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The New Organon (Novum Organum) (English Edition) von [Bacon, Francis]
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treatise on the theory of the natural sciences.


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4.0 von 5 Sternen Very good, but difficult for dummies like me. 17. Februar 2014
Von Peter Webb - Veröffentlicht auf
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I won't waste your time talking about my personal opinion on one of the greatest English language writers of all time. If your question is whether he's worth reading or not, the answer is yes. My only gripe is that every page or so, he comes out with a long string of Latin, generally a quote, and I don't know Latin. These aren't all common phrases that everyone who's anyone would know. Those of us who were public school educated will have to read with Google Translate open (Google-ing the string in quotations generally brings up excerpts from The Advancement of Learning). The Kindle book could be much improved if there were footnotes with translations, thus the 4 stars.
4.0 von 5 Sternen Setting the scientific revolution 28. Mai 2016
Von Roberto Rigolin Ferreira Lopes - Veröffentlicht auf
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We are in 1605, Bacon explains to his king the methods and the effects of learning. You need to go through his pompous salutations and several quotes in Latin to learn something here. This is mainly a report, meaning that he is not demanding much brain power from his king. He even says that this text is analogous to the sound of an orchestra tuning their instruments; the beautiful sounds will follow. He was damn right… the scientific revolution was just starting.
4.0 von 5 Sternen Imaginative and detailed account of the foundation of modern science 21. Juni 2015
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What can is say about this great work of Renissance scientific philosophy? To start with, it is a somewhat difficult read. But the kind of difficult read I like. Basically, when reading this book you must forget the past 350 years and put yourself into a state of mind that existed before modern science had accomplished anything, back when it was theoretical only. You have to be forgiving because Bacon did not have the benefit of all the knowledge that followed, yet he imagined the lengths to which human knowledge could go, and the benefits that could be achieved, by stacking little bits of knowledge on top of little bits of knowledge, until a critical mass of knowledge was accumulated and could then be used to interpret nature - to use nature's code to generate practical technology to ease the suffering of human kind and provide helps and pleasures otherwise unknown.

Sometimes when I was reading this I thought bacon a genius, sometimes a child, sometimes a prophet, sometimes a fool, sometimes a time traveller. I found his organization very disorganized. Maybe it's just me. If I have the time, I'll chart his organization and see if it makes any sense that way. After reading the New Atlantis, Great Insturation, Essays, and Sylva Sylvarum, I would say to start with the Great Insturation, then the Novom Organum and then the New Atlantis. If you are really dedicated, read the Sylva Slyvarum and Essays before the New Atlantis. Basically the New Atlantis kind of puts this all together in the most authentic piece of science fiction ever written. But I think it would make more sense if I read it last (I read it first, and it did inspire me to read all the others so maybe I am wrong here).
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Not a good edition unless you are proficient at Latin 24. März 2011
Von Jeffrey Van Wagoner - Veröffentlicht auf
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I have been working my way through many of the classics and taking advantage of the Kindle Freebies. Some editions have been very useful, this was not. My main complaint is that this book has neither footnotes nor a glossary. Normally that is not a serious problem, but in this case it is critical since Bacon quotes almost everything in Latin and they are the main points of his thoughts. I scanned google books for other editions and found that it was fairly common to include a section with translations of the Latin and a glossary of the uncommon English words or phrases used by Bacon. I do not know if any of these editions are on the Kindle, but if they are, it would be worth paying some money for these features, especially if they were hyperlinked.

Otherwise, this is supposed to be a groundbreaking book on the subject of learning. At the time Bacon wrote this, they had very different ideas about education and this book got things rolling in the direction that we are at today. Bacon starts out talking about all of the reasons that were commonly used to justify not educating the masses and gives reasons why they may or may not be true. He then goes on to propose things that should and should not be taught.

The book is addressed to the king, and I had forgotten how obsequious that people used to be towards royalty. Out modern tastes make it seem like serious brown-nosing. Much of what he talks about seems very foreign to us, since those types of ideas are long-gone from society. It really made me appreciate not living during those times. They style was also somewhat difficult for me to follow and is one of the more difficult reads I have had in recent years. Not understanding Latin did not help.

I cannot recommend this edition to anyone other than those fluent in Latin. I would search for an edition with hyperlinked translations to the Latin and a glossary of unusual terms and pay the small amount of money required.
3.0 von 5 Sternen Three Stars 19. Dezember 2016
Von Robert Valenzuela - Veröffentlicht auf
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I used it in my lessons
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