Francis Bacon 's Philosophy On Science

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Francis Bacon
In this context of a philosophical essay, the focus shall be on the major philosophies, Francis Bacon developed upon exposure and interests in the various field. He was a philosopher whose origin was from England and throughout his life he sought to find answers to various issues relative to his character of being a man of high ambitions like attaining high political positions just like his father (Hammer, 74). His passion for philosophy has over the decades and centuries found its ways to the hearts and blossoms of philosophy scholars and publications. He developed philosophies that circled around nature, science and religion through his brilliant and most excruciating work of art of designing an effective method of learning, that is, the inductive learning methodology and a well-structured proposal of learning curriculum as is discussed below.
Bacon’s philosophy on renaissance has been stated on a different and elaborate way of perspectives and discussions. Bacon is reported to have discussed the major discoveries and theories based on the religion and science to have not been developed on a realistic approach (Robertson, 23). Relative to renaissance, Bacon tried to mean that these theories were only based on the past and not the present and the future and that Aristotle and others should have established common principles to curb the diverse and contrasting information published in books, journals and other reading materials. He further documented that it is…
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