According to the platonist Ficino the soul has descended from heaven and has framed a body in which to dwell.
But in his moment of inspiration, the platonist will have no sense for the imperfect.
The reputation of "the platonist" begins to grow, and will continue to grow.
In philosophy she was a platonist, in politics an Opportunist.
And hence, even this platonist himself judiciously observes that we should rather imitate than invoke them.
Coleridge was aiming at an important truth when he said that every man was born an Aristotelian or a platonist.
Henry More, platonist and seer of visions, never attained ecstasy in his poetry.
Besides, there are thousands of Abstractions that the mind of "A platonist" has never conceived.
How much more tolerable and accordant with human feeling is the error of your platonist co-sectary Apuleius!
He was more a platonist in his spirit than an Aristotelian, although he was indebted to Aristotle for his method.