"How Francis Bacon's _New Organon_ (1620) Co-opts Biblical Theology for his _New Atlantis_ (1626)." | Philosophy & Religion

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October 2, 2017

"How Francis Bacon's _New Organon_ (1620) Co-opts Biblical Theology for his _New Atlantis_ (1626)."

Martin D. Yaffe will be presenting a paper at the Northeast Political Science Association in Philadelphia, November 10, on Civil Religion in Machiavelli, Bacon, Hobbes and Spinoza.