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Professor John F. Finamore, The University of Iowa
Professor Suzanne Stern-Gillet, University of Manchester

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Professor John Dillon, Trinity College
Professor Harold Tarrant, University of Newcastle
Professor Cristina D’Ancona, Università di Pisa
Professor Eyjólfur K. Emilsson, University of Oslo
Professor Gretchen Reydams-Schils, University of Notre Dame
Professor Anne Sheppard, University of London
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The International Journal of the Platonic Tradition

This journal is published under the auspices of the International Society for Neoplatonic Studies. The international editorial board is headed by Professor John Finamore of the University of Iowa. This journal covers all facets of the Platonic tradition (from Thales through Thomas Taylor, and beyond) from all perspectives (including philosophical, historical, religious, etc.) and all corners of the world (Pagan, Christian, Jewish, Islamic, etc.).

From 2012-2016 the journal was published in Open Access due to a grant from Dutch Research Council (NWO). The journal is published in 2 issues per year.
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Latest Issue

Giordano Bruno’s Reinterpretation of Matter and Form
Open Access
εἰκών and ἀριθμός in Plato’s Account of Time in the Timaeus (37d5-7) and the Platonic Tradition
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Origen and the Attribution of ἔρως to God
Transcending Fichte and Spinoza