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Saint-Simon et Auguste Comte : la fin d’une collaboration, 1822-1824

Abstract : The question of the relationship between Comte and Saint-Simon is still a very controversial issue: Comte, who for seven years acted as secretary to Saint-Simon, has been afterwards very unfair to him. The first step toward a clarification is to settle some facts. The paper focuses on what happened between the two publications of the Plan des travaux scientifiques nécessaires pour réorganiser la société (May 1822- May 1824), a crucial episode which ended with Comte breaking off definitively with Saint-Simon. Thanks to the new edition of the Collected Works of Saint-Simon, it is possible to find, in what was published at that time, an account of the way Saint-Simon understood his collaboration with his secretary
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Michel Bourdeau. Saint-Simon et Auguste Comte : la fin d’une collaboration, 1822-1824. Archives de Philosophie, Centre Sèvres, 2019, pp.771-790. ⟨halshs-02417273⟩



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