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The first reason (which is addressed later) is that Bacon deliberately made his books difficult to understand by his acroamatic writing: Bacon, like all true political philosophers, wrote esoterically and this immediately poses a problem for interpretation.
Bacon with his acroamatic and inimitable style, may have a new, as yet untried, solution to fundamental questions of philosophy.
These are called the acroamatic writings and are known to us as the treatises of Aristotle.
88) Moreover Kant also refers to these discursive fundamental propositions as "acroamata" or acroamatic principles.