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|Title:||Tropes for the Disciplined Relationship between the Scientist and Nature:Travel and Gender in Francis Bacon’s Epistemology of Science|
|Abstract:||Francis Bacon is known as the ‘father of modern science’ for his writings on the scientific method. Travel and gender tropes are widespread but misunderstood throughout his works. I argue that these tropes reveal Bacon’s epistemology of science—one that is quasi-moral, characterized by discipline, and communicated in relational terms.|
|Type of Material:||Princeton University Senior Theses|
|Appears in Collections:||Philosophy, 1924-2016|
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