pletho


pletho
, -r (G). Full, fullness; in excess

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  • Pletho — (common name, Georgios Gemistos, ca. 1355 1452)    a Byzantine philosopher and teacher who did much to promote the in fluence of Plato and the ancient Neoplatonists among both Greeks and Latins. He deplored the dominance of Aristotle in Western… …   Historical Dictionary of Renaissance

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