Francis Bacon. 22 Jan. 1561 – 9 Apr. 1626 English essayist 16 th /17 th Centuries. http://www.biography.com/people/francis-bacon-9194632. Served several different roles throughout life English embassy in Paris – secretary, copyist, intelligencer Picked up deciphering and decoding
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22 Jan. 1561 – 9 Apr. 1626
IMPACTHis writing – Common Topics
Explains that revenge really only hurts the person desiring it, not the person targeted.
Our public conduct and behavior are a reflection of our internal motives and desires.
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