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But such suggestions meet us at every hand in modern sociological discussions; nay more, such suggestions it was the professed business of sociology to supplement and apply to human life. It is plain, therefore, that sociology and ethics, as sociologists generally conceive of sociology and of ethics, cannot be separated from each other. Some forms of ethical thought will wander far from the line of treatment proper to us in this essay. But, wherever you have these two things—an interpretation of duty as the debt which man, the individual, owes to society ; and secondly the appeal to phenomenal fact as the only safe or real authority—there sociology and ethics must necessarily approach, intertwine, or even coalesce.
We have passed into a new atmosphere. " One province remains to be liberated—that of theology. Let us make a similar transition here, " from metaphysics to history" ; then, even in theology, we shall find solid ground below our feet. The history which Dr. Hatch has in view is 1 Published in the Contemporary Review for June 1889. CHAP, iv THE APPEAL TO HISTORY 35 history of doctrine, the history of theological beliefs. If we treat these in the light of the comparative method they will no longer be meaningless, but meaningful; we may even discover that " God is not only revealing Himself to His creatures, but also realising Himself to Himself" in history.
He was early distinguished for his mathematical ability ; also for a refractoriness to authority, which led to his expulsion from the Polytechnic School of Paris. In 1818 he met St. Simon the socialist, and became for six years his close friend and disciple; but the alliance was broken off by a violent quarrel, never to be healed. In 1825 he married. The UDion proved conspicuously unhappy, and ended in a separation in 1842. In 1826 he began lectures upon his system of philosophy; and though they were interrupted for a time by an attack ALONE io COMTE TO BENJAMIN KIDD PART I of insanity, the lectures attracted great attention.