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This bibliography section of this book titled Laus Platonici Philosophi contains a list of reference books and articles. The importance of Marsilio Ficino contribution to the development of ideas at the end of the fifteenth century and on through the sixteenth and beyond is recognized in many fields from philosophy and religious thought to new kinds of scientific thinking and literary endeavour. This is reflected in the wide range of topics covered in the book. Although Ficino was not the first translator of Plato in the Renaissance, he was the first to translate the entire corpus of Platonic works, and to translate them in a way that especially emphasised their relevance for contemporary readers.

Keywords: Marsilio Ficino; Platonic philosophy



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