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  1. Marsilio Ficino (Figline Valdarno, Florencia, 19 de octubre de 1433, - Villa medicea de Careggi, Florencia, 1 de octubre de 1499) fue un sacerdote católico, filólogo, médico y filósofo renacentista italiano, protegido de Cosme de Médicis y de sus sucesores, incluyendo Lorenzo de Médici (llamado "el Magnífico"), fue además el artífice del renacimiento del neoplatonismo y encabezó la ...

  2. Early life. Ficino was born at Figline Valdarno.His father, Diotifeci d'Agnolo, was a physician under the patronage of Cosimo de' Medici, who took the young man into his household and became the lifelong patron of Marsilio, who was made tutor to his grandson, Lorenzo de' Medici.

  3. Marsilio Ficino, dettaglio della scena dell'Annuncio dell'angelo a Zaccaria, di Domenico Ghirlandaio, in Cappella Tornabuoni, Santa Maria Novella, Firenze Marsilio Ficino ( AFI : /marˈsiljo fiˈʧino/ [1] [2] ; Figline Valdarno , 20 ottobre 1433 – Careggi , 1º ottobre 1499 ) è stato un filosofo , umanista e astrologo italiano , [3] fra i più influenti del primo Rinascimento italiano .

  4. Like the Primavera, the Birth of Venus is also associated with the concept of Humanitas,or virtuous Humanity, a theory developed by Marsilio Ficino in a letter to the young Lorenzo. According to the interpretation by Ernst Gombrich, the work depicts the symbolic fusion of Spirit and Matter, the harmonious interaction of Idea and Nature.

  5. Wicked Flesh—Now in Paperback! Jessica Marie Johnson’s award-winning and groundbreaking book Wicked Flesh is now available in paperback from Penn Press! Unearthing personal stories from the archive, Wicked Flesh shows how black women used intimacy and kinship to redefine freedom in the eighteenth-century Atlantic world.

  6. Later in 1469, Marsilio Ficino put forward a theory of neo-platonic love, in which he defined love as a personal ability of an individual, which guides their soul towards cosmic processes, lofty spiritual goals and heavenly ideas. The first use of the modern sense of platonic love is considered to be by Ficino in one of his letters.

  7. Fray Luca Bartolomeo de Pacioli o Luca di Borgo San Sepolcro (Sansepulcro, c. 1445 - 1517) fue un fraile franciscano, matemático, contador, economista y profesor italiano, precursor del cálculo de probabilidades y reconocido históricamente por haber formalizado y establecido el sistema de partida doble, [1] que es la base de la contabilidad moderna.

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