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  1. Francis Bacon in the 1950s by Michael Peppiatt, 2009-03-24
  2. Tate British Artists: Francis Bacon by Andrew Brighton, 2009-05-01
  3. Tate British Artists: Francis Bacon by Andrew Brighton, 2009-05-01
  4. Francis Bacon in the 1950s by Michael Peppiatt, 2009-03-24
  5. The essayes;: Or, Counsels civill & morall: The Essays of SirFrancis Bacon by Francis Bacon, 1972
  6. The Winding Stair: Francis Bacon, His Rise and Fall (Virago Modern Classics) by Daphne du Maurier, 2006-05-01
  7. Novum Organum; by Francis Bacon, Joseph Devey, 2010-08-24
  8. Francis Bacon a Political Biography by Joel J. Epstein, 1977-03
  9. Bacon by Francis Bacon, 2010-10-14
  10. Francis Bacon And the Refiguring of Early Modern Thought: Essays to Commemorate the Advancement of Learning (1605-2005) (Literary and Scientific Cultures of Early Modernity)
  11. Francis Bacon and the Transformation of Early-Modern Philosophy by Stephen Gaukroger, 2001-03-19
  12. Francis Bacon: Herald of the New Age by Peter Dawkins, 1997-01
  13. Sir Francis Bacon's Cipher Story, Part 2 by Orville W. Owen, 2003-02-01
  14. Essays (Classics of World Literature) by Francis Bacon, 1998-10

41. Malaspina Great Books - Francis Bacon (1561-1626)
Offers a Biography about the English statesman, essayist, and philosopher Sir Francis Bacon.
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42. Francis Bacon, English Philosopher And Statesman —
Encyclopedia Bacon, Francis. Bacon, Francis, 1561–1626, English philosopher, essayist, and statesman, b. London, educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, and at Gray's Inn.

43. Great Books Index - Francis Bacon
Index of hypertext links.
Francis Bacon (15611626)
An Index to Online Great Books in English Translation AUTHORS/HOME TITLES ABOUT GB INDEX BOOK LINKS Writings of Francis Bacon Novum Organum New Atlantis Essays Poems ... Articles Novum Organum: Aphorisms Concerning the Interpretation of Nature and the Kingdom of Man
  • No complete online edition is known.
  • The Great Instauration (Hanover)
    Excerpts from The Great Instauration (Latin: Instauratio Magna) as published in Bacon's works. The Novum Organum is the second part of what was intended to be a work in six parts.
    The only portions of the text which are online are the preface to the Novum Organum and Bacon's summary, digested in Aphorisms.
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44. Bacon, Francis | Define Bacon, Francis At
Cultural Dictionary Bacon, Francis definition An English author of the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. Bacon is known in philosophy for his defense of the, Francis?fromRef=true

45. New Atlantis
Browse through this long utopian fantasy written by Bacon and set in the South Sea west of Peru.
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About three hours after we had despatched our answer, there came toward us a person (as it seemed) of a place. He had on him a gown with wide sleeves, of a kind of water chamolet, of an excellent azure color, far more glossy than ours; his under-apparel was green, and so was his hat, being in the form of a turban, daintily made, and not so huge as the Turkish turbans; and the locks of his hair came down below the brims of it. A reverend man was he to behold. He came in a boat, gilt in some part of it, with four persons more only in that boat; and was followed by another boat, wherein were some twenty. When he was come within a flight-shot of our ship, signs were made to us that we should send forth some to meet him upon the water, which we presently did in our ship-boat, sending the principal man amongst us save one, and four of our number with him. When we were come within six yards of their boat, they called to us to stay, and not to approach farther, which we did. So he returned; and awhile after came the notary to us aboard our ship, holding in his hand a fruit of that country, like an orange, but of color between orange-tawny and scarlet, which cast a most excellent odor. He used it (as it seemed) for a preservative against infection. He gave us our oath, "By the name of Jesus, and His merits," and after told us that the next day, by six of the clock in the morning, we should be sent to, and brought to the strangers' house (so he called it), where we should be accommodated of things, both for our whole and for our sick. So he left us; and when we offered him some pistolets, he smiling, said, "He must not be twice paid for one labor:" meaning (as I take it) that he had salary sufficient of the State for his service. For (as I after learned) they call an officer that taketh rewards twice paid.

46. Biografia De Francis Bacon
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47. BnF - Tous Les Savoirs Du Monde : Biographie De Francis Bacon
Biographie et oeuvre de Francis Bacon.
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48. Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626)
Sir Francis Bacon, Renaissance author, courtier, and father of inductive reasoning. Life, works, and resources.
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49. Francis Bacon - Changing The Face Of Portraiture
Biographical chronology, key works, recommended readings, and quotations from Humanities Web.

50. Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane - Modern Contemporary Irish Art, Francis Baco
Relocated studio of the artist at the Hugh Lane Gallery in Dublin. Includes a selection of paintings, biographical information, photographs and details of the studio.

51. Bacon (Francis) The Works...
LotBacon (Francis) The Works , Lot Number204, Starting Bid 80, AuctioneerBloomsbury Auctions, AuctionBibliophile Sale, Date500 AM PT Nov 11th, 2010

52. Sir Francis Bacon Meets The New Advancement Of Learning
Bacon s life and work. Includes an interactive map of London during the 16th century.

53. Glbtq >> Arts >> Bacon, Francis
Widely recognized as Britain's most important twentiethcentury painter, Francis Bacon creates beautifully composed works featuring violent subject matter that at once repels
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Bacon, Francis (1909-1992) Fancis Bacon is widely recognized as Britain's most important twentieth-century painter. Through beautifully composed works featuring screaming faces and beaten bodies, Bacon marked the violent trauma characterizing Europe's past century. On this basis his painting was celebrated in Britain's post-World War II society. As well as reflecting a universal preoccupation with violence, however, Bacon's paintings draw from the artist's own fascination with gay male masochism and the manner with which such desire can be represented. Sponsor Message.

54. Francis Bacon Research Trust
The Trust is concerned with education in the life and works of the secret master, Sir Francis Bacon, the Rosicrucians and other key exponents of the Ancient (and Ageless) Wisdom associated with him or having a bearing on his work.
Did you know that Sir Francis Bacon was one of the greatest geniuses of all time, and recognised as such by his contemporaries? Did you know that Bacon taught that philosophy/science was and should be the servant of divinity, the Word of God as revealed to the prophets or inspired into the human heart? Did you know that Bacon urged us to dicover metaphysical as well as physical laws, seeing love as the greatest law of all? Did you know that Bacon was a master Kabalist and that his grand project is designed according to kabalistic wisdom? Did you know that Bacon set up a treasure trail to help train us in the Art of Discovery? Did you know that Francis Bacon's contemporaries identified him as a secret poet, the chief of them all, who wrote stage plays and renovated philosophy using comedy and tragedy? Did you know that two contemporary 16th century poets identified Francis Bacon as the author of the Shakespeare poems, Venus and Adonis and The Rape of Lucrece Did you know that a 16th century collection of manuscripts that once contained the Shakespeare plays

55. Francis Bacon Collection At
Bacon, Francis. WORKS Essays, Civil and Moral Whether turning a phrase or observing the politics of the day, the Essays epitomize Bacon as the master of
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Whether turning a phrase or observing the politics of the day, the Essays epitomize Bacon as the master of English prose. From the Harvard Classics , Vol. III, Part 1. The New Atlantis
This account of an ideal state reveals both practical methods and unique fantasy. From the

56. Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626)
An annotated list of resources and links, covering the life and works of Bacon.
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57. 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Bacon, Francis - Wikisource
B ACON, F RANCIS (Baron Verulam, Viscount St Albans) (15611626), English philosopher, statesman and essayist, was born at York House in the Strand, London, on the 22nd of Januaryædia_Britannica/Bacon,_Francis

Published by the Bacon Society of America in 1923.
AMERICAN BACONIANA Vol.1 FEBRUARY 1923 No.1 Reduced facsimile of head piece of Spencer's Faerie Queene,1611; King James Bible, 1611; Bacon's Novum Organum 1620 and the Great Shakespeare Folio of
electronically typed and edited by Juan Schoch TABLE OF CONTENTS Portrait of Francis Bacon First Meeting of Society Books by our Members Book Lists Cover 3 Advertisements Cover 4 Membership Application Insert Subscription Blank for Francis Bacon, last of the Tudors Insert Proceedings Opening Address Greetings from British Society Francis Bacon, Founder of the New World Concealed Methods of Expression in English Language Francis Bacon or Francis Tudor Francis Bacon and the Royal Society The Elizabethan Literature in a Secondary School Bacon's Dial in Shakespeare The Silent Name Gifts to Library Greetings from Holland Learned Pig Note on Michel de Montaigne Published by The BACON SOCIETY OF AMERICA 764 Woolworth Building, New York

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60. Francis Bacon - The Advancement Of Learning - 'Squashed Philosophers' Abridged E
The condensed edition of Francis Bacon s The Advancement of Learning
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"if a man will begin with certainties, he shall end in doubts; but if he will be content to begin with doubts, he shall end in certainties." Reading time: about 55 minutes
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Bacon's great claim to fame is not that he entered Trinity College, Cambridge, at the age of 12, not that he was Lord Chancellor of England under James I, nor even that he has been reputed the real writer of Shakespeare's plays, but that he was a philosopher of the first rank and the effective founder of the modern, experimental, scientific, approach to understanding.
Before Bacon, 'learning' largely meant memorizing the classics, especially Aristotle , and acceding to every dictat of established religion. In The Advancement of Learning , he argued that the only knowledge of importance was that which could be discovered by observation- 'empirical' knowledge rooted in the natural world. He championed the idea of state funding for experimental science and the creation of an encyclopedia. In

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