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Saint-Simon

1. Comte de , title of Claude Henri de Rouvroy. 1760--1825, French social philosopher, generally regarded as the founder of French socialism. He thought society should be reorganized along industrial lines and that scientists should be the new spiritual leaders. His most important work is Nouveau Christianisme (1825)
2. Duc de , title of Louis de Rouvroy. 1675-- 1755, French soldier, statesman, and writer: his Mémoires are an outstanding account of the period 1694--1723, during the reigns of Louis XIV and Louis XV
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It was clearly only necessary for Condorcet to take one further step--that of applying this model of scientific organization to the administration of society--to arrive at the fully technocratic conception of social science reached by Saint-Simon and Comte.
Part One thus includes chapters on Ideology, on Saint-Simon and socialism, and on August Comte and positivism, all of which arose in the decades following the Revolution and attempted to supplant some of its assumptions.
El pensamiento de Saint-Simon se origina precisamente en este contexto, con la intencion de integrar los valores que sustentaban la ideologia liberallibertad, igualdad y solidaridad- en el seno de un nuevo orden societal que fuese la viva expresion de estos principios, el marco en el que estos pudiesen ser plenamente realizados.
En el caso de Saint-Simon, "la revolucion americana aparece siempre como el anuncio de una nueva era humana"(A lapiz, O.
The object of Brooksmith's personal admiration and readerly devotion (shared with and imparted by Offord) is Louis de Rouvroy, duc de Saint-Simon (1675-1755) (p.
The Saint-Simon Foundation and the Debate over Modernisation in France: The Guidelines of a Homogenising Vocation
Despite this rift, Comte was clearly influenced by Saint-Simon.
Craig Moyes examine la mise en scene et la jouissance interieure dont s'accompagne la vengeance longtemps differee du duc de Saint-Simon, noble et pair ulcere par l'etatisme monarchique, lors du lit de justice de 1718.
His six subjects were: Helvetius, Rousseau, Fichte, Hegel, Saint-Simon and Maistre.
Quotations from Louis's Memoires and the writings of Colbert, Fenelon, Saint-Simon, and other contemporary observers back up his interpretations and convey some sense of the period's mentalite.
Rich in 60 excerpts from seminal utopians as diverse as Ovid, Plato, More, Swift, de Saint-Simon, Marx and Engels, Butler, Bellamy, Wells, Huxley, Skinner, and Le Guin, the volume is a feast of provocative ideas and images, many in conflict with one another, as befits a serious body of work.
After a year of this, Comte accepted the position of secretary to the visionary social thinker, Henri, Comte de Saint-Simon.