Philosophy of the Plays of Shakespeare
TRADITION, which formed the FIRST BOOK of this Work as it
was originally prepared for the Press, is reserved for separate
THE ELIZABETHAN ART OF DELIVERY AND TRADITION.
MICHAEL DE MONTAIGNE'S 'PRIVATE AND RETIRED ARTS.'
I. Ascent from Particulars to the 'Highest Parts of Sciences,' by
the Enigmatic Method illustrated
II. Further Illustration of 'Particular Methods of Tradition.'—
Embarrassments of Literary Statesmen
III. The Possibility of great anonymous Works,—or Works
published under an assumed name,—conveying under rhetorical
Disguises the Principal Sciences,—re-suggested and illustrated
THE BACONIAN RHETORIC, OR THE METHOD OF PROGRESSION.
I. THE 'BEGINNERS.'—['Particular Methods of Tradition.'—
The Double Method of 'Illustration' and 'Concealment']
II. INDEX to the 'Illustrated' and 'Concealed Tradition' of the
Principal and Supreme Sciences.—THE SCIENCE
III. THE SCIENCE OF MORALITY. Section I. The Exemplar of
IV. THE SCIENCE OF MORALITY. Section II. The Husbandry
thereunto, or the Cure and Culture