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  1. Caroline Massin was intelligent and had some education. She was offered a job as a governess immediately after she finally separated from Comte. After Comte was dismissed from the École Polytechnique in 1844, his English collaborator John Stuart Mill gave him some immediate funds and arranged for three of his wealthy friends to provide him with a pension.

  2. Caroline Massin nació en Châtillon-sur-Seine el 2 de julio de 1802. Sus padres fueron Louis Hilare Massin y Marie Anne Baudelot, actores provinciales. No se casaron y se separaron poco después de que ella naciera. Fue criada en un ambiente cálido y recto por su abuela materna en París, esposa de un sastre. En 1813 murió su abuelo.

  3. Caroline Massin then found a job as governess. She died in Paris in 1877. Criticism of Auguste Comte's notes. The portrayal of Caroline Massin in literature as a prostitute and unfaithful wife is primarily based on a five-page addition that Auguste Comte wrote to his will. However, there is some evidence that this representation is bogus.

    • Massin, Anne Caroline (full name)
    • Massin, Caroline
    • July 2, 1802
  4. Caroline Massin sposò Comte nel febbraio del 1825, ma, nonostante l'indubbia intesa intellettuale tra i due, attestata dal loro epistolario, il matrimonio non fu felice e la coppia si separò definitivamente nell'agosto del 1842.

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  6. Caroline Massin was born in Châtillon-sur-Seine on 2 July 1802. Her parents were Louis Hilare Massin and Marie Anne Baudelot, provincial actors. They were not married and separated soon after she was born. She was raised in a warm and upright environment by her maternal grandmother in Paris, wife of a tailor.

  7. Caroline Massin correspond régulièrement avec Auguste Comte, s’intéresse à ses travaux, qu’elle lit et commente avec autant d’acuité que d’intelligence. Toutefois, cette période, devient aussi, peu à peu, celle de l’éloignement inexorable du philosophe qui a rencontré, en octobre 1844 , Clotilde de Vaux , dont le frère, Maximilien Marie , adepte du positivisme, suit ses ...