Saint-Simonian love

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  • noun A supporter of Saint-Simonianism.

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Examples

  • His disciples, Prosper Enfantin (1796–1864) and Saint-Amand Bazard (1791–1832), not only systematized and expounded his thought but also, on the basis of his later book Le nouveau christianisme (1825), organized a Saint-Simonian sect on communist principles.

    2. Intellectual and Religious Trends

  • L'Atelier, published by Philippe Buchez (1796–1865) between Sept. 1840 and July 1850, advocated a form of Saint-Simonian socialism.

    2. The July Monarchy

  • It was not even meant to be a religion as such—although after his death there was actually a Saint-Simonian Church with six departmental churches in France and with branches in Germany and England.

    The Worldly Philosophers

  • It was not even meant to be a religion as such—although after his death there was actually a Saint-Simonian Church with six departmental churches in France and with branches in Germany and England.

    The Worldly Philosophers

  • Now, in the lectures which Mauss edited into the book Le Socialisme, Durkheim sought to relate Saint-Simonian ideas to the concerns of social science as Durkheim understood the latter.

    The Threat of Marx

  • He saw (Saint-Simonian) socialism as "extending to social sciences the method of the positive sciences, out of which sociology has come"; as promoting "religious regeneration"; and as seeking to overcome social disorganization by "connecting economic functions."

    The Threat of Marx

  • Imported with negative connotations via the writ - ings of various Europeans, among them the socialists and the Saint-Simonian Michel Chevalier, the econo - mist Friedrich List, and Tocqueville, “individualism” acquired a positive meaning and expressed an evolving reinterpretation of American ideology.

    TYPES OF INDIVIDUALISM

  • The ro - mantics themselves did not use the term Individ - ualismus, but it came to be used in this sense from the 1840's, when a German Liberal, Karl Brüggemann, contrasted with its Saint-Simonian meaning that of a characteristically German “infinite” (unendlichen) and

    TYPES OF INDIVIDUALISM

  • Saint-Simonian socialism of J. Reynaud, or with an esoteric idea, like that of Flammarion (to name only truly informed astronomical writers), conceived the universe as “a great fraternal society” (Reynaud) or as a place reserved for souls allowed to rise from one world to a higher world in an indefinite progress.

    COSMIC IMAGES

  • Partly because of the extraordinarily pervasive in - fluence of Saint-Simonian ideas, “individualism” came to be very widely used during the nineteenth century.

    TYPES OF INDIVIDUALISM

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