Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 52-8157
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Auguste Comte, asserted with respect to them that, as in biology, “the whole of the object is here certainly much better known and more immedately accessible”
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ἄνζρωπος ἔστιν ὁ πάντeς ἴδμεν.
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[...] “Does he know his Greek and Latin authors well?,’ today one asks: ‘Is he good at mathematics? Is he familiar with the achievements of physics, of chemistry, of natural history, in short, of the positive sciences and those of observation?’ ”
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[...] but with him too this meant no more than that account must be taken of the physiological bases of mental activities, and he always recognized the three seperate parts of the “science de l’homme,” physiology, analysis of ideas, and morals.
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[...] who developed history as a history of the masses and of a struggle of class interests and, in this, profoundly influencced Karl Marx.
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[...] leader and to bring coherence and order into the thoughts thrown out by him, and whose whole intellectual careers were determind by his influence.
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And yet how obvious it is to us now, even in this first formulation, that it is a delusion; that the idea is based on an extension of the scientific and enigneering technique far beyond the field to which they are appropriate.
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[...] and two years later (1824) republished by its author under the even more anmbitious title [...]
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[...] “M. Enfantin found the ideas, M. Bazard formulated them.209
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Page 203: Section 9: super-mind (Throughout the rest of the book it has the hyphen)
by studying Human Reason, with a capital R, from the outside as it were, as something objectively given and observable as a whole, as it might appear to some supermind.
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It was under the banner of this historicism made in Germany that in the second half of the ninteenth century the great attack on individualist social theory was conducted, [...]
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Page 251: Index: "Bouglè, Celestin" should be "Bouglé, Celestin"
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Page 253: Index: "Meyerson, Emile" should be "Meyerson, Émile"