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by Oscar A. Haac

  • Author: Oscar A. Haac
  • ISBN: 1560001488
  • ISBN13: 978-1560001485
  • ePub: 1115 kb | FB2: 1784 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Europe
  • Publisher: Transaction Publishers; 1st Edition edition (January 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 430
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The Correspondence of John Stuart Mill and Auguste Comte ePub download

The correspondence between John Stuart Mill, utilitarian philosopher, and Auguste Comte, founder of. .usefully collates both sides of the exchange, which lasted from 1841 to 1847, in a graceful translation by Oscar A. Haac.

The correspondence between John Stuart Mill, utilitarian philosopher, and Auguste Comte, founder of Positivism, is an important episode in the history of ideas,. The present volume usefully collates both sides of the exchange, which lasted from 1841 to 1847, in a graceful translation by Oscar A. Haa. is is a valuable book about the ideas of Comte and Mill. A. R. Vogeler, Choice.

This volume presents eighty-nine letters exchanged between John Stuart Mill and Auguste Comte between 1841 and 1847. They address important issues of the mid-nineteenth century in philosophy, science, economics, and politics

This volume presents eighty-nine letters exchanged between John Stuart Mill and Auguste Comte between 1841 and 1847. They address important issues of the mid-nineteenth century in philosophy, science, economics, and politics. Cumulatively, these letters provide a humanistic view of Western Europe and its social problems.

This volume presents eighty-nine letters exchanged between John Stuart Mill and Auguste Comte . The correspondence begins with an admiring letter from Mill who considers himself a positivist at the tune and writes to Comte as to an elder colleague. A close friendship developed, in the course of which they discussed matters of common concern.

This volume presents eighty-nine letters exchanged between John Stuart Mill and Auguste Comte between 1841 and . Oscar A. Haac has taught French literature at Pennsylvania State University, Emory, and the State University of New York at Stony Brook.

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New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. Focusing on his second masterpiece, the Système de politique positive, and other important books, such as the Synthèse subjective, Mary Pickering not only sheds light on Comte's intellectual development but also traces the dissemination of positivism and the Religion of Humanity throughout many parts of the world.

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This volume presents eighty-nine letters exchanged between John Stuart Mill and Auguste Comte between 1841 and 1847. They address important issues of the mid-nineteenth century in philosophy, science, economics, and politics. Cumulatively, these letters provide a humanistic view of Western Europe and its social problems. They add valuable perspective to what we know about the work of Mill and Comte, in a critical period of English and French thought.

The correspondence begins with an admiring letter from Mill who considers himself a positivist at the tune and writes to Comte as to an elder colleague. A close friendship developed, in the course of which they discussed matters of common concern. Their understanding extends to personal experiences, including their respective mental crises at an early age. The opinions expressed about their contemporaries are significant and include comments on Thomas Carlyle, John and Sarah Austin, and Alexander Bain, on philosophers and major authors in France, Germany, and Italy. Mill and Comte eventually encountered issues on which they could not come to consensus, especially the equality of women. While Mill was an ardent defender of women's rights, Comte supported the traditional hierarchy that endowed men with social and political superiority.

According to Jerome H. Buckley, Gurner Professor of English Literature Emeritus at Harvard University, "The correspondence of Mill and Comte, now available for the first time in English translation, is a remarkable intellectual exchange, a dialogue of real significance in the history of ideas." This volume will be of great interest to philosophers, historians, economists, women's studies scholars, and political scientists.

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