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The new organon

Autore: Francis Bacon; Lisa Jardine; Michael Silverthorne
Editore: Cambridge [U.K.] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Serie: Cambridge texts in the history of philosophy.
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"When The New Organon appeared in 1620, as part of a six-part programme of scientific inquiry entitled 'The Great Renewal of Learning', Francis Bacon was at the high point of his political career, and his ambitious work was groundbreaking in its attempt to give formal philosophical shape to a new and rapidly emerging experimentally based science. Bacon combines theoretical scientific epistemology with examples from  Per saperne di più…
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Genere/forma: Early works
Early works to 1800
Tipo materiale: Risorsa internet
Tipo documento: Book, Internet Resource
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Francis Bacon; Lisa Jardine; Michael Silverthorne
ISBN: 0521563992 hb 9780521563994 hb 0521564832 pb 9780521564830 pb
Numero OCLC: 41156364
Descrizione: xxxv, 252 p. ; 24 cm.
Titolo della serie: Cambridge texts in the history of philosophy.
Altri titoli: Novum organum.
Responsabilità: Francis Bacon ; edited by Lisa Jardine, Michael Silverthorne.
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"When The New Organon appeared in 1620, as part of a six-part programme of scientific inquiry entitled 'The Great Renewal of Learning', Francis Bacon was at the high point of his political career, and his ambitious work was groundbreaking in its attempt to give formal philosophical shape to a new and rapidly emerging experimentally based science. Bacon combines theoretical scientific epistemology with examples from applied science, examining phenomena as various as magnetism, gravity and the ebb and flow of the tides, and anticipating later experimental work by Robert Boyle and others. His work challenges the entire edifice of the philosophy and learning of his time, and has left its mark on all subsequent philosophical discussions of scientific method. This volume presents a new translation of the text into modern English by Michael Silverthorne, together with an introduction by Lisa Jardine that sets the work in the context of Bacon's scientific and philosophical activities."--Jacket.

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