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  • Title: Book: RoP: World Conceptions of Scientific Factuality (Pt2 Ch5)
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    • century by Auguste Comte (1798 – 1857). This enterprise, which
    • completely rejected by Comte. He argues: If the human spirit wanted to
    • of the mind by themselves is not recognized by Comte. Anything that is
    • of the mathematical sciences. From this position there follows Comte's
    • Lamarck and Darwin. So far as Comte is concerned, the human species is
    • unsatisfactory as knowledge for Comte. He has a mathematical bent of
    • problem, he considers it to be not ready for science. Comte has no
    • What escapes Comte everywhere is the element of life; he expels life
    • the motions of the heavenly bodies. Comte constructed a scale of the
    • knowledge of human society. Comte strives to make all these sciences
    • Comte, with energy and resolution, found his place in the development
    • surrendered to abstract ideas. Comte sees the evolution of mankind in
    • sociology, is therefore what Comte is especially concerned with, and
    • following a natural law. For awhile, Comte was on intimate terms with
    • utopias. Comte continued to work with a rare zeal in his original
    • same way without the aid of theological and idealistic thoughts. Comte
    • facts. Comte expressed thereby, in the most pointed manner, his view
    • as a forceful champion of Comte's thought. This was expressed in 1865
    • upheld by Comte, that all world conception should be confined to a
  • Title: Book: RoP: Modern Man and His World Conception (Pt2 Ch7)
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    • Comte derived from natural scientific conceptions as a conception of

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