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  • Francis Bacon and the "Interpretation of Nature" in the late Renaissance. 

    Serjeantson, Richard (University of Chicago Press, 2014-12)
    The "interpretation of nature" (interpretatio naturae) is the leading idea in Francis Bacon's natural philosophy. But by contrast with his ideas about method, induction, or experiment, the significance of the "interpretation ...
  • Consciousness and the Physical World 

    Josephson, Brian; Ramachandran, VS; Dyson, FJ; Vesey, G; Gregory, RL; Longuet-Higgins, HC; Humphrey, NK et al. (Pergamon, 1980)
    Edited proceedings of an interdisciplinary symposium on consciousness held at the University of Cambridge in January 1978. The purpose of the Cambridge conference was to encourage distinguished scientists to express their ...