In this post, Conor contextualizes what, in an earlier post, he called ‘noetic reduction’ in the Enneads. Beginning with Parmenides, he argues that the roots of reduction go all the way back to Parmenides’s founding insight that ‘the same is for thinking as for being.’
In this post, Conor shares a paper on the impossibility of kakology (a science of evil) in Proclus and Pseudo-Dionysius
In this post Conor discusses St. Thomas Aquinas’ In Librum Beati Dionysii De Divinis Nominibus
Antonio discusses how he changed his views on his vocation as a metaphysician: is it the priesthood or is it rather action as a public intellectual?
Conor reflects on what he learned from Lloyd Gerson’s excellent Aristotle and Other Platonists.