A. H. Armstrong
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A. H. Armstrong: Arthur Hilary Armstrong FBA was an English educator and author. Armstrong is recognized as one of the foremost authorities on the philosophical teachings of Plotinus ca. 205–270 CE. His multi-volume translation of the philosopher's teachings is regarded as an essential tool of classical studies.
- also known as Arthur Hilary Armstrong
- born on (106 years ago)
- education: University of Cambridge
- profession: Author, educator
- died on (18 years ago)
- written works: "Classical Mediterranean Spirituality", "The Greek philosophical background of the psychology of St. Thomas", "St. Augustine and Christian Platonism", "An introduction to ancient philosophy", "The future of our railways", "Plotinian and Christian studies", "Hellenic and Christian studies", "Christian faith and Greek philosophy", "The Cambridge history of later Greek and early medieval philosophy", "Expectations of immortality in late antiquity", "Re-discovering Eastern Christendom"
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by Alan Richardson, John Bowden
A. H. Armstrong (ed), The Cambridge History of Later Greek and Early Mediaeval Philosophy, 1970; R. T. Wallis, Neo- platonism, 1972. A. H. ARMSTRONG Ontologies! Argument This was framed by Anselm of ...
by Walter A. Elwell
A. H. Armstrong, Introduction to Ancient Philosophy; C. Bailey, Epicurus: The Extant Remains; Greek Atomists and Epicurus; É. Bréhier, Hellenistic and Roman Age; F. Copleston, History of Philosophy; P. Merlan, Studies in Epicurus and ...
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