Saint-simon definitions

săɴ-sē-mōɴ'
French thinker who advocated a society governed by technocrats, in which poverty would be abolished and religion replaced by rationalism. Among his works are The New Christianity (1825).
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(Claude Henri de Rouvroy) 1760-1825; Fr. social philosopher.
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French diplomat and writer whose memoirs of the court of Louis XIV are a valuable historical source.
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(Louis de Rouvroy) 1675-1755; Fr. courtier & writer.
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