Definition of Proclian in English:

Proclian

Pronunciation /ˈprɒklɪən/

adjective

(also Proclean)
Philosophy
  • Of or relating to the philosopher Proclus, his views, or his works.

Origin

Early 20th century. From Proclus (Byzantine Greek Πρόκλος), the name of a Neoplatonist philosopher (a.d. 410–85), head of the Athenian school after Plutarch and Syrianus + -ian.