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Some cover wear, may contain a few marks. The Positive Philosophy of Auguste Comte. In the latter year he quarreled with the directors of the school and lost his post, along with much of his income. Comte married Caroline Massin in , but the marriage was unhappy and they separated in In Comte had a profound romantic and emotional experience with Clotilde de Vaux, who died the following year of tuberculosis.
Comte idealized this sentimental episode, which exerted a considerable influence on his later thought and writings, particularly with regard to the role of women in the positivist society he planned to establish. The entire work emphasized morality and moral progress as the central preoccupation of human knowledge and effort and gave an account of the polity, or political organization, that this required. Comte lived to see his writings widely scrutinized throughout Europe.
Many English intellectuals were influenced by him, and they translated and promulgated his work. His French devotees had also increased, and a large correspondence developed with positivist societies throughout the world. Comte died of cancer in He devoted himself untiringly to the promotion and systematization of his ideas and to their application in the cause of the improvement of society. In general, his writing was well organized, and its exposition proceeded in impressively orderly fashion, but his style was heavy, laboured, and rather monotonous.
His chief works are notable mainly because of the scope, magnitude, and importance of his project and the conscientious persistence with which he developed and expressed his ideas. You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience and security.https://numpovasi.tk
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