The Rebirth of Platonic Theology
2013, cm 17 x 24, viii-320 pp. con 1 tav. f.t. a colori.
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At the junction between the Middle Ages and the Modern Era, the figure and work of Marsilio Ficino prove to be of great importance for the century-long tradition of theological and philosophical thought inspired by Plato’s conceptual motifs. A series of studies investigates under different points of view the idea of platonic theology as defined by Ficino, but also in the forms it assumed before and after his work.