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48 the Stoic sage—a rare creature—can by judicious use of his rational mind avoid being moved by the passions. This is impossible for a daemon, because the whole of the daemon’s interiority is taken with passivity. Augustine asks with incredulity: Can there be any doubt that, in these words, it is not some inferior part of their souls that is said to be disturbed like a stormy sea by the tempests of the passions, but the very mind in respect of which the demons are said to be rational creatures?
9. 15 Clarke, Dillon, and Hershbell, Iamblichus, xxvi. ”16 To start, he establishes that divine beings are not subject to the same passivity—both ontologically and in a general sense—to which humans are subject. There are four classes of divine beings: gods, daemons, heroes, and pure souls. 18 There are multiple faults of human perception that can skew the ways in which the divine realm is understood. Iamblichus, as “Abamon,” warns against applying to divine beings the same categories that one might apply to animals, such as “rational” and “irrational,” because these dichotomies do not obtain among divine beings.
Theorizing about daemons in a way that likened them to human beings, and to human mutability, ultimately proved to be more damaging than helpful, in part because it suggested that divine beings, while ontologically superior to humans, could be their moral counterparts: reactive and unstable. HUMAN PERCEPTION While Martin locates the intial misstep that endangers the pagan philosophical system at the moment when thinkers begin to admit the possibility of a morally ambivalent daemon, at least one of the writers he treats in Inventing Superstition identifies a different source for the problem.
British Armour in action by Norm E. Harms, Steve Clayton, Uwe Feist