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It is dominated by scientists and guided by science.
Science conquers chance and determines change thus creating a regime permanently pleasant. Bensalem seems to combine the blessedness of Jerusalem and the pleasures and conveniences of Babylon.
Scarcity is eliminated thereby eliminating the need for money. This shows a devotion to truth rather than victory and it emphasizes the Christian piety to which the scientist is disposed by virtue of his science. In this way he will establish laws among happenings upon which he can base all subsequent action.
Bacon realized that sometimes religious ideas and the discoveries of nature and careful observations were contradictory but he argued that society must believe both. Upon spotting land and discerning natives the sailors praise God. When a boarding party comes to their ship to deliver messages, none of the natives speak.
Rather, the messages are delivered written on scrolls of parchment. When the sailors confirm that they are, they are taken to the island of Bensalem. This is not true. The sailors have already sought food, shelter and care of the sick. In other words, they had sought self preservation.
This is the turning point from religion to science and science becoming the new civil religion. From this comes the ability of human rule over Nature. The former obviously an indication to science as the latter is to religion.
There are two images used by Bacon to refer to knowledge, torture and light.
Nature must be conquered but is not adverse to the conquest. The forces of Nature are against us, but in a rather passive manner. Light, on the other hand, is the meaning for natural philosophy. Light is identified with truth. Supposing that light is symbolic of natural philosophy, then it dismisses the case of light being divine philosophy.
The light in Bacon is primarily the light of Nature. Light, here is noble where gold and silver are base. Bcaon took the modern spirit and weaved them together so as to suggest a method by which man could master the universe.
He did this to the end that he might exhibit therein a model or description of a college instituted for the interpreting of nature and the producing of great works for the benefit of man.
In one gallery the native place all manner of patterns and samples of rare and excellent inventions. In the other gallery are placed statues of inventors.
Science is placed so high that instead of having statues of God and his works, they erect statues of inventors of the western world thereby showing their commonness and baseness to human preservation. The statues are erected to the memory of what the natives consider most important for in Bacon, the scientists are a consecrated priesthood.
However, it is a role of cover-up. It covers up the true idea that Bacon is trying to get across — science as the new civil religion. Although he relegated religion into a realm of its own outside of and different from philosophy, he held that there were religious laws that man must obey whether or not they appeared reasonable.
By freeing theology and philosophy, Bacon was able to shape philosophy so that it might undertake an unbiased study of the universe.
This left man subject to the will of God and thereby shorn of his freedom. It is obvious that this creation could not long satisfy the thinking mind as it was far too contradictory. The laymen have a genuine thirst for knowledge yet they cannot know what is uncovered either by religion or by science.The style that is predominant in this literature is undoubtedly indecisive writing that encompasses the positive and negative aspects of delay.
His parallel structure indicates a balance between the arguments for delay, which ultimately leads him to neither condemning or praising delay. Dec 19, · Aphoristic style of Bacon: An aphoristic style means a compact, condensed and epigrammatic style of writing.
Bacon’s writing has been admired for various reasons. Some have admired them for dazzling rhetoric, others his grace. In Bacon we find a style which is distinct and at the same time characteristic of his age. Francis Bacon's Prose Style Sir Francis Bacon’s fame in England and even abroad rests very largely on his Essays.
According to W.J. Long, Bacon’s famous essays are the one work, which interests all students of English literature. Bacon's Essays with Annotations, Notes and Glossorial Index (Large Paper Edition) [Francis. edited by Richard Whately and Franklin Fiske Heard Bacon] on .
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