Comte believed that the appreciation of the past and the ability to build on it towards the future was key in transitioning from the theological and metaphysical phases. The idea of progress was central to Comte's new science, sociology. Sociology would "lead to the historical consideration of every science" because "the history of one science, including pure political history, would make no sense unless it was attached to the study of the general progress of all of humanity".  As Comte would say: "from science comes prediction; from prediction comes action."  It is a philosophy of human intellectual development that culminated in science. The irony of this series of phases is that though Comte attempted to prove that human development has to go through these three stages, it seems that the positivist stage is far from becoming a realization. This is due to two truths: The positivist phase requires having a complete understanding of the universe and world around us and requires that society should never know if it is in this positivist phase. Anthony Giddens argues that since humanity constantly uses science to discover and research new things, humanity never progresses beyond the second metaphysical phase. 
– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– What is your job?
– Do you like it?
– What is the most you enjoyable part of your work?
– Do you spend a lot of time at home?
– Did your way of spending free time change since your childhood?
– Do people in your country usually go to parks?
– Do you enjoy visiting parks?
– Can you describe the park you go to?
Theme: Organic Chemistry and Instrumental Analysis Topics 4 and 5 Subjects: Advanced Higher Chemistry Audience: Student When: Tuesday, 20 March 2018 6:00 PM Presented by: Nikki Penman, SCHOLAR Online Tutor for Chemistry Session link: http://heriot-/scholarhomework (Enter as a Guest)