Bacon, experimental philosophy and French Enlightenment natural history

In Raphaelle Garrod & Paul Smith (eds.), Natural History in Early Modern France: The Poetics of an Epistemic Genre. Leiden, Netherlands: pp. 205–240 (2018)
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This chapter examines Francis Bacon's influence on Buffon's and Diderot's conceptions of natural history.

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