Ficino

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  • Ficino —   [fi tʃiːno], Marsilio, italienischer Arzt, Humanist und Philosoph, * Florenz, 19. 10. 1433, ✝ Careggi (heute zu Florenz) 1. 10. 1499; 1473 zum Priester geweiht. Gefördert von Cosimo de Medici, wurde er zum Mittelpunkt des Florentiner… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Ficino — Ficino, Marsilio …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Ficino — Büste Ficinos von Andrea di Piero Ferrucci im Dom von Florenz, 1521 Marsilio Ficino (* 19. Oktober 1433 in Figline Valdarno; † 1. Oktober 1499 in Careggi bei Florenz) war ein Humanist und Philosoph. Er gehört zu den bekannte …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ficino — Marsile Ficin Marsile Ficin Philosophe italien Renaissance …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Ficino — /fiˈtʃinoʊ/ (say fee cheenoh) noun Marsilio /maˈsilioʊ/ (say mah seeleeoh), 1433–99, Italian philosopher and theologian …   Australian English dictionary

  • Ficino, Marsilio — • Entry on this Renaissance Platonist, by M. Schumacher. Details his life and explores his relation to the classical thinkers Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Ficino, Marsilio — born Oct. 19, 1433, Figline, Republic of Florence died Oct. 1, 1499, Careggi, near Florence Italian philosopher, theologian, and linguist. His translations and commentaries on the writings of Plato and other Classical Greek authors marked the… …   Universalium

  • Ficino, Marsilio — (1433 1499)    Florentine translator and Neo platonic philosopher, associated with the Medici family, who became his patrons. The son of a personal physician to Cosimo de Medici, he received a medical rather than a humanistic education. Thus… …   Historical Dictionary of Renaissance

  • Ficino, Marsilio — (1433– 99)    Philosopher and Mystic.    Ficino was born near Florence. Under the patronage of Cosimo de’ Medici, he studied Greek philosophy and by 1477 he had translated all the dialogues of Plato. He was the founder of the Platonic Academy in… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • Ficino, Marsilio — (1433 1499)    Priest, doctor, musician, translator of ancient texts, writer, philosopher, and key figure of the Renaissance. Marsilio Ficino enjoyed the patronage of the Medici rulers of Florence. While in the service of Cosimo de Medici, Ficino …   Dictionary of Renaissance art

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