The Cambridge Companion to Bacon
Francis Bacon (1561-1626) is one of the most important figures of the early modern era. His plan for scientific reform played a central role in the birth of the new science. The essays in this volume offer a comprehensive survey of his writings on science, including his classifications of sciences, his theory of knowledge and of forms, his speculative philosophy, his idea of cooperative scientific research, and the providential aspects of Baconian science. There are also essays on Bacon's theory of rhetoric and history as well as on his moral and political philosophy and on his legacy.
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Bacons idea of science
Bacons classification of knowledge
Bacons method of science
Bacons forms and the makers knowledge
Bacons speculative philosophy
Bacon as an advocate for cooperative scientific
Bacons science and religion
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