The problems that taxed the minds of people during the Renaissance
were much the same as those confronting us today. In their
perplexity many deep-thinking people sought the advice of Marsilio
Ficino, the leader of the Platonic Academy in Florence, and through
his letters he advised them, encouraged them, and sometimes
reproved them. Ficino was utterly fearless in expressing what he
knew to be true. His letters cover the widest range of topics,
mixing philosophy and humor, compassion and advice, and offering a
profound glimpse into the soul of the Renaissance.
This is the only accessible collection of Ficino's writings
available in English.
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