If then the ‘One’ has no part, it would have neither beginning nor end nor middle.
Οὐκοῦν εἰ μηδὲν ἔχει μέρος, οὔτ’ ἂν ἀρχὴν οὔτε τελευτὴν οὔτε μέσον ἔχοι.
—Plato, Parmenides 137d7–8

Jonathan Greig

I am a postdoctoral research fellow at the Austrian Academy of Sciences (Institute for Medieval Research), working in the ERC project, NeoplAT: Neoplatonism and Abrahamic Traditions. My main background is in ancient/late antique philosophy, esp. Neoplatonism, and my current work is in the reception of late pagan Neoplatonist metaphysics (particularly Proclus) in late Byzantine Christians of the 11th–14th centuries A.D.

Here you may find more about me and my work. For further links:

  • You may find my work posted on academia.edu (sometimes also SocArXiv). Please feel free to request any papers.
  • I post from time to time on Twitter.
  • I keep a research blog on the Hypotheses.org academic blog platform. (As of early 2020, still in remission, but I plan to restart blogging here on this site/on Hypotheses.org.)

This space will be updated soon—keep an eye out.