The nine essays in this volume were presented at the Eighth Annual Conference of the International Society for Neoplatonic Studies (ISNS), hosted and sponsored by Autonomous University of Madrid, and held in Miraflores de la Sierra (Madrid / Spain) on June 17-20, 2010. They were part of the ``Stromata. Neoplatonic Questions'' panel, whose general coordination was my responsibility. ISNS Conferences, annually held, bring together scholars from all over the world interested in Plato's philosophy and its tradition. This time, the selected articles deal with the interpretations of Plato by authors like Plotinus, Porphyry, Proclus, and Damascius, as well as with the romantic English poetry reception of this hermeneutic tradition. They include perspectives as wide as philosophic, historical, or literary, and in different contexts; like pagan, Christian, Jewish, etc. All of them aim to give a new appreciation of Neoplatonic Philosophy and a better understanding of what Platonism and Neoplatonism may be.
José M. Zamora Calvo, Ph.D. (1998) in Philosophy, University of Valladolid, is Professor of Ancient Philosophy at the Autonomous University of Madrid. His publications include La génesis de lo múltiple. Materia y mundo sensible en Plotino (Valladolid 2000); with Enrique A. Ramos Jurado et alii Porfirio de Tiro. Contra los cristianos (Cádiz 2006); as editor La amistad en la filosofía antigua (Madrid 2009); Platón. Timeo (Madrid 2010).