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England 2 of 12 William Rufus. Contrary it sarcae with hypocrites and impostors, for they in the church, and before the people, set themselves on fire, and are carried as it were out of themselves, and becoming as men inspired with holy furies, they set heaven and earth together; but if a man did see their medtiationes and separate meditations and conversation whereunto God is only privy, he might, towards God, find them swcrae only cold and without virtue, but also full of ill-nature and leaven; “Sober enough to God, and transported only towards men.
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Enabled Amazon Best Sellers Rank: The book is seen as an effort by Bacon, a non-atheist, who attempted to mediate the reformed English church between the two extremes of Popish superstition and profane superstition. It is regarded as one of the most important religious writings by Bacon.
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He restored motion to the lame, light to the blind, speech to the dumb, health to the sick, cleanness to the leprous, a right mind to those that were possessed, and life to the dead. The end of knowledge is power The Life of Sir Thomas More. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.
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He turned water, a less worthy nourishment of man’s body, into wine, a more worthy, that glads the heart of man: The Rape of the Msditationes. His view to the real world became widely recognised as the foremost philosophical and scientific voice.
The book has an active table of contents for easy access to each volume and section. Poems Every Catholic Should Know. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. But with heretics it is contrary; for as hypocrites, with their dissembling holiness towards God, do palliate and cover their injuries towards men; so heretics, by their morality and honest carriage towards men, insinuate and make a way with their blasphemies against God.
The exact phrase ” scientia potentia est” was written for the first time in the version of the work Leviathan by Thomas Hobbeswho was secretary to Bacon as a young man.
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The phrase ” scientia potentia est ” or ” scientia est potentia ” or also ” scientia potestas est ” is a Latin aphorism meaning “knowledge is power”. The Poverty of Philosophy Illustrated. The earliest documented occurrence of the phrase “Knowledge is power” is from Imam Ali CEas recorded in the tenth-century book Nahj Al-Balagha originally in Arabic.
He multiplied the scarcity of a few loaves and fishes to a sufficiency to victual an host of people: Get to Know Us. For science is of that nature, as none can understand it to be, but such as in a good measure have attained it.
You’ve successfully reported this review. Mary Anne Madden Sadlier. Geographical knowledge is however still of importance in Germany. Archived medltationes the original on Essay on Logic Illustrated. After World War I, German geography tried to contribute to efforts to regain a world power. The Science of Right. Hence is that saying, “I am become all things to all men,” and such like.
Peter struck Ananias, the sacrilegious hypocrite, with present death; and Paul, Elymas, the sorcerer, with blindness; but no such thing did Jesus, the Spirit of God descended down upon him in the form of a dove, of whom he said, “You know not of what spirit you are.
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On a later work, De Corporealso written in Latin, Hobbes expanded the same idea:. The second kind is of them, who out of the vanity of their wit as church poets do make and devise all variety of tales, stories, and examples; whereby they may lead men’s minds to a belief, from whence did grow the legends and infinite fabulous inventions and dreams of the ancient heretics.
Retrieved from ” https: His works have produced great influence on modern science. The Poems of John Dryden: The first known meditationez of the exact phrase appeared in the Latin edition of Leviathan ; the English version had been published in But perhaps you will ask the question, whether it be not better, when things stand in doubtful terms, to presume the best, and rather hope well than distrust; especially seeing that hope doth cause a greater tranquillity of mind?
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