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Hegelianism had closed the eyes of human understanding; Positivism had mutilated and crippled its activities.
THE WAR UPON RELIGIONREV. FRANCIS A. CUNNINGHAM
He was an absolute positivist; his positivism did not make him self-assertive nor peremptory; on the contrary, it oppressed him.
One of them is that on which we have just commented, the assimilation between Positivism and Fetishism.
The Pontiff of Positivism informs us what problem, in his opinion, should be selected before all others for this united pursuit.
Let us turn now to positivism, and consider what is its position.
IS LIFE WORTH LIVING?WILLIAM HURRELL MALLOCK
A belief in this kind of progress is not peculiar to positivism.
IS LIFE WORTH LIVING?WILLIAM HURRELL MALLOCK
Never has there been better reason than there is to-day to be content, if rational man could be content, with a pure positivism.
This was to lay the basis of a true positivism by the only means through which it can be laid firmly.
He was a philosopher, imbued with the tenets of positivism; and she was naturally prone to be fascinated by abstract thought.
But the religions which exclude theology—he mentions Buddhism and Positivism as examples—give no adequate sanction.

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