The Routledge Handbook of Neoplatonism

Courtesy of John F. Finamore, via the ISNS mailing list:

“The Routledge Handbook of Neoplatonism, edited by Svetla Slaveva-Griffin and Pauliina Remes, is now available:
There is also a short review in Choice:
And here’s the Table of Contents:
General Introduction: Neoplatonism today Pauliina Remes & Svetla Slaveva-Griffin Part 1: (Re)sources, instruction and interaction Introduction 1. Platonist Curricula and their Influence Harold Tarrant 2. The Alexandrian Classrooms Excavated and Sixth-Century Philosophy Teaching Richard Sorabji 3. Middle Platonism and its Relation to Stoicism and the Peripatetic Tradition Gretchen Reydams-Schils and Franco Ferrari 4. Plotinus and the Gnostics John Turner 5. Plotinus and the Orient Vishwa Adluri Part 2: Methods and Styles of Exegesis Introduction 6. Aristotelian Commentary Tradition Han Baltussen 7. The Non-Commentary Tradition Andrew Smith 8. Plotinus’ Style and Argument Luc Brisson 9. Proclus’ Geometrical Method Marije Martijn Part 3: Metaphysics and Metaphysical Perspectives Introduction 10. Metaphysics: The Origin of Becoming and the Resolution of Ignorance Sara Ahbel-Rappe 11. The Metaphysics of the One Jens Halfwassen 12. Number in the Metaphysical Landscape Svetla Slaveva-Griffin 13. Substance Riccardo Chiaradonna 14. Matter and Evil in the Neoplatonic Tradition Jean-Marc Narbonne Part 4: Language, Knowledge, Soul, and Self Introduction 15. The Neoplatonists on Language and Philosophy Robbert van den Berg 16. Neoplatonic Epistemology Lloyd Gerson 17. Iamblichus on Soul John Finamore 18. From Alexander of Aphrodisias to Plotinus Frederic Schroeder 19. Metaphysics of Soul and Self in Plotinus Gwenaëlle Aubry 20. Perceptual Awareness in the Ancient Commentators Peter Lautner Part 5: Nature: Physics, Medicine and Biology Introduction 21. Physics and Metaphysics Alessandro Linguiti 22. Neoplatonism and Medicine James Wilberding 23. Humans, Other Animals, Plants and the Question of the Good Kevin Corrigan Part 6: Ethics, Political Theory and Aesthetics Introduction 24. Plotinus on Metaphysics and Morality Suzanne Stern-Gillet 25. Plotinus on Founding Freedom in Ennead VI.8[39] Bernard Collette-Dučić 26. Freedom, Providence and Fate Peter Adamson 27. Action, Reasoning and the Highest Good Pauliina Remes 28. Political Theory Dominic O’Meara 29. Plotinus’ Aesthetics Panayiota Vassilopoulou Part 7: Legacy Introduction 30. Neoplatonism and Christianity Dermot Moran 31. Neoplatonism and Christianity in Late Antiquity Dimitar Y. Dimitrov 32. Islamic and Jewish Neoplatonisms Sarah Pessin. Index.”