Maximilien Paul Emile Littre

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Noun1.Maximilien Paul Emile Littre - French lexicographer (1801-1881)
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John Stuart Mill was an Englishman who eventually distanced himself from Comte; in France, Emile Littre, originally sympathetic to Comte's thought, ended up being considered a traitor to the cause because he was unwilling to follow Comte in the arguably eccentric way he was heading.
Semantic confusion caused the great Emile Littre, who translated Hippocrates' works into French in the first half of the 19th century, to make a nosologic error.