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Iamblichus of Chalcis (d. c.326) was the pupil of Porphyry, and after Plotinus the most important figure in Neoplatonism. He ushered in a totally new phase of Neoplatonism, changing it from a system of philosophy to one of theology and occultism.
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Iamblichus - a short summary of life & teachings by Marda Kaiser, from the Ecole Initaive
The following books by Iamblichus are available from Phanes Press (but not on-line)
The following book is reviewed
John Dillon and Jackson Hershbell (edd. and trr.), Iamblichus: On the Pythagorean Way of
Life. Text, Translation, and Notes
 R. T. Wallis, Neoplatonism, p.107 & footnote
 R. T. Wallis, Neoplatonism, p.108, 121
 R. T. Wallis, Neoplatonism, pp.120-1.
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