Comtist
adjective or noun see Comtian

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  • Comtist — Com tist, n. A disciple of Comte; a positivist. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Comtist — See Comtism. * * * …   Universalium

  • comtist — comt·ist …   English syllables

  • comtist — tə̇st adjective or noun Etymology: Auguste Comte + English ist : positivist * * * Comtˈian and Comtˈist noun and adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Comtism — Comtist, n., adj. /kom tiz euhm, kawonn /, n. the philosophy of Auguste Comte; positivism. [1870 75; A. COMTE + ISM] * * * …   Universalium

  • Comtian — or Comtean adjective Date: 1846 of or relating to Auguste Comte or his doctrines • Comtism noun • Comtist adjective or noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Émile Littré — Émile Littré, (1801–1881). Émile Maximilien Paul Littré (1 February 1801 – 2 June 1881) was a French lexicographer and philosopher, best known for his Dictionnaire de la langue française, commonly called The Littré . Contents …   Wikipedia

  • Richard Congreve — (September 4, 1818 ndash;July 5, 1899) was one of the leading figures in the specifically religious interpretation of Auguste Comte s form of positivism. In that capacity he founded the London Positivist Society in 1867 and the Comtist Church of… …   Wikipedia

  • List of former atheists — This is a list of notable persons who formerly accepted atheism, then abandoned it for a different philosophical orientation. The rate of occurrence of people abandoning atheism is to some extent uncertain. In one study of the United States 0.3%… …   Wikipedia

  • Charles Dunoyer — Barthélemy Charles Pierre Joseph Dunoyer de Segonzac (20 May 1786, Carennac, Quercy (now in Lot) 4 December 1862, Paris) was a French liberal economist. Dunoyer gave one of the earliest theories of economic cycle, building on the theory of… …   Wikipedia

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