Marsilio Ficino Renaissance Man
Valery Rees looks at the Florentine scholar Marsilio Ficino and finds a man whose work still speaks to us today.
If his name is not as well known as those of his illustrious followers, it is not surprising, as we shall see from his career. Nor would this state of affairs have entirely displeased him, for he was a modest man.
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