SAINT-SIMON, Claude-Henri


SAINT-SIMON, Claude-Henri
(1760-1828)
   French SOCIALIST philosopher who sought to promote a new FORM or RELIGION devoid of the supernatural trappings of CHRISTIANITY. He strongly influenced August COMTE whose works develop Saint-Simon's program. His books include the Reorganization of European Society (1814) and The New Christianity (1825).

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