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of all the categories that an article belongs to, you must guess which article it's describing.
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|Empiricists||People from Westminster||Attorneys General for England and Wales|
|New Latin authors||English spies||Lord Chancellors of England|
|1626 deaths||Alumni of Trinity College, Cambridge||Early modern philosophers|
|People from St Albans||Members of the pre-1707 English Parliament||Viscounts in the Peerage of England|
|English philosophers||English Anglicans||Deaths from pneumonia|
|History of scientific method||1561 births||English essayists|
|English rhetoricians||Utopists||Tudor people|
That was Francis Bacon
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