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The importance of Ficino's contributions to philosophy consists in the impulse he communicated to Platonic studies.
Ficino was, moreover, a firm believer in planetary influences.
Even Ficino believed in horoscopes and planetary influences; so did Cardan at a later date.
He was born at Florence in 1424, nine years before Ficino, with whom he shared the duties of instructing Lorenzo in his boyhood.
Yet it cannot be expected that every man should accept the faith without reasoning; and here Ficino found a place for Platonism.