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| DR. Fischer's work on LoRD BAcon AND THE BACONIAN PHILOSOPHY.
Just published, in One Volume, post 8vo. price 9s. 6d. cloth,
FRANCIS BACON OF WERULAM:
Translated from the German, with the Author's sanction,
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
SAt URDAY REview.
“After a careful perusal of Dr. tage by many persons in England who Fischer's work, we believe that it will are already acquainted with the chief hot only serve as a useful introduction to works of the philosopher. The analysis the study of Bacon in Germany, but that which he gives of Bacon's philosophy is
**ill be read with interest and advan. accurate and complete."
“It is as a system of realism that Dr. Fischer more especially contemplates *Baconian philosophy. His comments on the subject are lucid and masterly; not only as regards Bacon's own mind and times, but as regards his relation to English Philosophy in general......This valuable essay has been translated by Mr. Oxenford in **ar and forcible and (a quality not often found in translations from the German) in easy style.”
“We give a ready welcome to this excellent translation of a valuable work. The translator has not in this case to procure a reputation for the original. Dr. Fischer's treatise obtained an honourable reputation in England very soon after it was published. It is not only a careful and conscientious work; it has, to the English reader at least, a strong savour of originality. We are accustomed to view Bacon through the medium of his own Philosophy: we look upon him as the great father of modern thought, and accept his system before we examine it. He is to most Englishmen the one philosopher, in as eminent a sense as Aristotle was so to the schoolmen. It strikes us as new, in con
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