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Comtian

[ kom-tee-uhn, kawn- ]
/ ˈkɒm ti ən, ˈkɔ̃- /
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adjective

Also Com·te·an. of or relating to the philosophy of Auguste Comte.

noun

a follower of the philosophy of Auguste Comte.

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Origin of Comtian

1850–55; A. Comte + -ian
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