By Niki Raapana & Nordica Friedrich
By Alan Watt
By Aaron Franz
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Categorizing endlessly, ceaselessly indulging in neologisms, Fourier's tone is also quite idiosyncratic, with unexpected shifts from the serious to a comic which is at times wry, at times hilarious. He had many followers, in France, England, and elsewhere. In the United States, at Brook Farm, Arthur Brisbane tried to put his principles into practice. Other attempts to found phalansteries were equally abortive, except for the much-modified ‘familistère’ at Guise which survived into the 20th c. He was much appreciated by the Surrealists and again during May 1968; Barthes wrote about him in Sade, Fourier, Loyola (1971).
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Elias Hicks (March 19, 1748 – February 27, 1830) was an itinerant Quaker preacher from Long Island, New York. He promoted doctrines that embroiled him in controversy that led to the first major schism within the Religious Society of Friends. Elias Hicks was the older cousin of the painter Edward Hicks, also known then as a Quaker preacher.
Twentieth Century Utopia
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The Boris Sidis Archive presents here most of the writings of this great psychologist, who was
deleted from the histories of American psychology, possibly because of the adverse journalism surrounding his son: 15 books, 40 articles, 22 reviews of his works; and, we assume, all known biographical material.
Notes correlation of sunspot cycles and political revolutions...