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THE SIGNIFICANCE OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY AND THE EPISTEMOLOGICAL HERITAGE OF FRANCIS BACON IN THE FORMATION OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE NEW TIME
In this article, Bacon put forward the idea of studying nature as such. Scholasticism and ancient philosophy, especially Plato and Aristotle, derived the object of knowledge from ideas, forms, that is, from subjective perceptions. Bacon rejects them and puts nature at the center of research. The topic reveals conflicts in these theoretical and philosophical views.doi:10.5281/zenodo.7123327 fatcat:qd5imjetivezxaljmf3347qz5i