This is consistent with Plotinus’ view that practical wisdom (phronêsis), the intellectual
virtue responsible for deliberating well concerning what is good or bad for a human
being and for prescribing right action, derives its principles from dialectic and
is a superior form of reasoning concerned with grasping the universal.51 51 See I.3.6.6–14.
Cf. I.2.1.17, I.2.3.15, I.2.6.13–15, I.2.7.7 and 14–31, I.8.9.2–3, and I.8.15.7–9.
See also Bene (2013: 154–156).
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