Francis Bacon

Francis Bacon was the great scientist that pioneered the inductive approach. He lived between 1561-1626. Bacon bore a major part in the rise of modern science. Deduction flies from the senses and particulars to the most general axioms. Induction derives axioms from the senses and particulars. Ring the bell that calls the wits together.

Bacon is called the first modern. He first rose to power under the court of James I but cut down by his adversaries, charged with bribery and ruined. The vision of Francis Bacon inspired the founders of the Royal Society. He was the first clear advocate in theory of what we now understand to be the inductive method of science.
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