Plotinus; MacKenna, Stephen [translator]. The Enneads; Translated by Stephen MacKenna, Second Edition Revised by B. S. Page, with a Foreword by Professor E. R. Dodds, and an Introduction by Professor Paul Henry, S.J. London: Faber and Faber, Undated. Second Edition. 
Gray cloth, binding very good with some offset spotting from the dust jacket, 25 cm (9 3/4 x 6 3/4 inches), li., 631 clean pp., light bump to bottom text corner. Dust jacket with foxing, tattered edges; now in a clear wrapper. The dark streak on the spine in the photo is from the flash; there is some foxing, but not a dark streak. Good in fair dust-jacket. Hardcover.
"'The importance of Plotinus in the history of thought can hardly be exaggerated. Among the philosophers of mysticism he holds and undisputed pre-eminence, since no other writer unites in the same measure metaphysical genius with intimate personal experience.' Such was the late Dean Inge's estimate of the third-century founder of New-Platonism, whose writings are called The Enneads. Stephen MacKenna's complete translation of Plotinus is, as Professor E. R. Dodds says in his Foreword to this new edition, 'one of the very few great translations produced in our time'. - Publisher.