Francis Bacon: Essays and Major Works

Philosophy and works

Francis Bacon's philosophy is displayed in the vast and varied writings he left, which might be divided in three great branches:

  • Scientific works – in which his ideas for an universal reform of knowledge into scientific methodology and the improvement of mankind's state using the Scientific method are presented.
  • Religious and literary works – in which he presents his moral philosophy and theological meditations.
  • Juridical works – in which his reforms in English Law are proposed.

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