Auguste Comte

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In existographies, Auguste Comte (157-98 BE) (1798-1857 ACM) (IQ:185|#72) (ID:3.19|59) (Cattell 1000:95) (RGM:890|1,350+) (PR:381|65AE / philosopher:35) (Gottlieb 1000:130) (Becker 139:45|7L) (Stokes 100:55) (Scott 50:5) (FA:130) (CR:110) (LH:6) (TL:118|#101) was a French sociologist, philosopher, and natural scientist, noted for []


Atheist church

A photo collage of the "Comte church" or "humanism chapel", which operates in France presently, which has images of secular sages, e.g. Rene Descartes, and others.[1]

In c.1849, Comte formulated a new “atheistic religion”, called either "religion of humanity"[2] or "universal religion", which he presented in Summary of Exposition of the Universal Religion and The Theory of the Future of Man.[1] The followers of Comte, later built chapels in France, which are used for secular baptisms and marriages, to this day.


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The following are quotes by Comte:

“All social force is at once material, intellectual, and moral.”
— Auguste Comte (1854), System of Positive Polity: or System of Sociology (pg. 227) [3]

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See also


  1. 1.0 1.1 Anon. (2016). “Sociology: Auguste Comte” (YT), School of Life, May 20.
  2. Religion of Humanity – Wikipedia.
  3. Comte, Auguste. (1854). System of Positive Polity: or System of Sociology (pg. 227). Longmans, 1875.

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