On the subject of Conor’s Death and Divinization series, Antonio writes a sermon on the conceit of “a holy death, a death reserved for us from the creation of the world.”
Antonio develops the idea of a Sodomite Vocation in fictional form.
In mid-November, a new book by Jonathan is set to be published by Brill on the first principle and the One’s causality in the late Neoplatonists, Proclus and Damascius. Jonathan briefly discusses the book’s study.
In this post Conor continues his examination of how the Christian Platonist should approriate the thought of death. In it he argues that the Platonist should follow Socrates’ example, who saw his own death as a reward for his philosophical ministry.