Francis Bacon Quote

Believing that I was born for the service of mankind, and regarding the care of the commonwealth as a kind of common property which, like the air and the water, belongs to everybody, I set myself to consider in what way mankind might be best served, and what service I was myself best fitted by nature to perform.


The Letters and the Life of Francis Bacon (ed. 1868)

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Believing that I was born for the service of mankind, and regarding the care of the commonwealth as a kind of common property which, like the air and ...

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Believing that I was born for the service of mankind, and regarding the care of the commonwealth as a kind of common property which, like the air and ...

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Believing that I was born for the service of mankind, and regarding the care of the commonwealth as a kind of common property which, like the air and ...

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Believing that I was born for the service of mankind, and regarding the care of the commonwealth as a kind of common property which, like the air and ...