This is a from "The Masterworks of
Philosophy Digests of 11 Great Classics" Edited by S. E. Frost
Jr. Doubleday & Co. Garden City N. Y. 1946
Please forgive the horrible state of the book.
It was in deplorable shape when I bought it.
In many places in the Manifesto I
dance around and allude to Francis Bacon's four fallacy's. Bacon's
razor logic cut the fat from the bone in my opinion. He rightly
applied his intellect to solving the traps men find themselves
falling into. Tzu Ssu alluded to them when he said "All men
say 'I know', but they are driven into nets,caught in
traps, fall into pitfalls, and not one know how to avoid
this." Several centuries before, but not as
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