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Bacon already contains a critique of similarity, empiricalcriticism, concerning not the relations of order and equality betweenthings, and types of mind and forms of illusions that affect the mind. Itgoes o some of the theory of quiproquo. Bacon does not dissipate similarityby the evidence and its rules. It shows howthe similarity of tempting look disappear when approached, but againarise then, a little further. It's-idols. Idols of the cave andtheatre make us believe that things like thosewhat we have learned, with theories that we made up. Otherthe idols make us believe that there are similarities betweenthings. "The human mind is naturally inclined to believe inthings more order and similarity than is in them; andas nature is full of exceptions and differences, the mind is everywheresees the harmony, harmony and the like. Hence the fiction that allthe heavenly bodies describe its motion in perfect circles";these are idols of a sort, spontaneous fictions of the mind, join them- as effects and sometimes causes confusion in the -- language: one and the same name applies equally to thingsof a different nature. It idols of the market<$F F. Bacon. Novum organum,Paris, 1847, liv. I, p. 111, 119, * 45, * 55.>. Onlythe caution of the mind can dissipate them, if the mind refuseshaste and from their natural levity, to become"insightful" and to perceive at last a genuine differencenature.
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