Floyer Sydenham (1710-1787) is a neglected Platonist philosopher. In addition to his translations of Plato he also wrote his own view of Platonic philosophy, Onomasticon Theologicum, and an unpublished epic poem, Truth, which reveals his personal vision of Platonic cosmology.
A monograph on Sydenham, with much previously unpublished biographical material and an outline of his work, including his unpublished epic poem Truth.
A talk (ending with a musical fantasy)
A resume of Sydenham’s unpublished epic poem.
Conversations in Arcadia. A talk to the Temenos Academy, on 10th February 2020, on Platonic influences, especially Harris and Sydenham, behind the 18th century Greek Revival in architecture and gardens.