|Statement||by Richard K. P. Pankhurst.|
|LC Classifications||HN385 .P26 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 154 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||76047491|
Saint Simonians, Mill and Carlyle. [London] Sidgwick & Jackson  (OCoLC) Named Person: John Stuart Mill; Thomas Carlyle; Thomas Carlyle; John Stuart Mill: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard Pankhurst. The Saint Simonians, Mill, and Carlyle by Professor Richard Pankhurst, , available at Book Depository with free delivery : Professor Richard Pankhurst. , The Saint Simonians, Mill and Carlyle: a preface to modern thought / by Richard K. P. Pankhurst Sidgwick London Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Saint-Simonianism.; Great Britain - Social policy. The Saint Simonians, Mill and Carlyle: a preface to modern thought / by Richard K.P. Pankhurst - Details - Trove.
The rejection of doctrinaire eighteenth-century philosophy spawned both scepticism and new, dogmatic systems, and the attraction of Mill and Carlyle to Saint-Simonianism shows this movement in action. Other articles where Saint-Simonianism is discussed: France: The Second Republic, – outlook, in the tradition of Saint-Simonian socialism. His effort to please the assembly probably derived from his hope that the assembly would reciprocate: he wanted funds from the treasury to pay his personal debts and run his household, along with a constitutional amendment that would allow him. Henri de Saint-Simon, in full Claude-Henri de Rouvroy, Comte (count) de Saint-Simon, (born Oct. 17, , Paris, Fr.—died , Paris), French social theorist and one of the chief founders of Christian his major work, Nouveau Christianisme (), he proclaimed a brotherhood of man that must accompany the scientific organization of industry and society. Carlyle, Two Note Books, For Carlyle's references to A Tale of a Tub, see Thomas Carlyle to John A. Carlyle, March , CL, –33; Thomas Carlyle to John A. Carlyle, 30 January , CL, –26; and Thomas Carlyle to John A. Carlyle, 11 November , CL, –
The young Thomas Carlyle (–) had perused many of the Epicurean writings of the French Enlightenment. According to Carlyle, such ‘Epicureanism’ consisted primarily in an emphasis upon pleasure and pain as the springs of human action, and a positing of . The Saint-Simonian ‘apostle’ Gustave d’Eichthal visited England in an effort to convert Mill and Carlyle. Google Scholar See Richard K. P. Pankhurst, The Saint-Simonians, Mill and Carlyle: A Preface to Modern Thought (London: Sidgwick & Jackson, ). The book’s ten chapters may be grouped into two sections. In the first, largely thematic, section (chs. 1–4), Pilbeam recreates the socio-historical conditions that attended the birth of the doctrine and movement, and unpacks the vast Saint-Simonian agenda for improving the moral, physical and intellectual condition of ‘the most populous. The Saint Simonians, Mill and Carlyle: A Preface to Modern Though, Norwood, PA: Norwood Editions, ISBN ISBN ; St-Simon, "Letters from an Inhabitant of Geneva to His Contemporaries" at the Marxist Internet Archive. Shine, e and the Saint-Simonians: The Concept of Historical Periodiciy, New York: Octagon.