London; (1969): Faber & Faber. Octavo. Item #027548
Updated edition, 538 pages, with an Introduction By Paul Henry and Notes By Professor E.R. Dodds also with an extensive section of quotations Plotinus uses from Plato and Aristotle. This is the definitive edition which B.S. Page not only thoroughly revised but added the critical text notes of Henry and Schwyzer which he was able to access and make extensive notes. He writes that after forty years of research using MacKanna's original translation he considers this the end of further work as he is retiring. As Armstrong wrote in the Classical Review, B.S. Page has managed to keep the richness of MacKenna's original work and incorporate the work of Henry and Schwyzer which had previously not been available to scholars. A near fine copy bound in gray cloth spine lettering gilt.