OTHER WORDS FROM PlatonismPla·to·nist, noun, adjectivean·ti-Pla·to·nism, nounan·ti-Pla·to·nist, noun, adjective
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There was the purest Platonism at bottomOf all his feelings.My Recollections of Lord Byron|Teresa Guiccioli
Platonism, embraced by the early Fathers, was a collection of abstractions and theories, but was deficient in method.Beacon Lights of History, Volume V|John Lord
This is the more remarkable because it is not an essential element in Neo-Platonism, upon which Gabirol's system is based.
He shows a better knowledge of Aristotelian ideas than his predecessors, and is well versed in Neo-Platonism.
Platonism, which offers delightful games for such subtle wit as his, he especially liked to play with.The Collected Poems of Rupert Brooke|Rupert Brooke