Spatial metaphors are often used in philosophy to speak about consciousness and to distinguish between the inner, private sphere of awareness and the outer, real world. Plotinus also employs this kind of language to talk about the nature of human awareness and the nature of the self. In the 'Enneads' we can find two contradictory ways of speaking about awareness in spatial metaphors. In some texts...
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