Plotinus on Consciousness
Cover -- Half-title -- Title page -- Copyright information -- Dedication -- Table of contents -- Acknowledgments -- Notes on the Text -- Introduction -- The Structure of the Book -- Chapter 1 Self -- 1.1 Levels of Selfhood -- 1.2 True Self as Intellect -- 1.3 Individuation of Intellect -- 1.4 Subjectivity -- Chapter 2 Consciousness Terms -- Chapter 3 First Layer: The Soul-Trace -- 3.1 The Qualified Body -- 3.2 Unification of the Qualified Body -- 3.3 Animal Awareness -- Chapter 4 Second Layer: The Lower Soul -- 4.1 The Role of the Imagination -- 4.2 Apprehension of Pleasures and Pains -- 4.3 Apprehension of Sense-Perception -- 4.3.1 Sense-Organs Are in Sympathy with External Objects -- 4.3.2 Sense-Perceptions Are Judgments -- 4.3.3 Soul's Power of Perception Is of Internal Images -- 4.4 Apprehension of Thought -- 4.4.1 The Meaning of Logos in IV. 3.30 -- 4.4.2 The Relation between Intellect and Discursive Reasoning -- 4.4.3 The Relationship between Discursive Reasoning and Language -- 4.5 Consciousness of Thought -- Chapter 5 Third Layer: The Higher Soul -- 5.1 Intellect as Primary Thinker -- 5.2 Awareness in the Formation of Intellect -- 5.3 Awareness in Self-Intellection -- 5.4 Awareness in Human Intellection -- 5.5 The One's Awareness -- Chapter 6 Self-Determination -- 6.1 Providence, Destiny, and Human Action -- 6.2 Self-Determination -- Chapter 7 Conclusion -- Appendix -- Bibliography -- Modern Editions and Translations of the Enneads -- Secondary Literature -- General Index -- Index Locorum
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actions activities actuality affection Alexander of Aphrodisias animals antilępsis apprehension Aristotle Aristotle’s awareness become belonging bodily chapter cognitive contemplation dianoetic discursive reasoning embodied human Emilsson Enneads Epictetus experience external objects Forms grasp Hierocles higher soul homou hypostasis identity imagination impulses individual insofar Intellect intelligible world intentional object internal involves Kalligas layer of consciousness living logoi logos lower soul means memory mode of consciousness nature noein noetic nonrational desires notion object of thought occurs one’s pain parakolouthęsis Parmenides passage perceive perception philosophers Plato Plotinian Plotinus holds Plotinus writes possess provides psychic qualified body rational Remes role says self-identify self-sculptor self-thinking sense sense-perception sensible objects sensible world soul-trace soul–body soul’s Stoic sumpatheia sunaisthęsis sunesis theorem theory of consciousness things thinking Timaeus Töv translation type of consciousness unfolded unified usage verb virtue visual perception whole world soul δὲ ἐν καὶ τὸ τοῦ