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  1. Francis Bacon in the 1950s by Michael Peppiatt, 2009-03-24
  2. Tate British Artists: Francis Bacon by Andrew Brighton, 2009-05-01
  3. Tate British Artists: Francis Bacon by Andrew Brighton, 2009-05-01
  4. Francis Bacon in the 1950s by Michael Peppiatt, 2009-03-24
  5. The essayes;: Or, Counsels civill & morall: The Essays of SirFrancis Bacon by Francis Bacon, 1972
  6. The Winding Stair: Francis Bacon, His Rise and Fall (Virago Modern Classics) by Daphne du Maurier, 2006-05-01
  7. Novum Organum; by Francis Bacon, Joseph Devey, 2010-08-24
  8. Francis Bacon a Political Biography by Joel J. Epstein, 1977-03
  9. Bacon by Francis Bacon, 2010-10-14
  10. Francis Bacon And the Refiguring of Early Modern Thought: Essays to Commemorate the Advancement of Learning (1605-2005) (Literary and Scientific Cultures of Early Modernity)
  11. Francis Bacon and the Transformation of Early-Modern Philosophy by Stephen Gaukroger, 2001-03-19
  12. Francis Bacon: Herald of the New Age by Peter Dawkins, 1997-01
  13. Sir Francis Bacon's Cipher Story, Part 2 by Orville W. Owen, 2003-02-01
  14. Essays (Classics of World Literature) by Francis Bacon, 1998-10

41. Peter Möller - Francis Bacon
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  • 42. - Francis Bacon
    Note biografiche, critica, immagini delle opere pi¹ famose, bibliografia e link a risorse correlate.

    43. Chronology Related To Francis Bacon's Life
    Chronology of bacon's life, mingling known facts with suppositions that he was a son of Queen Elizabeth and Robert Dudley, Earl of Essex, as well as being the true Shakespeare.

    Chronology Related to Francis Bacon's Life
    Doris Davis for preparation of Text "The world's a bubble and the life of man less than a span" Francis Bacon A.D.303 St. Albans martyred.The first Christian Martyr in England. Roger Bacon, the English monk with the astonishingly modern mind wrote "A man is crazy who writes a secret in any other way than one which will conceal it from the vulgar." He listed seven different ways of writing secretly. To him is attributed the so-called Voynich Manuscript, parts of which have still not been deciphered. Dante. One of the first intellectual rebels against the Holy Church. Wrote in cipher. Bacon adopted all of Dante's methods of secret writing: numbers, anagrams, printing errors, special type setting, hieroglyphics, allegorical pictures, emblematic head and tailpiece, watermarks, etc. ( He was a secret ethical teacher.) Capture of Constantinople by the Turks. Said to be the beginning of the Renaissance in Europe, which ends with the death of Elizabeth 1603 in England. (150 years) May The Wars of the Roses began in an open battle at St. Albans

    Biografia e principali opere del pittore irlandese.
    Per visualizzare l'immagine è necessario il Plug-in di Flash. Il pittore inglese nacque a Dublino nel 1909 e scomparve a Madrid nel 1992. Le influenze Dopo esperienze varie in pittura con influenze di M. Ernst e P. Picasso e nell'arredamento nello spirito del Bauhaus. La figura umana L'artista iniziò negli anni 1944-46 la serie di studi in cui la figura umana attraverso graduali processi di sfocature, dissolvenze, dilatazioni prospettiche, è portata a un angosciata trasfigurazione formale e psicologica. Documenti critici Inquietanti documenti critici sulla società contemporanea sono gli studi per una "Crocifissione" del 1945, per i "Ritratti di Innocenzo III di Velàzquez" del 1951 e per un "Ritratto di Vincent van Gogh" del 1656-57. Il pittore contemporaneo E' considerato tra i maggiori rappresentanti della pittura inglese contemporanea. Una delle opere maggiormente conosciuta di Bacon è il "Doppio ritratto di Lucien Freud e di Frank Aurbach" eseguito nel 1964 ed ora è esposto nel Marlborough Gallery di Londra.

    45. BACON, Francis
    Artikel im BiographischBibliographischen Kirchenlexikon.
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    Band I (1990) Spalten 330-331 Autor: Friedrich Wilhelm Bautz Werke: The advancement of learning, 1605 (umgearb. als De dignitate et augmentis scientiarum, 1623); Novum Organum sive indicia vera de interpretatione naturae, 1620 (hrsg. v. T. Fowler, 1878; dt. v. Anton Theodor Brück, 1962); Historia naturalis et experimentalis ad condendam philosophiam, 1622/23; The essays or counsels, civil and moral, 1597 (1612 ; hrsg. v. S. H. Reynolds, 1890; dt. v. Elisabeth Schücking, hrsg. v. Levin Ludwig Schücking, 1952, 1967 ); De sapientia veterum, 1609; The history of the reign of King Henry VII., 1622; Nova Atlantis, 1627 (hrsg. v. C. G. Moore Smith, 1926); Sylva sylvarum, 1627 (dt. v. Georg Gerber, 1959); Maxims of the law, 1630. Gesamtausgabe: GA v. J. Spedding, R. L. Ellis u. D. D. Heath, 14 Bde., 1857-74 (Neudr., 3 Bde., 1963); der philos. Werke v. J. M. Robertson, 1905. - Ausw.: Neu-Atlantis. Ins Dt. übertr. v. Georg Gerber. Eingel. u. mit Anm. vers. v. F. A. Kogau-Bernstein, 1959; The New Organon and elated writings, hrsg. v. F. H. Anderson, 1960; Das neue Organon (Novum Organon, dt.), übers. v. Rudolf Hoffmann, bearb. v. Gertraud Korf, hrsg. v. Manfred Buhr, 1962; Über die Würde u. den Fortgang der Wiss.en (De dignitate et augmentis scientiarum), verdeutscht u. hrsg. v. Hermann Pfingsten, 1966 (Nachdr. der Originalausg. v. 1783). -

    46. Quotes: A - C
    Six pages of quotes arranged alphabetically by topic, drawing heavily from the Bible, francis bacon, Edmund Burke, Shakespeare, Robert and Elizabeth Browning, and the Dhammapada.
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    Quotes: A - C HOME John Axel Taylor 1934-1980 People I Admire 32 Essential Virtues Quotes: A - C Quotes: C - F Quotes: G - L Quotes: L - R Quotes: R - Z ... If I Win The Lottery... A collection of quotes on virtue, vice, and other topics... Most of these quotes are serious, others are humorous. Some I agree with, some I disagree with. Abstinence: "A total abstainer is one who abstains from everything but abstention, and especially from inactivity in the affairs of others." - Ambrose Bierce Action: "Even a child is known by his actions, by whether his conduct is pure and right." - Proverbs 20:11 "All hard work brings a profit, but mere talk leads only to poverty." - Proverbs 14:23 "The reward of a thing well done, is to have done it." - Emerson, Essays New England Reformers "We know what a person thinks not when he tells us what he thinks, but by his actions." - Isaac Bashevis Singer "The world is divided into people who do things and people who get the credit. Try, if you can, to belong to the first group. There's far less competition." - Dwight Morrow

    47. Gay History And Literature
    Essays on homosexuality in eighteenthcentury England; the Nazi era; the gay tombs in Westminster Abbey; Michelangelo; Kings James I and VI; Sir francis bacon; Anthony bacon; lesbian pirates Anne Bonny and Mary Read; Johann Joachim Winckelmann; William Beckford; Rev. John Church; and Ludwig van Beethoven.
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  • 48. Bakono (Francis Bacon)
    Angla filozofo, fondito de moderna scienco kun Galileo kaj Kartezio.
    Vidu la Vikipedion por la plej aktualigita versio de la artikolo. Enciklopedio Kalblanda filozofio scienco geniuloj > Bakono
    Francisko BAKONO
    IK: Diroj Ligiloj Enciklopedio Lasta aktualigo: lundon la 28-an de januaro 2002 je 20.49 GMT Francisko BAKONO (1561-1626) (angle: Francis Bacon ) estis angla filozofo kaj estis fondinto de moderna scienco (kun Galileo kaj Kartezio ). Li etendis la ideon de scienco de Aristotelo kaj estas fama por siaj eseoj. Li ankaux verkis poemojn kaj ankaux romanon pri utopio, Nova Atlantio Bakono skribis pri siaj novaj ideoj pri scienco en sia majstra verko, Nova Organo (latine, Novum Organum ). La malnova organo estis la Organo de Aristotelo , verko pri logiko kaj la naturo de scienco. En la tago de Bakono, Aristotelo estis la plej alta auxtoritato pri filozofo kaj scienco. Tiuj, kiuj iris al universitato por studi filozofion aux sciencon (tiama nomita "natura filozofio"), estis instruitaj pri la penso de Aristotelo. Aristotelo donis al la Okcidento mondbildon kaj logikan metodon de penso pri gxi. Bakono, Galileo kaj Kartezio radike sxangxis tion. Ambaux Aristotelo kaj Bakono (kaj ankaux Kartezio ) pensis profunde pri la demando

    49. Philosopher Results
    francis bacon. francis baconBorn 1/22/1561 Died 4/9/1626. Link Pages. Site Title, Details. bacon, francis, Source Erratic Impact (PRB) Author Danne Polk.

    50. Index
    William Camden's seventeenth century account of Elizabeth's reign, Annales Rerum Gestarum Angliae et Hiberniae Regnante Elizabetha , with the annotations of Sir francis bacon. In Latin and English.
    William Camden Annales Rerum Gestarum Angliae et Hiberniae Regnante Elizabetha (1615 and 1625) with the annotations of Sir Francis Bacon A hypertext edition by Dana F. Sutton The University of California, Irvine Posted March 27, 2000
    Revised February 1, 2001 Table of Contents

    51. Last Tango In Paris
    Analysis by Todd Stabley, including a comparison with the works of painter francis bacon. With stills and video clips RealPlayer.
    Last Tango In Paris o many, Last Tango in Paris is one of the great explorations of cinema's visual possibilities. Director Bernardo Bertolucci, like his Italian compatriot Antonioni, a relationship between his role and that of a painter. In fact, Bertolucci went so far as to base Last Tango on the work of Francis Bacon, widely regarded as one of the greatest painters of the 20th century. While they were in Paris ready to begin shooting of the film, Bertolucci and Marlon Brando, the film's star, saw a show of Bacon's images. It made such an impression on them that it changed their entire conception of how the film would work. Bacon is best known for his tortured figures that evoke feelings of existential despair, and this is the dominant mood of Last Tango as well. Bertolucci connects the worlds of Bacon and Last Tango from the very outset of the film when the two images you see above by Bacon lead directly from the credit sequence into the opening shot of the film. Let's look at that transition. It's a masterful shot, and with its moving camera it helps us feel the mood of this film as a kind of dance, one of exquisite beauty but also of great despair.
    Scroll your mouse over the three images of Paul (played by Brando) to reveal the images beneath them. They are from the bathroom where Paul's wife Rose had slit her wrists, and suggest that what is behind Paul's despondent condition is Rose's suicide. The woman shown in them is cleaning the blood out of the bathtub, and has been filmed through textured glass such that her face is distorted in a way that recalls Bacon's faces.

    52. Bright Lights Film Journal | Love Is The Devil
    Review A steamy sevenyear chunk of francis bacon's life.
    Timid top George Dyer meets
    pushy bottom Francis Bacon,
    with art and death the inevitable result.
    BY GARY MORRIS In a typical moment in this artful biopic of Francis Bacon, the ultra-queer painter strolls into his favorite pub, eyes the motley crowd of queens and fag hags, and grandly toasts, "Welcome to the concentration of camp!" Love Is the Devil is filled with such sentiments, apparently trawled from Bacon's own words, which like his personality could be vicious or inspiring and sometimes both at once. Love Is the Devil is as good as it is, which is to say good indeed, is a testament to director John Maybury's skill in manipulating this tricky material and Derek Jacobi's brilliance in interpreting the role of Bacon. Director Maybury, an artist himself who worked with Derek Jarman When Bacon isn't getting solace from George's teary-eyed buttfucking or a beating by a blonde waiter who looks like a walking Nazi recruitment poster, he's ensconced in the airless space of the local gay bar. This is the arena whose nervous energy he seems to be most at home in. Churlish fag hag Muriel (Tilda Swinton looking inexplicably like her mouth was mauled by a grizzly) reassuringly calls him "daughter"; she in turn is dished by another, disfavored queen who tells her, "I'll talk to you after you have a shave." All the while Bacon pontificates, regales, and insults this jaded coterie, raising even their drawn-on eyebrows when he gives a toast worthy of James Joyce: "Champagne for my real friends; real pain for my sham friends."

    53. BACON Chancelier Francis (1561-1626)
    Texte sur francis bacon (vie et pens©e).
    BACON chancelier Francis (1561-1626) La philosophie de Bacon représente une des grandes ruptures avec la scolastique. Après Thomas More et Montaigne, qu’il admire, avant Descartes qui le lira et reprendra plusieurs de ses idées, Bacon cherche à dégager la connaissance humaine de l’autorité accordée à Aristote par les universités : " Le savoir dérivé d’Aristote, s’il est soustrait au libre examen, ne montera pas plus haut que le savoir qu’Aristote avait. " Il reproche aux hommes de l’École de s’être enfermés à la fois dans des cellules de monastères et dans l’étude d’un tout petit nombre d’auteurs, en tout état de cause, dans un savoir livresque, au lieu d’explorer et étudier la nature. Bacon a combiné une carrière politique et une vie de philosophe : membre du Parlement à partir de 1584, il publie en 1597 un premier petit volume contenant notamment des " Essais moraux et politiques ". Après la mort de la reine (1603), se croyant écarté des charges publiques, il entreprend de rédiger , mais le nouveau roi, Jacques I

    54. THE ESSAYS
    Renascence Editions, Return to Renascence Editions. The Essays (1601). francis bacon. Note on the etext this Renascence Editions
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    The Essays (1601)
    Francis Bacon
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    TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE MY VERY GOOD LO. THE DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM HIS GRACE, LO. HIGH ADMIRALL OF ENGLAND. EXCELLENT L O. ALOMON saies; A good Name is as a precious oyntment; And I assure my selfe, such wil your Graces Name bee, with Posteritie. For your Fortune, and Merit both, have been Eminent. And you have planted Things, that are like to last. I doe now publish my Essayes; which, of all my other workes, have beene most Currant: For that, as it seemes, they come home, to Mens Businesse, and Bosomes. I have enlarged them, both in Number, and Weight; So that they are indeed a New Worke. I thought it therefore agreeable, to my Affection, and Obligation to your Grace, to prefix your Name before them, both in English, and in Latine. For I doe conceive, that the Latine Volume of them, (being in the Universall Language) may last, as long as Bookes last. My Instauration

    55. Francis Bacon Painter Transition Gallery
    Features a tribute to painter francis bacon.
    PAINTER BORN. DUBLIN 28.10.09. DIED. MADRID 28.04.92. Cover Independent Magazine June 2003. photo: Francis Giacobetti. TRANSITION GALLERY REECE MEWS '' Actually, I'm the most ordinary person possible. Its just that I like throwing myself in the gutter. Every artist wants to throw himself into the gutter. Its part of his life, its a necessity. You might say that I lead a gilded gutter life, I drift from bar to bar, from gambling place to gambling place, and when I don't do those things, I go home and paint some pictures. I am completely amoral. If I hadn't painted I would have been a criminal....I have always known life was absurb. Life is nothing but a series of sensations.......Life is so meaningless we might as well try to make ourselves extraordinary...I think of life as meaningless and yet it excites me. I always think that something marvellous is about to happen. How can I trap this transient thing? ''
    ...Francis Bacon in conversations. elf into the gutter. Its part of his life, its a necessity. You might say that I lead a gilded gutter life, I drift from bar to bar, from gambling place to gambling place and when I don't do those things, I go home and paint some pictures." Francis Bacon in conversation.

    56. Francis Bacon Collection At
    Of Adversity. francis bacon. francis bacon. 1561 Bartlett. bacon, francis, 5082 to 5144 Entries from the Columbia World of Quotations.
    Select Search All All Reference Columbia Encyclopedia World History Encyclopedia Cultural Literacy World Factbook Columbia Gazetteer American Heritage Coll. Dictionary Roget's Thesauri Roget's II: Thesaurus Roget's Int'l Thesaurus Quotations Bartlett's Quotations Columbia Quotations Simpson's Quotations Respectfully Quoted English Usage Modern Usage American English Fowler's King's English Strunk's Style Mencken's Language Cambridge History The King James Bible Oxford Shakespeare Gray's Anatomy Farmer's Cookbook Post's Etiquette Bulfinch's Mythology Frazer's Golden Bough All Verse Anthologies Dickinson, E. Eliot, T.S. Frost, R. Hopkins, G.M. Keats, J. Lawrence, D.H. Masters, E.L. Sandburg, C. Sassoon, S. Whitman, W. Wordsworth, W. Yeats, W.B. All Nonfiction Harvard Classics American Essays Einstein's Relativity Grant, U.S. Roosevelt, T. Wells's History Presidential Inaugurals All Fiction Shelf of Fiction Ghost Stories Short Stories Shaw, G.B. Stein, G. Stevenson, R.L. Wells, H.G. Authors Nonfiction Harvard Classics Prosperity is the blessing of the Old Testament; adversity is the blessing of the New. Of Adversity Francis
    Francis Bacon Columbia Encyclopedia Introductory Note from the Harvard Classics.

    57. John Dee Passing The Lantern To Bacon
    This image depicts John Dee passing a lantern symbolizing the esoteric tradition of francis bacon.
    John Dee and Francis Bacon
    This image depicts John Dee, Queen Elizabeth's personal astrologer, passing a lantern symbolizing the esoteric tradition to Francis Bacon. Dee was one of Bacon's tutors in cyphers,nd a possible model for the character of Prospero in The Tempest, and for the 007 coor Ian Fleming's James Bond. This image depicts John Dee, Queen Elizabeth's personal astrologer, passing a lantern symbolizing the esoteric tradition to Francis Bacon. Dee was one of Bacon's tutors in cyphers, and a possible model for the character of Prospero in The Tempest, and the original historical that Ian Fleming based his James Bond insignia number from. Sir Francis Bacon and John Dee,the Original 007 Bond.

    58. Bacon, Francis
    Black and white and color landscapes, people, nature.

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    francis bacon started out his professional life as a lawyer, and his philosophy of law was one of absolute duty to the Sovereign, but he is most well known as
    Francis (1561) Bacon
    English philosopher and statesman. Francis Bacon started out his professional life as a lawyer, and his philosophy of law was one of absolute duty to the Sovereign, but he is most well known as an advocate and defender of the scientific revolution. His philosophical works lay out a complex methodology for scientific inquiry which is often called the Baconian method.
    He studied at Trinity College, Cambridge, 1573-75, and in 1576 was admitted to Gray's Inn. He entered parliament in 1584, became one of the leading lawyers of England, and rose through various posts in the public service until he reached the Lord Chancellorship in 1618. The same year he was raised to the peerage as Baron Verulam, and three years later was made Viscount St. Albans. In 1621 he was charged with accepting bribes, and was tried and found guilty; his offices were taken from him, he was sentenced to a fine of £40,000, to imprisonment during the king's pleasure, and was disabled from sitting in parliament and coming within twelve miles of the court. Feeling his disgrace keenly, he went into retirement and devoted the remainder of his life to study and literary work. The parliamentary sentence, however, was not imposed, for the king (James I) practically remitted his fine and in 1622 he was allowed to come to London.
    Bacon's Philosophy.

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