FICINO, M. De triplici vita libri tres. Primus de uita sana: sive de cura ualitudinis eorum: qui incumbunt studio literrarum. Secundus de uita longa. Tertius de uita coelitus comparanda. Apologia quaedam: in qua de medicina: Astrologia: uita mudi, Ite de Magis: qui Christum statim natum salutauerunt. Quod necessaria sit ad uitam securitas & tranquillitas animi. Praeclarissimarum sententiaru huius operis brevis Annotatio. Colophon: Bologna, Benedictus Hectoris (Faelli), 27th May, 1501. 117 lvs. (last blank (C6) lacks). Old h. vellum over wooden brds. (Extremities of binding & edges burnt/blackened by fire, last lvs. rep. w. some loss of text to final leaf, place and name of printer written on ti-p. in an old hand, some tiny wormholes, waterstained in places).Ficino's Neoplatonic treatise on longevity, De triplici vita, was first published in Florence in 1489. Ficino, who studied medicine in his youth (his father was a physician to the Medici), here combines the principles of nutritional and physical care with emotional and spiritual wellbeing, including the use of amulets and attention to astrological factors. Although his treatise came under scrutiny by the Holy Office, Ficino claimed that he was quoting from earlier writers rather than expounding his own opinions. - Cf. Adams F-414 (pt. 3); Wellcome I, 2258.
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