System of Positive Polity: Theory of the future of man, with an appendix consisting of Early essays on social philosophy

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Longmans, Green and Company, 1877 - Philosophy
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OCLC: 3641127
Related Subjects: Positivism. | Sociology.
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Contents

CHAPTER I
8
The neglect of this method explains the impotence of modern Utopias
17
SPECIAL INTRODUCTION
23
The worship universal but systematic only for the more leading phases
28
Humanity indivisible
30
This Theory the basis of the Positive Construction
36
ABSTRACT VIEW
40
The sacred sign
45
Art in education equal to science in real life superior
47
Its threefold social function Counsel Consecration Discipline
51
III Unity of action a Order
54
Womans independence
59
The fusion of philosophy and poetry will aid in preserving the true priestly
65
Four divisions 1 Agriculturists 2 Manufacturers 3 Merchants
71
The worship the expression of the synthetical state
77
General Theory of the subjective life
89
The fusion of the dead with the living more affective than intellectual
95
Catholic and Mohammedan precedents
102
Wherein lies the power of these sacraments
116
Those of the sixth month Domesticity
124
Mendicity
135
Festival of the Knights
141
Hitherto inopportune
148
The Fifteen realise the wish of Bacon for a prima philosophia
160
Several arrangements of the analytical dogmatic system
166
How invariability is made completely general
169
The sociological treatise may issue from Vols II and III
175
All phenomena human
176
Subjective milieus
181
The planets which influence the earth taken into account
187
Rectified by Positivism
191
Biology but the preamble to the study of Humanity hence its limits
193
Dissection even of animals forbidden the priest
199
The double relationobjective and subjectivemost manifest in the
205

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