Who was Auguste Comte, and what were some of his theories?
Auguste Comte was a French philosopher in the nineteenth century who is known for founding sociology and positivism. He theorized that external social forces define human behavior and that the study of society should thus employ a scientific approach. He’s also famous for the “the law of three stages,” in which he theorized a common pattern to humanity’s intellectual development, and for classifying the scientific disciplines.
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