Eighteen essays re-examine Marsilio Ficino’s life and work focusing on three essential aspects: his significance in his own times, his spreading influence throughout Europe and over subsequent centuries in many areas of thought and creativity, and his enduring relevance today. Ficino was one of the most influential humanist philosophers of the early Italian Renaissance period. Translation of his major works from Latin enables a new generation to rediscover and share Ficino’s vision of human potential.
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