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Title: Bacon's Philosophical Theory of Human-nature Relations
Authors: Rubanova, Elena Vitalievna
Rubanov, Vitaliy Georgievich
Zeremskaya, Yuliya Aleksandrovna
Keywords: human; nature; connection; harmony; philosophy; mythology; God; activities; subject; object; человек; природа; гармония; деятельность; философия
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Rubanova, Elena Vitalievna. Bacon's Philosophical Theory of Human-nature Relations [Electronic resource] / E. V. Rubanova, V. G. Rubanov, Yu. A. Zeremskaya // Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences . — 2015 . — Vol. 166 : Proceedings of The International Conference on Research Paradigms Transformation in Social Sciences 2014 (RPTSS-2014), 16–18 October 2014, Tomsk, Russia . — [P. 655-659] .
Abstract: The study is designed to investigate the problem of today environmental situation. The authors believe that the problem can be solved with understanding of key problems formed in the past. The aim of the study is to perform F. Bacon's item analysis taking into account Human-Nature relations. Methods of investigation are the logical-historical and system analysis are carried out. The viewpoint an empiric materialist F. Bacon is shown. He considers that a man is a nature conqueror. But he also thinks that a man is a nature servant and expounder. Characteristics of three philosophic cognition components: God, nature and a man is given. According to this approach, philosophy has branches - a theory of God, a theory of nature and a theory of man. Thus, F. Bacon distinguishes “first philosophy”, natural philosophy and naturphilosophy. Philosopher's viewpoint about the role of scientific community in social government and nature investigation is examined. F. Bacon's efforts to harmonize relations in the system “Human - Nature” are explained and analyzed. The idea incompleteness that stages of nature investigation depend on social and cultural factors is emphasized.
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