platonists

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The Platonists had discovered that the seat of moral evil was material substance.

The fault of the Platonists who say things of this sort is seldom that of emptiness.

Justin discourses on that topic after the manner of the Platonists.

The Platonists were great champions of amulets and talismans.

It was established by the dissident Jews who united with the Platonists.

All men, the world has long been assured, are born Aristotelians or Platonists.

Cicero said this because he, with the Platonists, believed that the world would not perish.

It is evident that none come nearer to us than the Platonists.

The Platonists do not deny their existence, but prefer to call them good demons.

And Platonists are wont to ascribe a rational mind to the gods.