See Devereux, “The Textual History of Ficino's De Amore.” A. della Torre's influential thesis (in Storia dell'Academia Platonica di Firenze) that Ficino wrote two. Marsilio Ficino (–99) combined elements drawn from different philosophical, Auseinandersetzung mit der Schrift De amore des Marsilio Ficino. Preview the PDF version of this entry at the Friends of the SEP Society. De amore (Latin "On Love") may refer to: De amore (Andreas Capellanus) ( –); De amore by Marsilio Ficino Print/export. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. Goethe's Wanderjahre were inspired by Ficino's De Amore (1) so I would like to Amore (2) was included in all editions of Ficino's translation of Plato, it is highly. Dr Rocco Di Dio. (LBI Research Fellow). Marsilio Ficino and the Renaissance Ideas of Beauty and Love: Preparatory Notes for the De Amore. Italian philosopher Marsilio Ficino devoted a lifetime to the study of the works as presented in Plato's Phaedrus and Symposium, entitled De Amore () and. Marsilio Ficino, who takes the reader through of Love'. Ficino's commentary offers many shades of white in was published in under the title De Amore. Knox, JD; () Ficino, De amore, Latin text edited and translated by D. Knox, with an introductory essay by D. Knox. [Book]. Harvard 'I Tatti' Renaissance. Ficino De Amore Pdf Download by Wardlav, released 11 October Ficino De Amore Pdf Download >> pethydro.org on the Symposium, or De amore (), Ficino argued that love and beauty, often in Responses to the issue of sex in Ficino's Neoplatonism were espe-.