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         Bacon Francis:     more books (100)
  1. Hostage to Fortune: The Troubled Life of Francis Bacon by Lisa Jardine, Alan Stewart, 2000-10
  2. Three Early Modern Utopias: Thomas More: Utopia / Francis Bacon: New Atlantis / Henry Neville: The Isle of Pines (Oxford World's Classics) by Thomas More, Francis Bacon, et all 2009-01-15
  3. Francis Bacon: Portraits and Heads by Martin Hammer, 2006-07-27
  4. Francis Bacon (Princeton Paperbacks) by Perez Zagorin, 1999-11-15
  5. New Atlantis and the Great Instauration (Crofts Classics) by Francis Bacon, 1989-01
  6. The Essays of Francis Bacon by Mary Augusta Scott, 2010-10-14
  7. The Winding Stair: Francis Bacon, His Rise and Fall (Virago Modern Classics) by Daphne du Maurier, 2006-05-01
  8. Francis Bacon: The Human Body by David Sylvester, 1998-03-31
  9. Francis Bacon: His Life and Violent Times by Andrew Sinclair, 1994-10-31
  10. The Advancement of Learning and New Atlantis (Classic Reprint) by Francis Bacon, 2010-03-11
  11. Francis Bacon in the 1950s by Michael Peppiatt, 2009-03-24
  12. Blimey!: From Bohemia to Britpop : The London Artworld from Francis Bacon to Damien Hirst by Matthew Collings, Matthew Collins, 1998-01
  13. Francis Bacon: New Studies by Darren Ambrose, Rebecca Daniels, et all 2010-04-30
  14. Francis Bacon and his secret society. An attempt to collect and unite the lost links of a long and strong chain by Henry Pott, 2010-08-27

61. Brief Des Lord Chandos An Francis Bacon
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62. Francis Bacon
Brief biography with a link to the etext of New Atlantis.
FRANCIS BACON (1561-1626)
Francis Bacon was the son of Nicolas Bacon, the Lord Keeper of the Seal of Elisabeth I. He entered Trinity College Cambridge at age 12. Bacon later described his tutors as "Men of sharp wits, shut up in their cells of a few authors, chiefly Aristotle, their Dictator." This is likely the beginning of Bacon's rejection of Aristotelianism and Scholasticism and the new Renaissance Humanism. His father died when he was 18, and being the youngest son this left him virtually penniless. He turned to the law and at 23 he was already in the House of Commons. His rich relatives did little to advance his career and Elisabeth apparently distrusted him. It was not until James I became King that Bacon's career advanced. He rose to become Baron Verulam, Viscount St. Albans and Lord Chancellor of England. His fall came about in the course of a struggle between King and Parliament. He was accused of having taken a bribe while a judge, tried and found guilty. He thus lost his personal honour, his fortune and his place at court. Loren Eiseley in his beautifully written book about Bacon The Man Who Saw Through Time remarks that Bacon: "...more fully than any man of his time, entertained the idea of the universe as a problem to be solved, examined, meditated upon, rather than as an eternally fixed stage, upon which man walked."

63. Francis Bacon
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Der Philosoph , Naturforscher, Historiker und Staatsmann kritisierte die mittelalterliche Logik Die aristotelische Logik Daher schrieb Bacon ein Novum organum , das 1620 erschien und das aristotelische Organon ersetzen sollte. Aristoteles gegen die Sophismen Die Idole des Stammes (idola tribus) kommen nach Bacon allen Menschen zu. Sie entstellen die Widerspiegelung der Dinge im Die (idola specus) bringen nach Bacon in die Widerspiegelung der Dinge individuelle Besonderheiten jedes Menschen hinein. Die Idole des Marktes Die Idole des Theaters (idola theatri), die Phantasievorstellungen, sind falsche Lehren, die den Menschen vom richtigen Weg abbringen. Wahrheit Ein solche Methode ist die Induktion Aristoteles als einzige Form der kannte, schlug Bacon eine

64. Francis Bacon Online
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65. Bacon, F
Photo by francis bacon Online bacon, F (1561.1.221626.4.9) Complete bacon, francis1. Dates born London, 22 Jan.1561 died near London, 9 April 1626 datecode
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1. Dates

born: London, 22 Jan.1561
died: near London, 9 April 1626
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2. Father: Gov
Sir Nicholas Bacon was Lord Keeper of the Seal under Elizabeth. Francis was the second son by his second wife; by his first wife Sir Nicholas had had six children, three of them sons. Wealthy
3. Nationality: Birth: England
Career: England
Death: England
4. Education: Cmb Trinity College, Cambridge University , 1573-1575. Bacon left Cambridge without a degree. After three years in the residence of the English ambassador in Paris, he entered Gray's Inn. M.A. confered by Cambridge University, 1594don't list. 5. Religion: Anglican. Bacon's mother was a thorough Calvinist. He adhered to the middle road of the Church of England, however, neither authoritarian nor sectarian. His religion was more formal than fervent. 6. Scientific disciplines: NPh Already at Cambridge, when he was not yet fifteen years old, Bacon fell out of love with Aristotelianism, which he saw as a philosophy that produced only disputes.

66. Francis Bacon
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(panel central) Biografía: Pintor británico de origen irlandés, cuyo personalísimo estilo expresionista, basado en un simbolismo de terror y rabia, le ha convertido en uno de los artistas más originales del siglo XX. Nació en Dublín, de padres ingleses, el 28 de octubre de 1909 y llegó a Londres a finales de la década de 1920. Entre 1927-1928 pasó algún tiempo en París y Berlín, donde hizo trabajos de decoración y comenzó a realizar dibujos y acuarelas, tras la impresión que le produjo una exposición de Pablo Picasso . En 1929 volvió a Londres y se inició como autodidacto en la pintura al óleo. En 1944 ante el escaso éxito de sus obras destruyó casi todas las pinturas que había hecho hasta entonces. El Tríptico Tres estudios de figuras junto a una crucifixión (1944) marcó el reinicio de su carrera sobre unas bases totalmente nuevas. En 1948 el Museo de Arte Moderno (MOMA) de Nueva York compró una obra suya y en 1949, año de su primera pintura inspirada en el cuadro de Velázquez , Inocencio X, comenzaron una serie de exposiciones individuales. Una buena parte de su obra está constituida por autorretratos y retratos de amigos suyos como el Retrato de George Dyer en un espejo (1968, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid). Fiel a la idea de que el arte más grande te devuelve siempre a la vulnerabilidad de la situación humana, su obra es una constante reflexión sobre la fragilidad del ser. En cuadros como Cabeza rodeada de carne de vaca (Estudio después de Velázquez) (1954, Art Institute of Chicago) y en una serie pintada en 1952 sobre perros que gruñen, Bacon intentó impactar al espectador al hacerle tomar conciencia de la crueldad y violencia. ©

67. Bacon, Francis
bacon, francis. Click Here. francis bacon (15611626). An Englishnatural philosopher, who reached his conclusions through the
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Free Cell Phones and Accessories, Cash Rebates and More! Francis Bacon (1561-1626) An English natural philosopher, who reached his conclusions through the process of induction from facts, thus breaking away from contemporary scholasticism. He stated (1620) that experiments are of fundamental importance in acquiring scientific knowledge, since experiments enable us to establish causes that determine an occurrence and enable us to bring about such occurrences when we wish.
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68. The Shakespeare-Bacon Theory
Analysis of the theory that the plays of William Shakespeare were actually written under pseudonym by Lord Chancellor francis bacon.
THE SHAKESPEARE-BACON THEORY This document was originally published in Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume XXIV . John George Robertson. Cambridge: University Press, 1911. pp. 786-7. Purchase Books about the Shakespeare-Bacon Theory I N view of the continued promulgation of the sensational theory that the plays, and presumably the poems also, so long associated with the name of Shakespeare Bacon is Shakespeare (1910), goes still farther in an attempt to prove the point by cryptographic evidence. According to him the classical "long word" cited in Love's Labour's Lost , "honorificabilitudinitatibus," is an anagram for "hi ludi F. Baconis nati tuiti orbi" (these plays F. Bacon's offspring preserved for the world); and he juggles very curiously with the numbers of the words and lines in the page of the First Folio containing this alleged anagram. He also cites the evidence of (more or less) contemporary illustrations to books, which he explains as cryptographic, in confirmation. These interpretations are in the highest degree speculative. But perhaps his argument is exposed in its full depth of incredibility when he counts up the letters in Ben Jonson's verses "To the Reader," describing the Droeshout portrait of the First Folio, and, finding them to be 287 (taking each "w" as two "v's"), concludes (by adding 287 to 1623

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francis bacon started out his professional life as a lawyer, and his philosophy oflaw was one of absolute duty to the Sovereign, but he is most well known as
Francis (1561) Bacon
English philosopher and statesman. Francis Bacon started out his professional life as a lawyer, and his philosophy of law was one of absolute duty to the Sovereign, but he is most well known as an advocate and defender of the scientific revolution. His philosophical works lay out a complex methodology for scientific inquiry which is often called the Baconian method.
He studied at Trinity College, Cambridge, 1573-75, and in 1576 was admitted to Gray's Inn. He entered parliament in 1584, became one of the leading lawyers of England, and rose through various posts in the public service until he reached the Lord Chancellorship in 1618. The same year he was raised to the peerage as Baron Verulam, and three years later was made Viscount St. Albans. In 1621 he was charged with accepting bribes, and was tried and found guilty; his offices were taken from him, he was sentenced to a fine of £40,000, to imprisonment during the king's pleasure, and was disabled from sitting in parliament and coming within twelve miles of the court. Feeling his disgrace keenly, he went into retirement and devoted the remainder of his life to study and literary work. The parliamentary sentence, however, was not imposed, for the king (James I) practically remitted his fine and in 1622 he was allowed to come to London.
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72. Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626)
An annotated list of resources and links, covering the life and works of bacon.
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73. Francis Bacon Prints
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74. Francis Bacon Image Gallery_Core
Contains a large collection of paintings, divided into figures, triptychs, portraits, self portraits, newfound work. Detailed biographical information and criticism is also included
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75. Francis Bacon At Erratic Impact's Philosophy Research Base
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Short Biography. Excerpt: Francis Bacon was the son of Nicolas Bacon, the Lord Keeper of the Seal of Elisabeth I. He entered Trinity College Cambridge at age 12. Bacon later described his tutors as "Men of sharp wits, shut up in their cells of a few authors, chiefly Aristotle, their Dictator." This is likely the beginning of Bacon's rejection of Aristotelianism and Scholasticism and the new Renaissance Humanism... Francis Baconthe "secretary of Nature" Introduction Bacon's Philosophy Bacon the Man ...
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76. Peggy Guggenheim Collection - Artists - Francis Bacon (1909—1992)
francis bacon (1909—1992). francis bacon was born in Dublin on October28, 1909. At the age of sixteen he moved to London and subsequently
HOME News! Information Exhibitions ... Africa, Oceania, etc Francis Bacon (1909—1992) Francis Bacon was born in Dublin on October 28, 1909. At the age of sixteen he moved to London and subsequently lived for about two years in Berlin and Paris. Although Bacon never attended art school, he began to draw and work in watercolor about 1926—27. Pablo Picasso’s work decisively influenced his painting until the mid-194os. Upon Bacon’s return lo London in 1929 he established himself as a furniture designer and interior designer. He began to use oils in the fall of that year and exhibited furniture and rugs as well as a few paintings in his studio. His work was included in a group exhibition in London at the Mayor Gallery in 1933. In 1934 the artist organized his own first solo show at Sunderland House, London, which be called Transition Gallery for the occasion. he participated in a group show at Thos. Agnew and Sons in London in 1937. Bacon painted relatively little after his solo show and in the 1930's and early 1940's destroyed many of his works. He began to paint intensively again in 1944. His first major solo show took place at the Hanover Gallery in London in 1949. From the mid­194's to the 1950's Bacon’s work reflected the influence of Surrealism. In the 1950's Bacon drew on such sources as Velàzquez’s Portrait of Pope Innocent X, Vincent van Gogh’s

77. Francis Bacon
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TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE MY VERY GOOD LO. THE DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM HIS GRACE, LO. HIGH ADMIRALL OF ENGLAND. EXCELLENT L O. ALOMON saies; A good Name is as a precious oyntment; And I assure my selfe, such wil your Graces Name bee, with Posteritie. For your Fortune, and Merit both, have been Eminent. And you have planted Things, that are like to last. I doe now publish my Essayes; which, of all my other workes, have beene most Currant: For that, as it seemes, they come home, to Mens Businesse, and Bosomes. I have enlarged them, both in Number, and Weight; So that they are indeed a New Worke. I thought it therefore agreeable, to my Affection, and Obligation to your Grace, to prefix your Name before them, both in English, and in Latine. For I doe conceive, that the Latine Volume of them, (being in the Universall Language) may last, as long as Bookes last. My Instauration

79. Authorship Analysis (Contents)
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Francis Bacon as Shake-speare Cogency What's New? Reason, Fallacy, and Proof Essays: Of Truth Novum Organum: Preface Novum Organum: Book I, Aphorisms 1-68 Authorship Ascription "Art thou obdurate, flintie...?" Certaine Satyres: The Authour in prayse of his precedent Poem. Bacon Family Motto: "Mediocria Firma" "honors wracke" Certaine Satyres: REACTIO. Virgidemiarvm: Lib. II, Sat. I. Additional Virgidemiarvm "Labeo" passages Intent Advancement of Humanity Of the Interpretation of Nature: Proem Letter: "to bring about the better ordering of man's life" Letter: "my writings should not court the present time" A Choice of Emblemes: Scripta manent Essays: Of Great Place The Life of The Right Honourable Francis Bacon Francis Bacon: Viscount St. Alban Pandemic Comments on Variation of Design Letter: "I have taken all knowledge to be my province" Meditationes Sacrae: Of the Innocency of the Dove Poesy Education Wisdom of the Ancients: Preface Wisdom of the Ancients: Orpheus; or Philosophy Advancement of Learning: History, Poesy, Philosophy (2:1)

80. University Of Illinois Sir Francis Bacon
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