- Fourierism 1841, in reference to ideas of French socialist François-Marie-Charles Fourier (1772-1837), whose plan also was called phalansterianism.
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fourierism — FOURIERÍSM s.n. Doctrină socialistă utopică franceză creată de Ch. Fourier şi de discipolii lui în prima jumătate a sec. XIX. [pr.: fu ri e ] – Din fr. fouriérisme. Trimis de zaraza joe, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98 FOURIERÍSM s. (POL.) armonism,… … Dicționar Român
Fourierism — Fou ri*er*ism, n. The co[ o]perative socialistic system of Charles Fourier, a Frenchman, who recommended the reorganization of society into small communities, living in common … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Fourierism — ☆ Fourierism [foor′ē ər iz΄əm ] n. the doctrines of F. M. C. FOURIER François Marie Charles, esp. his proposed system for reorganizing society into small, self sufficient, cooperative agricultural communities … English World dictionary
Fourierism — Fourierist, Fourierite /foor ee euh ruyt /, n. Fourieristic, adj. /foor ee euh riz euhm/, n. the social system proposed by François Marie Charles Fourier, under which society was to be organized into phalanxes or associations, each large enough… … Universalium
Fourierism — noun Etymology: French fouriérisme, from F.M.C. Fourier Date: 1843 a system for reorganizing society into cooperative communities of small self sustaining groups • Fourierist noun … New Collegiate Dictionary
Fourierism — noun The cooperative socialistic system of , a Frenchman, who recommended the reorganization of society into small communities, living in common. See Also: Fourierite … Wiktionary
fourierísm — s. n. (sil. ri e ) [fou pron. fr. fu ] … Romanian orthography
fourierism — n. Socialism, phalansterianism, humanitarianism, Saint Simonianism … New dictionary of synonyms
fourierism — fou·ri·er·ism … English syllables
Fourierism — Fou•ri•er•ism [[t]ˈfʊər i əˌrɪz əm[/t]] n. soc the social system proposed by François Marie Charles Fourier under which society was to be organized into self sufficient phalanxes large enough for all industrial and social requirements • Etymology … From formal English to slang