Fourierism meaning

fo͝orē-ə-rĭzəm
A system for social reform advocated by Charles Fourier in the early 1800s, proposing that society be organized into self-sustaining communal groups.
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The doctrines of F. M. C. Fourier, esp. his proposed system for reorganizing society into small, self-sufficient, cooperative agricultural communities.
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The cooperative socialistic system of Charles Fourier, a Frenchman, who recommended the reorganization of society into small communities, living in common.
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Origin of fourierism

  • From French Fouriérisme

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