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  2. Henri de Saint-Simon | French social reformer | Britannica

    Henri de Saint-Simon, in full Claude-Henri de Rouvroy, Comte (count) de Saint-Simon, (born Oct. 17, 1760, Paris, Fr.—died May 19, 1825, Paris), French social theorist and one of the chief founders of Christian socialism. In his major work, Nouveau Christianisme (1825), he proclaimed a brotherhood of man that must accompany the scientific organization of industry and society.

  3. Henri de Saint-Simon - Wikipedia

    Claude Henri de Rouvroy, comte de Saint-Simon (17 October 1760 – 19 May 1825), often referred to as Henri de Saint-Simon ( French: [ɑ̃ʁi də sɛ̃ simɔ̃] ), was a French political, economic and socialist theorist and businessman whose thought had a substantial influence on politics, economics, sociology and the philosophy of science. He is a younger relative of the famous memoirist the Duc de Saint-Simon .

  4. Henri de Saint-Simon - New World Encyclopedia

    Henri de Saint-Simon. Claude Henri de Rouvroy, comte de Saint-Simon, often referred to as Henri de Saint-Simon (October 17, 1760 - May 19, 1825), was a French social theorist and the founder of French socialism. In the wake of the French Revolution, Saint-Simon proposed a new and positive reorganization of society, controlled by the chiefs of industry, with scientists in the role of priests.

  5. Saint-Simon, Henri de |

    SAINT-SIMON, HENRI DE (1760–1825), French social theorist. Henri de Saint-Simon was one of the most idiosyncratic and unclassifiable thinkers of the immediate postrevolutionary era in France. He was also one of the most original and influential. He has variously been regarded as a founder of socialism and as a prophet of organized capitalism, as a romantic and as a technocrat.

  6. Henri de summary | Britannica

    Henri de Saint-Simon. Henri de, (born Oct. 17, 1760, Paris, France—died May 19, 1825, Paris), French social theorist. He joined the French army at age 17 and was sent to aid the colonists in the American Revolution. After his return to France (1783), he made a fortune in land speculation but gradually dissipated it.

  7. Henri de Saint-Simon - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

    Claude-Henri de Rouvroy, conde de Saint-Simon, frecuentemente nombrado como Henri de Saint-Simon (París, 17 de octubre de 1760-ibíd., 19 de mayo de 1825), fue un filósofo, economista, teórico socialista y positivista francés, [1] cuyo pensamiento tuvo una influencia sustancial en la política, la economía, la sociología y la filosofía de la ciencia y la historia.

  8. Henri de Saint-Simon (Author of Catechism of the Industrialists)

    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 philosophies; perhaps most notably Marxism, positivism and the discipline of sociology. He was born an aristocrat.

  9. Henri de Saint-Simon (1760-1825) fue un filósofo, economista, positivista y teórico socialista francés. Tuvo gran influencia en disciplinas como la política, la sociología, la filosofía de la historia, la economía o la historia. Es considerado el precursor del socialismo.

  10. Christian Socialism | political philosophy | Britannica

    Early in the 19th century, the French philosopher Henri de Saint-Simon expounded a “new Christianity” primarily concerned with the plight of the poor. Saint-Simonians believed that the keynote of social development would be a spirit of association, with religion as the dominating force, that would gradually supplant the prevailing spirit of egotism and antagonism in society.

  11. It was political, economic, and socialist theorist Henri de Saint-Simon the first one who, believing in the social power of the arts, drew the analogy between radical art practices and an advancing military formation: “We artists will serve you as an avant-garde, the power of the arts is most immediate: when we want to spread new ideas we …