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Which 13th century philosopher, linguist, empirical scientist, writer and Franciscan Friar known as Doctor Mirabilis?

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Which 13th century philosopher, linguist, empirical scientist, writer and Franciscan Friar known as Doctor Mirabilis, was known for his mediaeval Latin work "Opus Major"?

posted Dec 5, 2019 by Mridul

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Roger Bacon
The "Opus Major" is described as one of the most influential scientific and philosophical texts of its age and arguably the high point of medieval knowledge of the physical sciences.

answer Dec 6, 2019 by Rahul Vaidya
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