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" The Idols of the Cave take their rise in the peculiar constitution, mental or bodily, of each individual; and also in education, habit, and accident. Of this kind there is a great number and variety; but I will instance those the pointing out of which... "
The Works of Francis Bacon: Translations of the philosophical works - Page 85
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The Works, Volume 4

Francis Bacon - 1858
...infusion of the affections, or from the incompetency of the senses, or from the mode of impression. Lin. The Idols of the Cave take their rise in the peculiar...contains the most important caution, and which have most efiect in disturbing the clearness of the understanding. LIV. Men become attached to certain particular...
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Thoughts, philosophical and medical, selected from the works of Francis ...

John Dowson (M.D.) - 1870
...seasonably restrains his judgment shall end in certainties. Be Augm. W. iv, 428, tr. The Idols of the Gave take their rise in the peculiar constitution, mental...individual; and also in education, habit and accident .... Every one (besides the errors common to human nature in general) has a cave or den of his own,...
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Bacon

Thomas Fowler - 1881 - 202 pages
...intellect to be warped by the will and affections, and the like. " The Idols of the Den have their origin in the peculiar constitution, mental or bodily, of...individual ; and also in education, habit, and accident." Examples are to be found in the affection of some men for particular sciences or kinds of speculation,...
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Dictionary of national biography, Volume 2

Sir Leslie Stephen, Sir Sidney Lee - Great Britain - 1885
...nature itself, and in the very tribe or race of men.' . . . ' The idols of the den have their origin in the peculiar constitution, mental or bodily, of...individual ; and also in education, habit, and accident.' The idols of the market-place (' idola fori'), which have insinuated themselves into the mind through...
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Modern Classical Philosophers: Selections Illustrating Modern Philosophy ...

Benjamin Rand - Philosophy, Modern - 1908 - 740 pages
...mind, unless you will call those laws of action forms. ra Such then are the idols which I call Idols of the Tribe; and which take their rise either from...in disturbing the clearness of the understanding. L1v Men become attached to certain particular sciences and speculations, either because they fancy...
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The Fictive and the Imaginary: Charting Literary Anthropology

Wolfgang Iser - Literary Criticism - 1993 - 347 pages
...of the human mind" (p. 58). While the Idols of the Tribe feature the substance in Scholastic terms, the Idols of the Cave "take their rise in the peculiar...constitution, mental or bodily, of each individual" (p. 59). In the individual casehighlighting a singular manifestation of the substance— a socially...
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The War Lover: A Study of Plato's Republic

Leon Harold Craig - Literary Criticism - 1996 - 439 pages
...mind" (New Organon Book I aphs. 39-68), but especially about those he calls 'Idols of the Cave' (which "take their rise in the peculiar constitution, mental or bodily, of each individual"). The second of the four aphorisms devoted to discussing this class (no. 55) reads as follows: "There...
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Do Lemmings Commit Suicide?: Beautiful Hypotheses and Ugly Facts

Dennis Chitty - Biography & Autobiography - 1996 - 288 pages
...everyone. . . . has a cave or den of his own, which refracts and discolors the light of nature. . . . The Idols of the Cave take their rise in the peculiar...Of this kind there is a great number and variety. Bacon11 After the war, David Lack (Figure 7.1) became Director of the Edward Grey Institute of Field...
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Do Lemmings Commit Suicide?: Beautiful Hypotheses and Ugly Facts

Dennis Chitty - Science - 1996 - 289 pages
...... has a cave or den of his own, which refracts and discolors the light of nature. . . . The ldols of the Cave take their rise in the peculiar constitution,...Of this kind there is a great number and variety. Bacon" After the war, David Lack (Figure 7.1) became Director of the Edward Grey Institute of Field...
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Selected Philosophical Works

Francis Bacon, Rose-Mary Sargent - Philosophy - 1999 - 320 pages
...infusion of the affections, or from the incompetency of the senses, or from the mode of impression. 53 The Idols of the Cave take their rise in the peculiar...in disturbing the clearness of the understanding. 54 Men become attached to certain particular sciences and speculations, either because they fancy themselves...
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