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  1. Positive Thinking: Social Science, Sociology and the Intellectual Legacy of Auguste Comte.Michael Sonenscher - forthcoming - Modern Intellectual History:1-11.
    How can you know something that cannot be seen, heard, tasted, touched or smelled? The question applies most obviously to things like rights, justice or freedom because they do not seem be as easy to locate or describe as things that can be known by the senses. Part of the point of positivism was that under certain conditions they can. To Auguste Comte, the movement's founder, it was possible to have as positive a knowledge of rights, justice or freedom as (...)
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  • The Positivist Universalism and Republicanism of the Young Turks.Banu Turnaoğlu - 2017 - Modern Intellectual History 14 (3):777-805.
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