Olivier Ghuzel considers this pioneering dystopic novel the fruit of an experiment that rhymes Souvestre's literary project, influenced by his Saint-Simonian
convictions, with Bertall's background as a satirical cartoonist.
What is certain is that once in Algeria she became acquainted with well-implanted Saint-Simonian
circles, partook in their fascination for the Orient, and espoused their belief in the emancipatory power of education.
(19) (Auguste Comte was an early disciple of Saint-Simon but broke away over philosophical differences.) Later, when Mill began to warm to the Saint-Simonian
philosophy, he made it clear that his debt was only partial and formal, not substantive.
The Introduction first traces the history of the Suez Canal project, drawing attention to its links with Saint-Simonian
ideology which melded idealism and scientific progress, utopian longings and technological accomplishment.
Political Economy and Industrialism: Banks in Saint-Simonian
He describes how their discretionary control over the Arab territories provided them a human laboratory for their experiments with Saint-Simonian
reforms, and the geographic space to erect a semi-autonomous and protected Arab Kingdom.
Drawing from Saint-Simonian
utopianism, Mazzinian republicanism, and Marxist socialism, Garibaldi became "an idealist without ideologies" (xi).
204-17 and a discussion of Saint-Simonian
The second section examines the transference of the bodies of the monarch and of the Christ to the body of the people, through readings of Alexandre Dumas, Jules Michelet, and the Saint-Simonian
writings of Pere Enfantin.
Against Autonomy: Relational Selfhood in Saint-Simonian
Workers' Letter Writing and Reading Practices
He aligns himself with the Saint-Simonian
denunciation of 'l'exploitation de l'homme par l'homme', which is more pertinent in the modern world than laments over inherited privileges.
Haussmann, Harvey shows, was deeply influenced by Saint-Simonian
utopianism, drawing out especially its authoritarian and populist sides while trying (sometimes) to reconcile these with 'an uneasy respect for private property and the market' (86).