She gives no nods to the Humanists, like Montaigne, francis bacon, Erasmus, or Descartes.
And the evangelicals have been especially irked by the recent sale of a francis bacon triptych for an astounding $142 million.
These include Takashi Murakami, Jasper Johns, francis bacon, Roy Lichtenstein, Jeff Koons, and two identical Basquiats.
The Met is celebrating francis bacon's centenary with a grand retrospective.
Mark Twain, Thomas Hardy, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, francis bacon, and John Milton all kept them, to name a few.
In this house the great francis bacon was born, on the 22d of January, 1561.
Julius Csar wrote a collection of them, and we have a collection by francis bacon.
It is of more importance for the present purpose to know what type of man was the father of francis bacon.
It is at this stage that the mystery of francis bacon begins to develop.
At this time francis bacon thought in Latin, for his mother tongue was wholly insufficient.
early 14c., "meat from the back and sides of a pig" (originally either fresh or cured, but especially cured), from Old French bacon, from Proto-Germanic *bakkon "back meat" (cf. Old High German bahho, Old Dutch baken "bacon"). Slang phrase bring home the bacon first recorded 1908; bacon formerly being the staple meat of the working class.
English scientist and philosopher who is noted for the wide range of his knowledge and writing on scientific topics. Bacon pioneered the idea that mathematics is fundamental to science and that experimentation is essential to test scientific theories.
Our Living Language : Roger Bacon was something of a Renaissance man before there was a Renaissance. Over the course of his long life, his energetic research would lead him to study everything from languages to mathematics to optics. He is most remembered for his insistence on the importance of pursuing fruitful lines of scientific research through experimentation. His writings describe countless experiments; while the majority were probably never performed by him, the profusion alone of experimental ideas is nothing short of astounding. His own laboratory work dealt primarily with alchemy, optics, and mechanics. He was among the first to apply geometric and mathematical principles to problems in optics and the behavior of light, allowing him to make important observations on reflection and refraction. His interest in mechanics led him to describe flying machines and other devices that had not yet been invented. He was the first person in the West to come up with a recipe for gunpowder, and he suggested reforms to the calendar, which would ultimately be implemented hundreds of years later. His novel ways of pursuing knowledge were sometimes viewed with suspicion, resulting at one time in imprisonment; but he bravely resisted all strictures on his intellectual life, even when that meant having to write and work in secret.