Francis Bacon's The New Organon

Francis Bacon
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Name Course Course Instructor Date Francis Bacon: The New Organon Introduction In the New Organon, Bacon tried to discuss how the human knowledge could be organized in order to make better conclusions. The book analysis Aristotle’s logic and manages to create an idea regarding scientific method, which advocated for experimentation and observation for appropriate interpretation of nature…

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The method involves construction of comparison tables. Moreover, experiments are considered crucial since they help the mind in interpreting nature. Bacon argues that human minds are filled with diverse foolish and improper notions that deter them from understanding nature appropriately. He calls these notions idols and argues that they result from the human nature, relations between people and works from some philosophers especially Aristotle. He specifically, focuses on syllogistic method and argues that it is based on various idols and hence cannot be used in proper investigation of nature. This essay focuses on Francis Bacon: The New Organon. The essay discusses how the book addresses the basic features of the method of interpretation of Nature. Additionally, the differences between Interpretation of nature and Anticipation of mind in relation to the four kinds of idols will be discussed. Moreover, the essay will discuss how the four idols discussed by Bacon differ from each other. The Basic Features of Francis Bacons Interpretation of Nature Bacon believes that the new method or interpretation of nature is superior to syllogism. ...
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