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" And by these means I suppose that I have established for ever a true and lawful marriage between the empirical and the rational faculty, the unkind and ill-starred divorce and separation of which has thrown into confusion all the affairs of the human... "
The Works of Francis Bacon: Translations of the philosophical works - Page 35
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The Works, Volume 4

Francis Bacon - 1858
...as if invention were nothing more than an exercise of thought, to invoke their own spirits to give them oracles. I, on the contrary, dwelling purely...into confusion all the affairs of the human family. c 2 Wherefore, seeing that these things do not depend myself, at the outset of the work I most humbly...
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The philosophical works of Francis Bacon, with prefaces and notes ..., Volume 4

Francis Bacon, Robert Leslie Ellis, William Rawley - 1861
...as if invention were nothing more than an exercise of thought, to invoke their own spirits to give them oracles. I, on the contrary, dwelling purely...into confusion all the affairs of the human family. ca Wherefore, seeing that these things do not depend upon myself, at the outset of the work I most...
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Translations of the philosophical works

Robert Leslie Ellis, Douglas Denon Heath - 1863
...contribute to the common stock. And for myself, if in anything I have been either too credulous or 190 little awake and attentive, or if I have fallen off...and fervently pray to God the Father, God the Son,, and God the Holy Ghost, that remembering the sorrows of mankind and the pilgrimage of this our life...
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Works, Volume 8

James Spedding, Robert Leslie Ellis, Douglas Denon Heath - Philosophy, English - 1864
...invention were nothing more than an exercise of thought, to invoke their own spirits to give VOL. VIII. 3 them oracles. I, on the contrary, dwelling purely...and fervently pray to God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Ghost, that remembering the sorrows of mankind and the pilgrimage of this our life...
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The Physiology and Pathology of the Mind

Henry Maudsley - Insanity (Law) - 1867 - 442 pages
...effecting, as completely as possible, a reconciliation between the subjective and objective, he hoped to have " established for ever a true and lawful marriage...into confusion all the affairs, of the human family." The mind that is in harmony with the laws of nature, in an intimate sympathy with the course -of events,...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine

1870
...treated by Bacon under the head of Idola Furi; and he elsewhere dec-larrs the end of his labours to be " a true and lawful marriage between the empirical and...into confusion all the affairs of the human family." The term^rm, whk-h plays BO important a part in this philosophy, and is used in the third extract given...
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The Physiology and Pathology of the Mind

Henry Maudsley - Insanity (Law) - 1874 - 442 pages
...effecting, as completely as possible, a reconciliation between the subjective and objective, he hoped to have " established for ever a true and lawful marriage...into confusion all the affairs of the human family." The mind that is in harmony with the laws of nature, in an intimate sympathy with the course of events,...
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Bacon's essays, with intr., notes and index by E.A. Abbott, Volume 1

Francis Bacon (visct. St. Albans.) - 1876
...Nature of things which is more precious than anything on earth,1 and claims to have established for ever lawful marriage between the empirical and the rational...into confusion all the affairs of the human family. We have here, not the prosaic realisable schemes of a low utilitarianism aiming at nothing more, as...
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The Physiology of Mind: Being the First Part of a Third Edition, Revised ...

Henry Maudsley - Mind and body - 1877 - 547 pages
...effecting, as completely as possible, a reconciliation between the subjective and objective, he hoped to have " established for ever a true and lawful marriage...into confusion all the affairs of the human family." The mind that is in harmony with the laws of nature, in an intimate sympathy with the course of events,...
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Works, Volume 4

Francis Bacon - 1883
...other men's minds. I have not sought (I say) nor do I seek either to force or ensnare men's judgment^ but I lead them to things themselves and the concordances...into confusion all the affairs of the human family. I Wherefore, seeing that these things do not depend upon myself, at the outset of the work I most humbly...
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