Neoplatonism Through the Renaissance


Did Christians accept Neoplatonism?

Neoplatonism was a revision of Plato’s main ideas, but it was able to coexist with Christianity as Rome and its empire became increasingly averse to atheism and paganism. Neoplatonists and Christians were often at bitter odds with each other on political and religious grounds, and few people were both Christians and Neoplatonists before medieval times.


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