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viewing issueVolume 28, Number 2, April 1990
Table of Contents
- Francis Bacon's Natural Philosophy: A New Source, and: Francis Bacon's Philosophy of Science: An Account and a Reappraisal, and: Science, Faith, and Politics: Francis Bacon and the Utopian Roots of the Modern Age: A Commentary of Bacon's "Advancement of Learning" (review)
- pp. 289-293
- DOI: 10.1353/hph.1990.0043
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