New Atlantis

These instances contribute so that the researcher does not understand the form in contemplativa way, but that it increases the intellectual and practical knowledge of the domain of the nature, thus it tells Bacon, on the purposes of the instances: the uses of these instances, in what if they overlap to the vulgar instances, become related in general or with the informative part or the operative part, or both (NOVUM ORGANUM, Book II, Aphorism LII). ‘ ‘ For the sin the man lost innocence and the domain of the creatures. Both the losses still can be repaired, same that it has left, in this life; the first one with the religion and the faith, second with the arts and cincias’ ‘. (NOVUM ORGANUM, Book II, Aphorism LII). Bacon, therefore displays that still it has time it man to abandon the delay of the knowledge estagnado for aristotelian science and can progress through the new method the knowledge on the nature, that must be conquered through the work and of the new knowledge making possible to these to dream in conquering a quality of life, proceeding from the technique.

Francis Bacon constructs historical a utopian one to explain the way that the technique and the new knowledge could improve the quality of life of the humanity. The New Atlantis was not finished and described a society technique and passed in such a way for the progress of the intellectual knowledge as of the benefits practical for the life human being, Bacon displays in this fbula, that knowing it must be a gradual science, made for results gotten for researchers that they work in cooperative way. It is convinced of that the truth is son of the time and not of the authority. Knowing that it is born of the contribution between researchers is one to know that it demands new institutions that they stimulate new to know, this description of an ideal society can below be summarized by the citation: The baconiano project consists of denying that truth or knowledge in itself exists.