Before you can learn all about Sir Francis Bacon and his thoughts on rhetoric (which I know you're super physced about because, well...bacon), I just need to make sure you're aware of how to navigate Projeqt, so you don't miss a thing.
Basically by moving the arrow keys on your computer and hitting enter, you should be able to transition between slides smoothly. If you see a plus sign on the bottom of a slide, that means it's something called a "stack". A "stack" is a group of slides, and in order to view the slides in stack, simply hit enter or click on the plus sign. Once you are in the stack, you'll notice an up arrow appears on the top of your screen (it should look similar the the left and right arrows on the side of your screen). By hitting the up key or clicking the arrow, you can move out of the stack and back to the previous screen. Pretty cool, right? Oh, and in order to get rid of the bottom bar with the arrow pointing down, which should be right below this slide, just click the down arrow.
So let's get started, shall we?
Bacon Bio (1561-1626)
Empiricism, the Renaissance, and Others that Influenced Bacon
Ideas and Rhetorical Concepts of Sir Bacon
Projeqt Work Cited