Definition of Plotinist

1. n. A disciple of Plotinus, a celebrated Platonic philosopher of the third century, who taught that the human soul emanates from the divine Being, to whom it reunited at death.



Definition of Plotinist

1. Noun. (historical) A disciple of (w Plotinus), a celebrated Platonic philosopher of the third century, who taught that the human soul emanates from the divine Being, to whom it is reunited at death. ¹

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