<neoplatonism, Plotinus, philosophy of Reinassance, magic>, <myth, love, philosophy of nature, philosophy of science>, Christian thought, ethics> Italian philosopher (1433-1499), whose translations into Latin made the works of Plato and Plotinus accessible during the Renaissance. Despite his fascination with myth and magic, Ficino endorsed a synthesis of neoplatonic thought with the doctrines of Christianity. Recommended Reading: Marsilio Ficino, Commentary on Plato's Symposium on Love (Spring, 2000); Marsilio Ficino, Three Books on Life, ed. by Carol V. Kaske, John R. Clark (Medieval & Renaissance, 1989); Renaissance Philosophy of Man, ed. by Ernst Cassirer, Paul Oskar Kristeller, and John H. Randall (Chicago, 1956).
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