Proclus on Nature. Philosophy of Nature and Methods in Proclus' Commentary on Plato's 'Timaeus'.
Private Presses, n.p., 2008. (VI), 319p. Theses. Paperback. Diss. Universiteit Leiden. Nice copy. 'Scholars of late antique philosophy will be very grateful for the synthesis that Marije Martijn presents in this splendid new book on the subject. Philosophers who concentrate on Plato’s Timaeus itself, rather than its later reception, can also benefit from this book. It must be said, however, that readers who have no acquaintance with Proclus’ philosophy will find this hard going. This is not an introductory book. It is, however, rich in erudition, philosophically rigorous, and highly original. In my view, Martijn’s first book announces her as a name to watch in the rapidly expanding field of late antique philosophy.' (DIRK BALTZLY on the later revised commercial edition of the dissertation in Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2011.04.42). From the library of Prof. Dr. H.F.J. Horstmanshoff.