We cannot take the Platonic speculations of Iamblichus about the nature and manifestations of Egyptian godhead as evidence for the belief of the peoples who first worshipped the Egyptian gods an innumerable series of ages before Iamblichus and Plutarch.
36; Iamblichus, De Vit.
In logic he is reported to have agreed with Eusebius, Iamblichus and Porphyry in asserting the validity of the second and third figures of the syllogism.
There is more than one meaning of Iamblichus discussed in the 1911 Encyclopedia.
P. 347), states that "she appears to have taught the Neoplatonic doctrine in the form in which Iamblichus had stated it."