Ethics does not seem to occupy a field in itself within Plotinus’ philosophy; the moral questions seem to be deeply related to reflections on man and the nature of the Intellect. In this short essay I will try to define the essential aspects of Plotinus’ metaphysical and anthropological reflection, in order to highlight the incidence of ethical thought in it. The ethical reflection does not seem to have an autonomous role, as there is no ethics without metaphysics; for this reason, in Enneads, Plotinus seems to theorize the existence of a “meta-ethics”.
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