Saint-Simonianism

  • 1 Saint-Simonianism — was a French socialist movement of the first half of the nineteenth century. The movement is named after Claude Henri de Rouvroy, comte de Saint Simon who promoted ideas of utopian socialism but after his death, the movement that formed around… …

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  • 2 Saint- Simonianism — Saint Simonism Saint Si mon*ism, n. A system of socialism in which the state owns all the property and the laborer is entitled to share according to the quality and amount of his work, founded by Saint Simon (1760 1825); called also {Saint… …

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  • 3 Saint-Simonianism — Saint Si*mo ni*an*ism, n. The principles, doctrines, or practice of the Saint Simonians; called also {Saint Simonism}. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 4 saint-simonianism — saint si·mo·ni·an·ism …

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  • 5 Saint-Simonianism — /ˌseɪnt səˈmoʊniənɪzəm/ (say .saynt suh mohneeuhnizuhm) noun a socialist system based on the idea that society should be reorganised along industrial lines and led by scientists. {from the Comte de Saint Simon} –Saint Simonian, adjective, noun …

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  • 6 saint-simonianism — ēəˌnizəm noun ( s) Usage: usually capitalized both Ss : a socialistic system in which the state owns all property and the laborer is entitled to share according to the quality and amount of his work * * * Saint Simōˈnianism noun • • • Main Entry …

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  • 7 saint-simonianism — n. Fourierism, phalansterianism, humanitarianism, socialism …

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  • 8 Saint- Simonism — Saint Simonianism Saint Si*mo ni*an*ism, n. The principles, doctrines, or practice of the Saint Simonians; called also {Saint Simonism}. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9 Saint-Simonism — Saint Si mon*ism, n. A system of socialism in which the state owns all the property and the laborer is entitled to share according to the quality and amount of his work, founded by Saint Simon (1760 1825); called also {Saint Simonianism}.… …

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  • 10 saint-simonian — I. |sāntˌsī|mōnēən adjective Usage: usually capitalized both Ss Etymology: Count de St. Simon (Claude Henri de Rouvroy) died 1825 French philosopher and social scientist + English ian : of or relating to St. Simon or Saint Simonianism II. noun (… …

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  • 11 saint-simonism — (|)sāntˈsīməˌnizəm noun ( s) Usage: usually capitalized both Ss Etymology: Count St. Simon + English ism : saint simonianism * * * Saint Simonism /sənt or sint sīˈmə ni zm/ noun The socialist system of the French philosopher Comte de Saint Simon …

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  • 12 Claude Henri de Rouvroy, comte de Saint-Simon — Saint Simon, 1848 Claude Henri de Rouvroy, comte de Saint Simon, often referred to as Henri de Saint Simon (17 October 1760 – 19 May 1825) was a French early socialist theorist whose thought influenced the foundations of various 19th century… …

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  • 13 BAZARD, SAINT-AMAND —    a French socialist, founder of the Charbonnerie Française; a zealous but unsuccessful propagator of St. Simonianism, in association with ENFANTIN (q.v. ENFANTIN, BARTHÉLEMY PROSPER), from whom he at last separated (1791 1832) …

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  • 14 Heinrich Heine — This article is about the poet. For the mathematician, see Eduard Heine. Heinrich Heine A painting of Heine, by Moritz Daniel Oppenheim Born Christian Johann Heinrich Heine 13 December 1797(1797 12 13) …

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  • 15 Barthélemy Prosper Enfantin — (February 8, 1796 ndash; September 1, 1864) was a French social reformer, one of the founders of Saint Simonianism.Early lifeEnfantin was born in Paris, the son of a banker of Dauphiné. After receiving his early education at a lyceum, he was sent …

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  • 16 Frédéric Ozanam — Blessed Antoine Frédéric Ozanam Born April 23, 1813 Milan, Kingdom of Italy Died September 8, 1853 Marseilles, Second French Empire …

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  • 17 Rosa Bonheur — Photograph of Rosa Bonheur (1880 90) in the garden of her Château at By Birth name Marie Rosalie Bonheur Born 16 March 1822 …

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  • 18 Olinde Rodrigues — Benjamin Olinde Rodrigues (1795–1851), more commonly known as Olinde Rodrigues, was a French banker, mathematician, and social reformer. Rodrigues was born into a well to do Sephardi Jewish family[1] in Bordeaux. Rodrigues was awarded a doctorate …

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  • 19 Si vis pacem, para bellum — is a Latin adage translated as, If you want peace, prepare for war . The source of this adage remains unknown; [For example, Duff (1899) notes that the source is unknown, lists classical authors with phrases very like it and makes the selection… …

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  • 20 Michel Chevalier — (13 January 1806 – 18 November 1879) was a French engineer, statesman, economist and free market liberal. Contents …

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