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it as prepared and gradually brought about by the very “progress” of science and philosophy. According to his own expression then he endeavours “to transform science into philosophy.” But on what conditions will the transformation be effected? If science were to lose in it its characteristics of positiveness, of reality, and of relativity, to assume those of a metaphysical doctrine, this change would be neither desirabl

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e nor possible. The transformation will simply consist in giving to science the philosophical character which it does not yet possess, namely universality. While thus acquiring a new property, positive science should349 lose none of

those which it already possesses, and which constitute its value. Thus, in the “transformation of science into philosophy,” what is transformed at bottom is not science which remains itself while becoming general from being spe

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    cial: it is philosophy rather which is transformed. The latter will hencef

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    btedly be conceived as the highest and most comprehensive form of positive kno

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sciences.” The synthesis of the sciences must be brought about according to a principle to which they will be all related. It must really be a “summing up of experience.” But if this philosophy thus co

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