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Judah Leon Abravanel (c.1460-c1530?) Philosophy & Neoplatonism & Love Leone Ebreo as he was known, was a Jewish philosopher. The Dialoghi di Amore is his most important work, and also the most important work on Symphorien Champier (1472-1539) Neoplatonism & Philosophy & Medicine & Hermetism was a French physician, scholar, and humanist. He was born in the small town of Savoy and studied medicine at the Giordano Bruno (1548-1600) Neoplatonism Giordano Bruno was an Italian Dominican friar, philosopher, mathematician, poet, astrologer, and cosmologist. He is best known for his unorthodox Plotinus (204/5-270 CE) Mysticism & Neoplatonism Plotinus was an influential Greek philosopher and mystic who founded the Neoplatonic school of philosophy. He is widely considered to be one of the Robert Fludd (1574-1637) Mysticism & Astrology & Alchemy & Neoplatonism & Hermetism Robert Fludd was an English philosopher, physician and astrologer. He is best known for his work on alchemy, astrology and mysticism. The son of a Porphyry of Tyre (c. 234–305 CE) Astrology & Philosophy & Neoplatonism was a Neoplatonic philosopher from Tyre, Phoenicia. He is sometimes called the “Father of Neoplatonism” for his Matteo Bosso (1427-1502) Medicine & Platonic Academy & Neoplatonism & Hermetism Bosso was a member of the Platonic Academy of Marsilio Ficino and a friend of Pico della Mirandola and Lorenzo de Medici. De instituendo sapientia Jamblichus (c. 245–c. 325 CE) Hermetism & Neoplatonism Jamblichus was a Syrian Neoplatonist philosopher and a student of Porphyry, the most influential Neoplatonist of his time. He is best known for his Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499) Hermetism & Neoplatonism & Astrology & Firenze Marsilio Ficino was an Italian philosopher, theologian, astrologer, and physician. He is best known for his translations of Plato and his