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It is not simply one link in a chain of being which is separated from other links, but it interpenetrates other spiritual levels by reflecting their natures ~ l t h i nitself as they do its nature within themselves. The complex relationship which we observed between Intellect and Being was sufficient to show us how important this interpenetration is. ~ This reconciliation is, of course, only possible in Intellect because of the fact that it transcends both space and time, as this writer emphasizes.
Pp. 7-9. See, for example, the passages in Proclus' writings which introduce the causal triad itself. One notable case is that quoted on p. I I. This question is, of course, the most fundamental of all those which have been raised, and an answer was sketched in a preliminary fashion during Chapter I. Beienvaltes, op. cit, pp. Here, the writer again refers to passages in Proclus' own writings (in C r d . 20. 20 and (the quotation) ibid. 16. 12-13). 93 find simultaneously within Intellect are, although logical categories, embraced within a real existent, and therefore also ontological ones.
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