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Robertson, J. M. (editor)


The Philosophical Works of Francis Bacon




Routledge & Sons










1857 Ellis and Speeding edition






This is the complete Philosophical Works of Francis Bacon, in 939 pages, including the index.

It is the 1857, seven volume, Ellis and Speeding edition edited, and with an "Introduction," by the great freethinker John M. Robertson.

D. M. Bennett, in his 1876 "World's Sages, Thinkers, and Reformers" refers to him as "one of the greatest Luminaries in English literature and philosophy."

Macaulay calls him "the great apostle of experimental philosophy" and, about his philosophical works, he writes they "moved the intellects which moved the world."

Will Durant in his 1929 edition of "The Mansions of Philosophy" writes that "Modernity began with the reenthronement of sensation  -- in science with Galileo, in philosophy with Bacon."

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