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" Bacon starts out with the principle that there are four grounds of human ignorance. These are, " first, trust in inadequate authority; second, that force of custom which leads men to accept without properly questioning what has been accepted before their... "
Old-time Makers of Medicine: The Story of the Students and Teachers of the ... - Page 411
de James Joseph Walsh - 1911 - 446 pages
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English Writers: An Attempt Towards a History of English Literature, Volume 3

Henry Morley - 1888
...Majus," reiterated in the "Opus Minus," and summed up for his Holiness in the " Opus Tertium," sets out with the principle that there are four grounds of human ignorance : trust in inadequate authority, the force of custom, the opinion of the inexperienced crowd, and the...
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English Writers: An Attempt Towards a History of English Literature, Volume 3

Henry Morley - 1888
...Majus," reiterated in the "Opus Minus," and summed up for his Holiness in the " Opus Tertium," sets out with the principle that there are four grounds of human ignorance : trust in inadequate authority, the force of custom, the opinion of the inexperienced crowd, and the...
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The Thirteenth, Greatest of Centuries

James Joseph Walsh - 1907 - 490 pages
...Clement the body of doctrine that he was teaching at the University of Oxford in the Thirteenth Century, starts out with the principle that there are four...are first, trust in inadequate authority; second, the force of custom which leads men to accept too unquestioningly what has been accepted before their...
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The Rosary Magazine, Volume 30

1907
...Clement the Body of Doctrine that he was teaching at the University of Oxford in the thirteenth century, starts out with the principle that there are four...are: first, trust in inadequate authority; second, the force of custom, which leads men to accept too unquestioningly what has been accepted before their...
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The Popes and Science: The History of the Papal Relations to Science During ...

James Joseph Walsh - 1908 - 431 pages
...was doing at the University of Oxford, and wished to learn for himself the details of his work. Friar Bacon starts out with the principle that there are...grounds of human ignorance. "These are: first, trust in adequate authority; second, that force of custom which leads men to accept too unquestioningly what...
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