OTHER WORDS FROM FourierismFou·ri·er·ist, Fou·ri·er·ite [foo r-ee-uh-rahyt] /ˈfʊər i əˌraɪt/, nounFou·ri·er·is·tic, adjective
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Anti-slavery was destructive; Fourierism professed to be constructive.
Experiments therefore always fall into a combination of Owenism and Fourierism.
Thus far we have been disposing of the preludes of Fourierism.
When Fourierism failed he devoted himself to Protective Unions.
Swedenborgianism was a godsend to the enthusiasts of Brook Farm; and they made it the complement of Fourierism.