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The Works of Francis Bacon ...

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- Language: English
- Format: PDF - Djvu
- Pages:454
- Publisher: Nabu Press (January 10, 2010)
- Bestsellers rank: 9
- Category: Literature & Fiction
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  • By Virginia Music Lover on April 13, 2017

    I disagree with the other reviewers. The book is written in older English, but definitely not so old as to be obtuse. Concerning "The Advancement of Learning", the first book is a well - laid out defense of the attainment of knowledge which was under attack at the time. The second volume focuses more on specific types of knowledge, like logic and rhetoric. His "Letters" is just that, a collection of letters. Many of the world's most important ideas were expounded in letters first which makes this collection an excellent primary source. Excellent!

  • By AdviceGiver on March 31, 2015

    Obviously a fine mind but the work is tedious with too much obsequiousness to authority. Good but in small doses.

  • By A on September 26, 2014

    Letters to people, that is it!

  • By funngramma on January 24, 2013

    Gave up on this one. Didn't understand the vernacular of the writer. Maybe I will try again in the future.


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