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Chapter 11 - Lyric and Scientific Epistemologies: Bacon and Donne

from Part III - Literature and Cultural Transformation

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  12 January 2019

Kristen Poole
Affiliation:
University of Delaware
Lauren Shohet
Affiliation:
Villanova University, Pennsylvania
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Clucas, Stephen, “‘A Knowledge Broken’: Francis Bacon’s Aphoristic Style and the Crisis of Scholastic and Humanist Knowledge-Systems,” in English Renaissance Prose: History, Language, and Politics, ed. Rhodes, Neil (Tempe: Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 1997): 147–72.Google Scholar
Jardine, Lisa, Francis Bacon: Discovery and the Art of Discourse (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1974), esp. chapter 4, “Bacon’s Theory of Knowledge,” 76108.Google Scholar
Meinel, Christoph, “Early Seventeenth-Century Atomism: Theory, Epistemology, and the Insufficiency of Experiment,” Isis 79 (1988): 68103.Google Scholar
Tribble, Evelyn and Marchitello, Howard, eds., The Palgrave Handbook of Early Modern Literature and Science (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017).Google Scholar
Turner, Henry S., “Lessons from Literature for the Historian of Science (and Vice Versa): Reflections on ‘Form,’Isis 101 (2010): 578–89.Google Scholar

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