[2015] Joel Shrum (Outen 4th block): Francis Bacon: British Natural Philosopher

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[2015] Joel Shrum (Outen 4th block): Francis Bacon: British Natural Philosopher

Francis Bacon:British Natural Philosopher

Bacon wrote the Novum Organum in 1620. He wrote The Advancement of Learning in 1605. He wrote A Letter of Advice to Queen Elizabeth in 1584. And last but not least The New Atlantis in 1610. Bacon has alot more literature works but these are the ones that were his most famous.

Bacon wrote more than 30 philosphical works an as many legal popular, scientific, historical, and other books and essays as well. He was familiar with the Royal Court. Bacon transfers Aristotle's metaphysical and ethical subjects includeing the nature of God on one and governing rules for human conduction on the other. The primary task of science for Bacon, is the discovery of forms, the components of and the causes within the particulars of nature. Bacon has been considered the prophet of expiremental discovery. Bacon was a scientist as well as a philosopher.

Bacon served a Lord Chancelor of England under King James I. He studied at Trinity College in Cambridge when he was only 12. He began a legal education on his comeback to London. He also served as a Barrister at the bar and later became a lecturer at Gray's Inn. Bacon lived in Paris, France from 1576 until his father died in 1579.

Francis Bacon is one of the many most influential philosphers of all time. He attempted to explain the principles of acquiring knowledge. He was born in London, England on January 22, 1561. He was borne to Anne Cooke and Nicholas Bacon. Occupation was a Natural Philospher. Bacon wrote many books and pieces of literature.

Birthtown: London, EnglandDeathtown: Highgate, EnglandBirthdate: January 22, 1561Deathdate: April 19, 1926Occupation: Natural Philosopher

The primary task of science for Bacon is the discovery of forms, the components of and the cause within nature. Bacon Enemies charged him with bribery. Francis Bacon died at Highgate on April 19,1626. Bacon brought many contributions to the Renaissance and the Scientific Revoulution even though he neglected mathematics and science.


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