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" To any vision must be brought an eye adapted to what is to be seen, and having some likeness to it. Never did eye see the sun unless it had first become sunlike, and never can the soul have vision of the First Beauty unless itself be beautiful. "
Franciscan Institute Publications: Philosophy series - Página 151
1972
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Philosophies of Art and Beauty: Selected Readings in Aesthetics from Plato ...

Albert Hofstadter, Richard Kuhns - 2009 - 728 páginas
...uttermost brightness, then it sees nothing even though another point to what lies plain to sight before it. To any vision must be brought an eye adapted to what...be seen, and having some likeness to it. Never did eye see the sun unless it had first become sunlike, and never can the Soul have vision of the First...
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Byron, the Bible, and Religion: Essays from the Twelfth International Byron ...

Wolf Z. Hirst - 1991 - 196 páginas
...This passage ( Manfred 3. 2. 22-23) echoes Plotinus in the first Ennead (6th tractate, section 9): "Never did the eye see the sun unless it had first become sunlike, and never can the Soul have vision of the First Beauty unless itself be beautiful" (Plotinus,...
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Capital Times: Tales from the conquest of time

Eric Alliez - 1996 - 315 páginas
...rehabilitated and distinguished from its thrust: the shadow image taken for an essential reality.147 "To any vision must be brought an eye adapted to what...be seen, and having some likeness to it. Never did eye see the sun unless it had first become sunlike."148 With Plotinus, who "thereby sketches out an...
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The Pursuit of Spiritual Wisdom: The Thought and Art of Vincent Van Gogh and ...

Naomi E. Maurer, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gauguin - 1998 - 211 páginas
...and variable in accordance with the spectator's "virtue and education,"27'' and Plotinus held that "to any vision must be brought an eye adapted to what is to be seen, and having some likeness to it."2 ' These convictions underlie most Romantic theories of art and are admirably summed up in the...
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Head and Heart: A Personal Exploration of Science and the Sacred

Victor Mansfield - 2002 - 295 páginas
...uttermost brightness, then it sees nothing even though another point to what lies plain to sight before it. To any vision must be brought an eye adapted to what...be seen, and having some likeness to it. Never did eye see the sun unless it had first becomes sun-like, and never can the Soul have vision of the First...
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Science and the Sacred: Eternal Wisdom in a Changing World

Ravi Ravindra - 2002 - 192 páginas
...being and a transformed vision are needed for their apprehension. As Plotinus said (Enneads 1 .6.9), "to any vision must be brought an eye adapted to what...be seen, and having some likeness to it. Never did eye see the sun unless it had first become sun-like, and never can the soul have vision of the First...
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Science, Consciousness and Ultimate Reality

David Lorimer - 2004 - 249 páginas
...correspond to the higher vision. It is only the third eye that can see the hidden Sun, for as Plotinus says, 'to any vision must be brought an eye adapted to what...did the eye see the sun unless it had first become sun-like, and never can the soul have vision of the First Beauty unless itself be beautiful.' (Enneads...
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The Gospel of John in the Light of Indian Mysticism

Ravi Ravindra - 2004 - 257 páginas
...Son with the two ordinary eyes; the third eye needs to be opened. As quoted earlier from Plotinus: "To any vision must be brought an eye adapted to what...be seen, and having some likeness to it. Never did eye see the sun unless it had first become sun-like, and never can the soul have vision of the First...
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Signs of Change: Transformations of Christian Traditions and Their ...

Nils Holger Petersen, Claus Clüver, Nicolas Bell - 2004 - 490 páginas
...again, the ideas are rooted in the philosophy of Plotinus, who describes this identification as follows: To any vision must be brought an eye adapted to what...be seen and having some likeness to it. Never did eye see sun unless it had first become sunlike, and never can the soul see the First Beautv unless...
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The Good Life: Psychoanalytic Reflections on Love, Ethics, Creativity, and ...

Jeffrey B. Rubin - 2004 - 129 páginas
...PSYCHOANALYTIC REFLECTIONS ON SPIRITUALITY There is another world and it is in this one. — Paul Eluard To any vision must be brought an eye adapted to what is to be seen. — Plotinus SEVERAL TIMES IN THE PAST YEAR prospective patients have indicated in their initial sessions...
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