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Marcilio Ficino Public Talk a Great Success

By Ginny Koumantarakis

Marcilio Ficino was a Renaissance man in the true sense – a medical doctor, a priest, a philosopher, a student who had the privilege of many ancient manuscripts at his disposal, and the energy and ability to make good use of them.

He was a Florentine philosopher, translator, and commentator, largely responsible …

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Marsilio Ficino – Speaking Clearly and Powerfully to Modern Man

The School of Economic Science and Philosophy has had the privilege of translating the letters of Marsilio Ficino into English.  Thus far, 9 volumes have been completed.

Marsilio Ficino (1433 – 1499) made a vital contribution to the change in European society that took place in the Renaissance.  Men of influence throughout Europe drew inspiration …

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