The Religious Foundations of Francis Bacon's Thought
University of Missouri Press, 2006 - 193 Seiten
"Presents close analysis of eight of Francis Bacon's texts in order to investigate the relation of his religious views to his instauration. Attempts to correct the persistent misconception of Bacon as a secular modern who dismissed religion in order to promote the human advancement of knowledge"--Provided by publisher.
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Chapter 2 T h e Gre a t In s t a u ra t i o n
Chapter 3 T h e Ne w Org a n o n
Chapter 4 T h e m e s a n d Im a g e s i n Ba c o ns E a r l y Wr i t i n g s
Conclusion Fo u r Key Ba c o n i a n T h e m e s
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