THOUGHTS ON THE BUSINESS OF LIFE
- CONTRIBUTION TO THE LIFE HISTORY OF THE NORTHWESTERN LUMBERJACK. Marshall, Robert // Social Forces;Dec29, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p271
Sociologist Francis Bacon once said: "For it is the nature of man, to the extreme prejudice of knowledge, to delight in the spacious liberty of generalities, and not in the inclosures of particularity." If the social sciences are ever to justify such a dignified appellation they will have to...
- A Comparative Study of Truth, Revenge and Love in Thiruvalluvar's Thirukkural and Francis Bacon's Essays. Murali, M.; Natanam, G. // Language in India;Oct2008, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p9
The article presents a comparative study of truth, revenge and love in the couplet "Thirukkural," by Thiruvalluvar and essays of Francis Bacon. The English essayist compares truth to daylight and falsehood to candle light. The chapter on vaaymai or truthfulness is said to concern defining proper...
- Thoughts on the Business of Life. // Forbes Asia;1/9/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p84
The article presents quotes related to business. Malcolm S. Forbes defines the term security. D. H. Lawrence advocates the need to destroy the spirit of money. Victor Hugo describes the supreme happiness of life. Sir Francis Bacon comments on wealth.
- Street talk. Page, Heather // Entrepreneur;Mar1996, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p34
Presents a quotation from philosopher Francis Bacon about travel.
- Solitude and procreation in Francis Bacon's scientific writings--the Spanish connection. Garcia, Jose Marie Rodriguez // Comparative Literature Studies;1998, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p278
Focuses on solitute and procreation, with reference to the conceptualizations of author Francis Bacon, about the work of persons who are considered as geniuses. Reference to Bacon's book `The Refutation of Philosophies'; Examination of Bacon's views of Orpheus; What was Bacon's theory of the...
- Bacon's crisps:. // Advocate;10/10/73, Issue 122, p40
Provides a quotation by Francis Bacon on philosophy.
- Dispatches. // Health Systems Review;Sep/Oct95, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p9
Presents a quotation from Francis Bacon extolling the virtues of self-awareness. View that a man knows what is best for his health.
- `Pruning by study': Self-cultivation in Bacon's Essays. Miller, John J. // Papers on Language & Literature;Fall95, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p339
Explores the nature of the self and its `selfishness,' on which Francis Bacon's `Essays' are predicated. Difference of the `Essays' from his other work `The Advancement of Learning'; Representation of the self in the public and private life and on education; Representations in the two essays...
- Bacon rose high under 'Queen James' Norton, Rictor // Advocate;8/29/73, Issue 119, p39
Focuses on Sir Francis Bacon, the acknowledged father of modern science. Absence of reference to Bacon as gay in his biographies; Perception of evidence of Bacon's homosexuality as inconclusive; Childhood background of Bacon.