History of Philosophy

Francis Bacon — Blinded With Science

The pros and cons of being an obsessive innovator

Sir Francis

In the early 1600s, British scholar Francis Bacon (1561–1626), inspired by William of Ockham, brought to the forefront the empirical method of science. Bacon’s goal was to achieve a total reconstruction of sciences, arts, and all human knowledge, raised on…

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Philosophy is a way of life and the unphilosophical life in not worth living.

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Douglas Giles, PhD

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Philosophy professor reaching beyond the ivory tower and digging deeper. elmhurst.academia.edu/DouglasGiles, @DGilesPhd, InsertPhilosophyHere.com.

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