logic

Syntax of Time the Phenomenology of Time in Greek Physics and Speculative Logic

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STUDIES IN PLATONISM, NEOPLATONISM, AND THE PLATONIC TRADITION edited by
ROBERT M. BERCHMAN (Dowling College and Bard College)
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JOHN F. FINAMORE (University of Iowa)
EDITORIAL BOARD Donald Blakeley (UCalifornia, Fresno), Jay Bregman (University of Maine) Luc Brisson (CNRS-Paris), Kevin Corrigan (Emory University) John Dillon (Trinity College, Dublin), Stephen Gersh (Universit
Absolutely FANTASTIC Supertext on Platonism and its Mysticism. PURE GOLD

ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN AND MEDIEVAL TEXTS AND CONTEXTS
editors
ROBERT M. BERCHMAN JACOB NEUSNER

STUDIES IN PLATONISM, NEOPLATONISM, AND THE PLATONIC TRADITION edited by
ROBERT M. BERCHMAN (Dowling College and Bard College)
AND

JOHN F. FINAMORE (University of Iowa)
EDITORIAL BOARD Donald Blakeley (UCalifornia, Fresno), Jay Bregman (University of Maine) Luc Brisson (CNRS-Paris), Kevin Corrigan (Emory University) John Dillon (Trinity College, Dublin), Stephen Gersh (Universit

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