The Oxford Francis Bacon IV: The Advancement of Learning by Francis BaconOne of those books that I found myself re-reading whole paragraphs in order to try to more fully grasp the flow of thought. Thats a good thing! It made it a challenge to get through, but I feel my time was well spent. Bacons been referred to as a forerunner of modern philosophy and science. He certainly had a prodigious intellect and was able to take a breathtaking survey of a wide range of subjects. Very rarely do we find such men or women today in our increasing tendency to specialize in fields of knowledge. Oh for the age of the renaissance man!
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It taketh away all levity, temerity, and insolency, by copious suggestion of all doubts and difficulties, and acquainting the mind to balance reasons on both sides, and to turn back the first offers and conceits of the mind, and to accept of nothing but examined and tried. It taketh away vain admiration of anything, which is the root of all weakness. For all things are admired, either because they are new, or because they are great. For novelty, no man that wadeth in learning or contemplation thoroughly but will find that printed in his heart, Nil novi super terram. Neither can any man marvel at the play of puppets, that goeth behind the curtain, and adviseth well of the motion.
Of the proficience and aduancement of Learning, divine and humane. To the King. At London. It was the book in which Bacon, early in the reign of James the First, prepared the way for a full setting forth of his New Organon, or instrument of knowledge. The Organon of Aristotle was a set of treatises in which Aristotle had written the doctrine of propositions. Study of these treatises was a chief occupation of young men when they passed from school to college, and proceeded from Grammar to Logic, the second of the Seven Sciences. Francis Bacon as a youth of sixteen, at Trinity College, Cambridge, felt the unfruitfulness of this method of search after truth.
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