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Claude Henri, Count de Saint-Simon (1760–1825)

Saint-Simon, Claude Henri, Count de (sa sē-mô‘). A French socialist reformer; born at Paris, Oct. 17, 1760; died on May 19, 1825. His first work, ‘Letters of an Inhabitant of Geneva to his Contemporaries’ (1802), proposed a scientific reconstruction of society; to the same end he wrote: ‘Reorganization of European Society’ (1814); ‘The Organizer’ (1820); ‘The Industrial System’ (3 vols., 1821–23); ‘Literary, Philosophical, and Industrial Opinions’ (1825); ‘Industrial Catechism’ (1825); ‘The New Christianity.’