Postmodern Auguste Comte's Theory Of Human Society

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“Sociology is the systematic study of human society. It is a form of consciousness, a way of thinking, a critical way of seeing society” (Haralambos & Holborn, Sociology).
“Sociology is first and foremost a way of thinking about the human work (It asks how) does it matter that humans love always (and cannot but live) in the company of, in communication with, in exchange with, in competition with in cooperation with other human’s beings? Its questions defamiliarize the familiar” (Auguste Comte, Haralombos & Holborn, Sociology).
Zygmunt Bauman, a prominent Polish humanist. In his weaving, Bauman has built up a comprehensive and a bright theoretical setup to outline reshaped and convoluted way from premodernity through strong innovation to postmodern
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“Comte's famed law of the three stage is an example of his search for invariant laws governing the social world” (Posted by Gaurav Tripathi, article called Auguste Comte’s “Law of the Three Stages”, sociology).
Comte argued “that the evolution of the human mind has paralleled the evolution of the individual mind, Comte believed that each field of knowledge passes through three periods of growth pattern” (Posted by Gaurav Tripathi, article called Auguste Comte’s “Law of the Three Stages”, sociology).
The theological stage, which is dominated by the exploration for the simple kind of stuff, and nation appear to await that all phenomena are composed and supremacy by gods and supernatural forces. Monotheism is the conclusive reliance of the theological stage. Ideas are centered on no empirical forces, vivacity, and beings in the supernatural realm. At this stage, man’s thinking was directed by theological dogmas. This stage is also divided into three sub-stages as (1) Fetishism (2) Polytheism (3) Monotheism.
The metaphysical stage is a gradual level in which unknowable, withdrawn stuff (e.g., character) supersede supernatural stuff as the potencies that explicate the workings of the earth. Conceptions are centered on the essences of phenomena and repudiation of incrimination to
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• Comte's assurance of sociology as a positivistic science.
• He developed four techniques on sociology.
• Comte withal extraordinary social statics from friendly progression.
• He was a full-scale humanist and he saw gregarious structures as trained particular childishness.
• He proposed a rationalistic visual impression of constructional change.
• He attempted to reestablish speculation and practice.
Ritzer and Goodman additionally apperceived ten fundamental impuissance’s of Comte's work:
•Comte's origination was bended by his own particular experience throughout everyday life.
• He was out of worry with the valid Earth.
• He was out of cast with different cogitators of his circumstances.
• His empiric work is amusing, and his hypothetical work was profoundly excessively summed up.
• His commitment is just barely sociological.
• He made no true commitments to humanism.
• He roughly saw society in limit of the workings of the human fuse.
• Comte awkwardly weighty handedly forced his notionally hypothetical structures on the information he was breaking
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