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Interesting and informative page, dedicated to Proclus as a mathematician and astronomer. It will show you, amongst other things, where Proclus was born and inform you that a crater on the moon has been named after him. One small mistake, though, the Liber de Causis is not by Proclus, but a later compilation.
Plato Transformed - Proclus
Proclus Page at the Shrine of the Goddess Athena - includes, biography, list of works, introduction to Elements of Theology. An introduction The Theology of Plato is in the works. Excellent
Proclus' Elements - some interesting observations on Plotinus' argument for the existence of an immortal soul in Elements of Theology, from Metaphysics by Default
Terse lemma on Proclus in the Ecole glossary.
Short, not very reliable entry for Proclus in German.
Those interested in Neoplatonism may perhaps also wish to take a look at the Home Page of the International Society for Neoplatonic Studies
Spira Solaris, The Chaldean Oracles, Proclus, and Johannes Kepler by John N. Harris - examines the role played by the Chaldean Oracles in influencing Proclus, and the connection between the latter, The Harmonies of the World, and the Harmonic Law "conceived on the eighth day of the third month in the year 1618" by Johannes Kepler [1571-1630 CE].
Proclus - short bio
English translation of an extract from Proclus preserved in Psellus dealing with the signs of divine possession.
Annotated English translation of "On the Sacred Art".
Thomas Taylor's translation of the first part of Proclus' "Hymn to Athena".
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