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  • Title: Book: RoP: The World Conceptions of the Modern Age of Thought Evolution (Pt1 Ch5)
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    • reality in itself. What Francis Bacon of Verulam (1561 – 1626)
    • of philosophy. Bacon of Verulam demands that the investigation of
    • themselves. Bacon wanted to combat this (deductive) method with his
    • with the things. One sees, so Bacon reasons, how an object is consumed
    • had not proceeded in this way had, according to Bacon's opinion,
    • Bacon of Verulam.
    • Bacon is like a man who is well-aware of the irregularity,
    • about Bacon. In a later part of the book dealing with Galileo, he
    • characteristic of Bacon. Bacon wants to find a secure path for science
    • relationship to the world. The approach of Aristotle, so Bacon feels,
    • Bacon does not understand that he is aiming at the same objective that
    • something more is necessary than what Bacon demands.
    • The method of Bacon proves completely useless, however, when the soul
    • creation. Bacon has no feeling for all this. He, therefore, points to
    • Contrary to Bacon of Verulam, who pointed toward the bricks of the
    • observation is to be the only witness of it. Bacon is one, Galileo

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