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  • Sopatros (en grec ancien Σώπατρος) né vers 242 à Apamée, est un philosophe néoplatonicien, considéré comme sophiste et païen, et exécuté sur ordre de l’empereur romain Constantin en 325, disciple de Jamblique.
  • Sopatro de Apameia (m. antes de 337) foi um distinto filósofo neoplatónico e sofista.Foi um discípulo de Jâmblico. Depois da morte deste (c. 325) viajou até Constantinopla, onde gozou dos favores e da amizade pessoal de Constantino.A Suda diz que escreveu diversas obras, incluindo Sobre a prudência (Περὶ Προνοίας), e outra chamada ""Sobre as pessoas que são inevitavelmente afortunadas e desgraçadas" (περὶ τῶν παρὰ τὴν ἀξίαν εὐπραγούντων ἢ δυσπραγούντων).É distinto de outro sofista também de nome "de Apameia" que escreveu epítomes de variados autores e provavelmente também a obra "Extractos históricos"., da qual Fócio preservou um resumo, a partir do qual parece conter uma vasta variedade de factos e ficção, colectada de um grande número de autores.Sopatro foi um de muitos ordenados à morte por Constantino antes de 337. Zósimo deriva a morte de Sopatro das maquinações de Ablávio.
  • Sopater of Apamea (Greek: Σώπατρος; died before 337 AD), was a distinguished sophist and Neoplatonist philosopher.He was a disciple of Iamblichus, after whose death (c. 325 AD), he went to Constantinople, where he enjoyed the favour and personal friendship of Constantine I.The Suda lists that he wrote variety of works, including one On Providence, and another called People who have Undeserved Good or Bad Fortune. He is distinguished from another sophist of that name "Of Apamea ... (Or rather, of Alexandria)", who wrote epitomes of very many authors and probably also the Historical Extracts, of which Photius has preserved a summary, from which it appears that it contained a vast variety of fact and fiction, collected from a great number of authors.Sozomenus relates "an invention of persons who desired to vilify the Christian religion", that Constantine asked Sopater for purification after having killed his son Crispus and that Sopater denied him.Sopater was one of many who were put to death by Constantine, sometime before 337 AD. Zosimus ascribes his death to the machinations of Ablabius. Eunapius alleges that Sopater was charged with detaining by magical arts a fleet laden with grain.
  • Sopatros z Apamei - filozof platoński szkoły syryjskiej. Uczeń Jamblicha. Mieszkał w Konstantynopolu, gdzie początkowo miał duże wpływy na dworze cesarskim, lecz ostatecznie został skazany i stracony za uprawianie magii.
  • Sopatros von Apameia (griechisch Σώπατρος Sōpatros, lateinisch Sopater; † zwischen 330 und 337 in Konstantinopel) war ein spätantiker Philosoph (Neuplatoniker). Zur Unterscheidung von einem gleichnamigen jüngeren Philosophen aus Apameia wird er in der Forschung manchmal Sopatros 1 genannt.
  • Sopatro di Apamea (greco: Σώπατρος; latino: Sopăter; floruit 327; ... – ...) è stato un filosofo neoplatonico greco antico del IV secolo, che fu messo a morte dall'imperatore Costantino I, di cui era stato amico.
  • Szópatrosz (Σώπατρος, 4. század) görög filozófus.A szíriai Apameából származott, Iamblikhosz tanítványa volt. Pogány mivolta miatt Nagy Konstantin parancsára kivégezték. A Szuda-lexikon említi három munkáját, amelyekből még töredékek sem maradtak fenn.[forrás?]
  • Sòpater d'Apamea el Vell (Sopater, Σώπατρος) fou un sofista grec que va estar per un temps al front de l'escola de Plocí (Plotinus). Fou deixeble d'Iàmblic a la mort del qual (abans del 320) va anar a Constantinoble on va gaudir de l'amistat personal de Constantí I el Gran, que més tard el va fer matar per justificar la seva sinceritat en la conversió al cristianisme (abans del 337)Suides només li atribueix dues obres: "Sobre la Prudència" (Περὶ Προνοίας), i "Sobre les persones" que són inevitablement afortunats i desgraciats (περὶ τῶν παρὰ τὴν ἀξίαν εὐπραγούντων ἢ δυσπραγούντων). Altres obres que corresponen a un Sòpater són generalment atribuïdes a Sòpater d'Apamea el Jove
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  • Sopatros (en grec ancien Σώπατρος) né vers 242 à Apamée, est un philosophe néoplatonicien, considéré comme sophiste et païen, et exécuté sur ordre de l’empereur romain Constantin en 325, disciple de Jamblique.
  • Sopatros z Apamei - filozof platoński szkoły syryjskiej. Uczeń Jamblicha. Mieszkał w Konstantynopolu, gdzie początkowo miał duże wpływy na dworze cesarskim, lecz ostatecznie został skazany i stracony za uprawianie magii.
  • Sopatros von Apameia (griechisch Σώπατρος Sōpatros, lateinisch Sopater; † zwischen 330 und 337 in Konstantinopel) war ein spätantiker Philosoph (Neuplatoniker). Zur Unterscheidung von einem gleichnamigen jüngeren Philosophen aus Apameia wird er in der Forschung manchmal Sopatros 1 genannt.
  • Sopatro di Apamea (greco: Σώπατρος; latino: Sopăter; floruit 327; ... – ...) è stato un filosofo neoplatonico greco antico del IV secolo, che fu messo a morte dall'imperatore Costantino I, di cui era stato amico.
  • Szópatrosz (Σώπατρος, 4. század) görög filozófus.A szíriai Apameából származott, Iamblikhosz tanítványa volt. Pogány mivolta miatt Nagy Konstantin parancsára kivégezték. A Szuda-lexikon említi három munkáját, amelyekből még töredékek sem maradtak fenn.[forrás?]
  • Сопа́тр Апаме́йский (др.-греч. Σώπατρος ὁ Ἀπᾰμεύς, IV в.) — античный философ-неоплатоник Пергамской школы неоплатонизма, ученик Ямвлиха, глава школы после смерти Ямвлиха (предп.).Сведения о Сопатре почти отсутствуют. Собственно теоретическое содержание его деятельности восстановить практически невозможно. Из работ Сопатра не сохранилось ничего, сохранившиеся названия не говорят почти ни о чем.
  • Sopatro de Apameia (m. antes de 337) foi um distinto filósofo neoplatónico e sofista.Foi um discípulo de Jâmblico. Depois da morte deste (c.
  • Sopater of Apamea (Greek: Σώπατρος; died before 337 AD), was a distinguished sophist and Neoplatonist philosopher.He was a disciple of Iamblichus, after whose death (c. 325 AD), he went to Constantinople, where he enjoyed the favour and personal friendship of Constantine I.The Suda lists that he wrote variety of works, including one On Providence, and another called People who have Undeserved Good or Bad Fortune. He is distinguished from another sophist of that name "Of Apamea ...
  • Sòpater d'Apamea el Vell (Sopater, Σώπατρος) fou un sofista grec que va estar per un temps al front de l'escola de Plocí (Plotinus).
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