Reasons for dissenting from the philosophy of M. Comte, and other essays.


Berkeley [Calif.] Glendessary Press [c1968] .

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Subjects Comte, Auguste, 1798-1857.
Social evolution.
Sociology.
Description vii, 86 p. 23 cm.
Contents Foreword, by W. Buckley.--Reasons for dissenting from the philosophy of M. Comte.--Cardinal principles.--Laws in general.--What is a society?--A society is an organism.--Social structures.--Social functions.--Qualifications and summary.--Endnotes.--Appendix: Comte's original French; [quotations]
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(OCoLC)21291
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