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Two prominent examples include Samuel Butler’s Hudibras and Thomas Shadwell’s Virtuoso, whose parodies of the new science in general and the Royal Society in particular won wide acclaim. Although Charles II rewarded Hudibras with a generous pension, he denied the Royal Society’s poet laureate, Abraham Cowley, his much-hoped-for royal patronage. 18. See Harvey Wheeler, “Francis Bacon’s New Atlantis: The ‘Mould’ of a Lawfinding Commonwealth,” in Francis Bacon’s Legacy of Texts, ed. William A. Sessions (New York: AMS Press, 1990), 201–310; and Michael Hunter, Establishing the New Science: The Experience of the Early Royal Society (Woodbridge, England: Boydell Press, 1989).

Like a number of other contemporary historians, Hunter believes that Thomas Sprat’s “triumphalist” History of the Royal Society was commissioned in an attempt to bolster its dangerously low social esteem; many of its own members failed to take its proceedings seriously for some of the reasons outlined above. 19. See Benjamin Farrington, The Philosophy of Francis Bacon (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1964), 13–15. 20. On Bacon’s debts to Renaissance magic, see esp. Rossi, Francis Bacon. On his debt to Aristotelian essentialism (a more systematic, empiricist form of Platonic realism), see Lisa Jar- Ahistoricism of the New Historicism 31 The new historicists’ failure to account for these among many other widely recognized discrepancies both in their own and in the Frankfort-Foucauldian account of the “privileged” relationship between state and scientific power is by now so massive that their ahistoricity is increasingly obvious even to those who at first ignored Liu’s “prophetic” warning that their “‘Renaissance’ .

While he dreamed of eventually reuniting the applied with the theoretical sciences, he never completely departed from the older contemplative ide27. Hence the profound instability of Bacon’s Essays, many of which are concerned with the tenuous aspects of social power. Stanley Fish’s famous essay “The Georgics of the Mind” explores their dynamics in Self-Consuming Artifacts: The Experience of Seventeenth-Century Literature (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1972), 78–155.

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