… Hence the splendour of its gentle, the splendour that belongs to the Idea” (Plotinus, 22 [Ennead 1.3]). For Plotinus as for Plato, all multiplicity have to be immolated finally into unity, and all roads of inquiry and experience lead toward the Good/Beautiful/True/Divine. Only a compound could be beautiful, by no means something devoid of elements; and only a complete; the several elements will have beauty, not in themselves, however solely as working collectively to give a comely whole. Yet beauty in an combination demands beauty in details; it can’t be constructed out of ugliness; its legislation must run all through. This article will start with a sketch of the debate over whether or not beauty is goal or subjective, which is perhaps the single most-prosecuted disagreement in the literature.
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