The Philosophy of Auguste Comte

Lucien Lévy-Bruhl

Series: World Philosophy
BISAC: PHI005000

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This book, originally published in 1903, traces the origin of Auguste Comte’s philosophy in the mental effervescence of the first generation of the twentieth century towards a reorganisation of society, after the upheaval left by the Revolution and its consequences.

Note by Mr. Frederic Harrison

Translator’s Preface

Introduction by Professor Lévy-Bruhl

Section 1

Chapter 1. The Philosophical Problem

Chapter 2. The Law of the Three States

Chapter 3. The Classification of the Sciences

Chapter 4. Science

Chapter 5. Science (continued) Phenomena and Laws

Chapter 6. Science (continued) Positive Logic

Section 2

Introduction. The Philosophy of the Sciences

Chapter 7. Mathematics

Chapter 8. Astronomy

Chapter 9. Sciences of the Inorganic World

Chapter 10. Biology

Chapter 11. Psychology

Section 3

Chapter 12. Transition from Animality to Humanity—Art and Language

Chapter 13. General Considerations on Social Science

Chapter 14. Social Statics

Chapter 15. Social Dynamics

Chapter 16. The Philosophy of History

Section 4

Chapter 17.The Principles of Ethics

Chapter 18. Social Ethics

Chapter 19. The Idea of Humanity

Conclusion

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