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Frédéric Moret

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1A Diagram, Illustrative of the Formation of the Human Character, Suggested by Mr Owen ’s Development of a New View of Society, London, Wheatley and Adlard, 1824, 15 p.

2An Essay, in Answer to the Question, Whether Does the Principle of Competition, with Separate Individual Interests ; or, the Principle of United Exertions, with Combined and Equal Interests ; Form the most Secure Basis for the Formation of Society ?, London, James Watson, 1834, 68 p.

3Rules of the National Community Friendly Society Held in the Social Institution, Great-George-Street, Salford, Lancashire, Manchester, A. Heywood, 1837, 24 p.

4The Constitution and Laws of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists, London, the Society, 1839, 47-12 p.

5An Answer to the Reply of the Revd. G. Hallat to the Socialists’ Address. By a Yarmouth Socialist, Yarmouth, the author, 1839, 18 p.

6Socialism set at Rest by the Weekly Dispatch and Resus Citated by the London District Board of the Universal Community Society, London, Watson-Hetherington, 1840, 12 p.

7A Calculation of the Result of the Industry of Five Hundred Persons of the Working Classes, London, Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists, Social Tracts n° 2, [1840], 4 p.

8Man The Creature of Circumstances, London, UCSRR, Social Tracts n° 4, 1840, 2 p.

9Human Nature ; or the Moral Science of Man, London, Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists, Social Tracts n° 5, 1840, 6 p.

10Conjonctures on Theology by the Rational Religionists, London, Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists, Social Tracts n° 6, 1840, 6 p.

11Outlines of the Rational System of Society by R. Owen, London, Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists, Social Tracts n° 7, 1840, 8 p.

12Address to all Classes, Sects and Parties, London, Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists, Social Tracts n° 8, 1840, 4 p.

13Statement Submitted to the Most Noble the Marquis of Normanby, Secretary of State for the Home Department, Relative to the Principles and Objects of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists by the Branch Al of that Society, London, Johnston’s Steam Press, 1840, 16 p. Second édition, Leeds, The Central Board of the UCSRR, J. Hobson, 1840, vi-155-10-12 p.

14ARISTARCHUS, The Only Conservative System of Joint Stock Commercial and Industrial Association Abridged from a Familiar Letter to a Friend, London, Ostell, 1842, 16 p.

15CHRISTIANUS, Mr Owen’s Proposed Villages of the Poor Shown to be highly Favourable to Christianity : in a Letter to William Wilberforce, Esq. M. P, London, Taylor and Hessey, 1819, 20 p.

16ETHNICUS, Why am I a Socialist ? or a Defence of Social Principles ; in a Letter to a Christian Friend, Glasgow, Paton & Love, 1840, 16 p.

17JUNIUS, Six Letters on the Theory and Practice of Socialism Addressed to all Classes of the Population of Great Britain, London, Hetherington, 1845, 15 p.

Auteurs

18ALLEN William, Colonies at Home, Lindfield, C. Greene, 1826,11-27 p.

19– A Plan for Benefitting the Agricultural Labourers, London, Effingham Wilson, 1831, 45 p.

20– A Plan for Diminishing the Poor’s Rates in Agricultural Disctricts, etc., London, Longman & Co., 1833, 28 p.

21– Life of William Allen, with Selections from his Correspondence, London, Charles Gilpin, 1846, 3 vol.

22ATKINSON William, Popery Unmasked, and her Supporters Exposed, in Speeches Delivered at the Popish Meeting, Held at Leeds, December 5, 1828. With Extracts from the Roman Canon Law, the Rev. Dr. Phillpott’s letter to C. Butler, etc., Leeds, T. Inchbold, 1829, 76 p.

23– The State of the Science of Political Economy Investigated, Wherein is Shewn the Defective Character of the Arguments Advanced for Elucidating the Laws of the Formation of Wealth, London, Whittaker & Co., 1838, 73 p.

24– Principles of Political Economy ; or, the Laws of the Formation of National Wealth, Developed by Means of the Christian Law of Government ; Being the Substance of a Case Delivered to the Hand-loom Weavers Commission, London, Whittaker & Co., London, 1840, xvi-247 p.

25BAILEY James Napier, Lycurgus and the Spartans Historically Considered [...] Illustrating the Power of Circumstances in Forming the Human Character, Leeds, Joshua Hobson, 1840, 31 p.

26– Preliminary Discourse on the Objects, Pleasures and Advantages of the Science of Society, Leeds, Joshua Hobson, 1840, 32 p.

27– Gehenna, its Monarch and Inhabitants : a Dissertation on the [...] Kingdom of Hell, etc., Leeds, Joshua Hobson, 1841, 32 p.

28– The Pleasures and Advantages of Literature and Philosophy Briefly Illustrated and Explained, Leeds, Joshua Hobson, 1841, 34 p.

29– Sketches of Indian Character : Being a Brief Survey of the Principal Features of Character Exhibited by the North American Indians ; Illustrating the Aphorism of the Socialists, that « Man is the creature of circumstances » Compiled by J.N. Bailey, Leeds, J. Hobson, 1841, 61 p.

30– Essays on Miscellaneous Subjects : Historical, Moral, and Political, Leeds, Joshua Hobson, 1842, 212 p.

31BARMBY John Goodwyn, New Tracts for the Times : or, Warmth, Light, and Food for the Masses. Bible Proofs from Isaiah Against Jesus Christ’s Being the Messiah, London, B.D. Cousins, 1842 ?, no. 1. vol. 1, 14 p.

32– The Poetry of Childhood, London, W. Tweedie, 1852, 29 p.

33– The Poetry of Home, London, W. Tweedie, 1853, 52 p.

34BELLERS John, Proposals for a Colledge of Industry of all Useful Trades and Husbandry. 1696. Reproduit dans The Life of Robert Owen Written by Himself with Selections from his Writings and Correspondence, London, Effingham Wilson, 1857-58, 2 vol., 390 et 358 p.

35BOWER Samuel, Competition in Peril ; or, the Present Position of the Owenites, or Rationalists, Considered ; Together with Miss Martineau ’s Account of Communities in America, London, Cleave, 1837, 12 p.

36– The Peopling of Utopia ; or, the Sufficiency of Socialism for Human Happiness : Being a Comparison of the Social and Radical Schemes, Bradford, C. Wilkinson, 1838, 15 p.

37– A Sequel to the Peopling of Utopia ; or, the Sufficiency of Socialism for Human Happiness : Being a Further Comparison of the Social and Radical Schemes, Bradford, C. Wilkinson, 1838, 20 p.

38BRAY Charles, The Philosophy of Necessity ; or, the law of consequences ; as Applicable to Mental, Moral, and Social Science, London, Longman & C°, 1841,2 vol., viii-663 p.

39– The Education of the Feelings, London, Taylor & Walton, 1838, 195 p.

40BRAY John Francis, Labour’s Wrongs and Labour’s Remedy, or the Age of Might and the Age of Right, Leeds, David Green, 1839, 216 p.

41– A Voyage from Utopia, London, Lawrence & Wishart, 1957, 192 p. Edited with an introduction by M.F. Lloyd-Prichard. [With portraits.] Manuscrit de 1842, consultable à la bibliothèque de la London School of Economics.

42BROWN John, Remarks on the Plans and Publications of Robert Owen, etc., Edinburgh, Ogle, Allardice & Thomson, 1817, 60 p.

43BUCHANAN Robert, The Religion of Past and Present, Manchester, A. Heywood, 1839, 23 p.

44– A Concise History of Modern Priestcraft, from the Time of Henry VIII until the present period, Manchester, A. Heywood, 1840, 172 p.

45– Socialism Vindicated in Reply to a Sermon Entitled « Socialism Denounced » Preached by the Revd W.J. Kidd, etc., Manchester, A. Heywood, 1840, 8 p.

46– An Exposure of the Falsehoods, Calumnies, and Misrepresentations of a Pamphlet, Entitled, « The Abominations of Socialism Exposed », Being a Refutation of the Charges and Statements of the Rev. Joseph Barker and [...] others, etc., Manchester, A. Heywood, 1841 ?, 48 p.

47– The Past, the Présent, and the Future. A poem, Manchester, A. Heywood, 1841, 72 p.

48BUCKINGHAM James Silk, National Evils and National Remedies with the Plan of a Model Town. Accompanied by an Examination of Some Important Moral and Political Problems, London, Peter Jackson, 1849, xxx-512 p.

49CAMPBELL Alexander, Socialism. Public Discussion Between Mr Alexander Campbel, Socialist Missionary, and the Rev. J.T. Bannister, of Coventry. Coventry, Henry Merridew, 1839, 120 p.

50– A Report ofthe Public Discussion on Socialism, Between Mr Brindley the Advocate of Christianity and Mr Campbell, Socialist Missionary, Sheffield, T. Hardcastle, 1840, 32 p.

51CLARKE John G., A Critical Review of the Life, Character, Miracles, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ, in a Series of letters to Dr. Adam Clarke, London, J. Clarke, 1825, 315 p.

52– The Christian’s Looking-Glass ; or, a Reply to the Animadversions of the Rev. Dr. Redford [...] and the Clergy of all Denominations, who Attempt to Oppose the Religion of Charity as Propounded by Robert Owen, Being a Lecture Delivered in the Social Institution, Manchester, Manchester, A. Heywood ; Hulme, Wm. Chadwick, 1838, 16 p.

53COMBE Abram, An Address to the Conductors of the Periodical Press Upon the Causes of Religious and Political Disputes, with Remarks on the Local and General Definition of Certain Words and Terms which Have Been Often the Subject of Controversy, Edinburgh, Bell & Bradfute, 1823, 48 p.

54– Metaphorical Sketches of the Old and New Systems, with Opinions on Interesting Subjects, Edinburgh, Bell & Bradfute, 1823, VII-186 p.

55– The Sphere for Joint-stock Companies ; or the way to Increase the Value of Land, Capital and Labour ; with an Account of the Establishment at Orbiston, in Lanarkshire, Edinburgh, Bell & Bradfute, 1825, 69 p.

56CONINGHAM William, The Self-organized Co-operative Associations in Paris and the French Republic. A Public Lecture, etc., London, Palmer & Clayton, 1851, 24 p.

57COOPER Robert, A Contrast Between the New Moral World and the Old Immoral World. A Lecture, etc., Hulme, William Chadwick, 1838, 16 p.

58– A Lecture on Original Sin, Fourth édition. Manchester, A. Heywood, 1839, 24 p.

59– The « Holy Scriptures » Analyzed ; or, Extracts from the Bible, Shewing its Contradictions, Absurdities and Immoralities. By Robert Cooper. Second edition to which is added a vindication of the work, Manchester : Jas. Cooper ; Hulme : William Chadwick, 1840, 44 p.

60– The Infidel’s Text-Book, Being the Substance of Thirteen Lectures on the Bible, Hull, R. Johnson, 1846, 198 p.

61– Death-Bed Repentance ; its Fallacy and Absurdity, when Applied as a Test of the Truth of Opinion... A Lecture, Fifth edition, with additions. London, E. Truelove, 1852, 16 p.

62– Brewin Grant Refuted Lectures to the Working Classes on Christianity and Secularism ; Being a Review of the Arguments of the Rev. B. Grant and Rev. J.H. Hinton, London : J. Watson ; R. Cooper, 1853, 30 p.

63– The Immortality of the Soul, Religiously and Philosophically Considered in a Series of Lectures, London, James Watson, 1853, 100 p.

64– A Popular Development of Atheism, Being a Reply to Mr. Knight’s « Atheism renounced ». A lecture, etc., London, James Watson, 1853, 16 p.

65CORNISH Samuel, Observations upon Political and Social Reform, with a Sketch of the Various and Conflicting Theories of Modern Political Economists, London, Universal Community Society, Social Tracts n° 1, 1840, 8 p.

66DAVENPORT Allen, The Muse’s Wreath ; Composed of Original Poems, London, The Author, 1830 ?, 71 p.

67– The Life, Writings and Principles of Thomas Spence, Author of the Spencean System, or Agrarian Equality [...] With a Portrait of the Autho, London, Wakelin, 1836, 24 p.

68– Origin of Man and the Progress of Society, London, Watson, 1846, 15 p.

69DETROSIER Rowland, An Address Delivered at the New Mechanic’s Institution [...] Manchester [...] December 30, 1829, Manchester, T. Forrest, 1829, 20 p.

70– On the Necessity of an Extension of Moral and Political Instruction Among the Working Classes : an Address, Delivered to the Members of the New Mechanic’s Institution, Manchester [...] March 25, 1831, Manchester, T. Forrest, 1831, 18 p.

71– An Address on the Advantages of the Intended Mechantes’ Hall of Science, Delivered at the Manchester New Mechanics ’ Institution [...] December 31s’ 1831, Manchester, Hampson & Hadfield, 1832, 8 p.

72– Lecture on the Utility of Political Unions, for the Diffusion of Sound Moral & Political Information Amongst the People [...] Delivered to the Members of the National Political Union, Saville House, March 26th, 1832, London, John Brooks, 1832, 24 p.

73– The Benefits of General Knowledge ; More Especially, the Sciences of Mineralogy, Geology, Botany, and Entomology, Being an Address Delivered at the Opening of the Banksian Society, Manchester [...] January 5th, 1829, London, Cleave, 1834 ?, 15 p.

74DUNCAN James Elmslie, Pe-ans for the People, etc. [In prose and verse], London, Kerton, 1848, np.

75ETZLER John Adolphus, The Paradise Within the Reach of all Men, Without Labour, by Powers of Nature and Machinery. An Address to all Intelligent Men, London, John Brooks, 1836, viii-216 p.

76– The New World : or Mechanical System to Perform the Labours of Man and Beast [...] with Plates. By J.A.E., as a Sequel of his Paradise, etc., Philadelphia, C.F. Stollmeyer, 1841, 75 p.

77– Emigration to the Tropical World for the Melioration of all Classes of People of all Nations, Ham Common, Surrey, Concordium Press, 1844, 24 p.

78– Two visions : [...] a Revelation of Futurity, Ham Common, Surrey, Concordium Press, 1844, 24 p.

79EVANS Thomas, Christian Policy, the Salvation of the Empire. Being a Clear and Concise Examination into the Causes that Have Produced the Impending, Unavoidable National Bankruptcy..., London, 2nd édition, printed for the author, by Seale and Bates, 1816, VIIII-48 p.

80FINCH John, The Millennium, or the Wisdom of Jesus and the Foolery of Sectarianism, in Twelve Letters, Liverpool, Ross and Nightingale, 1837, 24 p.

81– Moral Code of the New Moral World, or Rational State of Society ; Containing the Laws of Human Nature, Upon Which are Based Man ’s Duty to Himself to Society, and to God, Liverpool, James Stewart, 1840, 8 p.

82– A Reformed Established Church the Best Means of Obtaining Mental and Religious Liberty, etc., Liverpool, J. Stewart, 1841, 24 p.

83FINCH John the Younger, Statistics of Vauxhall Ward, Liverpool ; Showing the Actual Condition of More than Five Thousand Families [...] With Observations, and Explanatory Letters, Liverpool, Joshua Walmsley, 1842, iv-55 p.

84FINCH William Stafford, The Present Circumstances of the Poor Displayed, and the Means Suggested for their Improvement : in Accordance with the Plans of the Church of England Self-supporting Village Society, London, J.W. Parker, 1850, iv-25-16 p.

85FLEMING George Alexander, The Right Application of Science. Address Delivered at the Opening of the Huddersfield Hall of Science, Nov. 3, 1839, Leeds, J. Hobson, 1839, 24 p.

86– The Infidelity of Professed Christianity ; or, the Church and Competitive Society Tried by the Bible and Convicted. A Lecture, Delivered at the Social Institution, Salford, Manchester, A. Heywood ; London, Hetherington, etc., 1840, 16 p.

87GRAY John, A Lecture on Human Happiness... A General Review of the Causes of the Existing Evils of Society [...] To Which are Added the Articles of Agreement Drawn up and Recommended by the London Cooperative Society, for the Formation of a Community on Principles of Mutual Cooperation, etc., London, Sherwood, 1825, 72-16 p.

88– The Social System : a Treatise on the Principle of Exchange, Edinburgh, 1831, XVI-374 p.

89GREAVES James Pierrepont, Physical and Metaphysical Hints for Everybody, London, Sherwood, 1827, 127 p.

90– Three Hundred Maxims for the Consideration of Parents, London, Darton & Clark, 1837, xviii-92 p.

91– A Prospectus for the Establishment of a CONCORDIUM, or an Industry Harmony College, London, Strange, 1841, 8 p.

92– A Brief Account of the First Concordium, Ham Common, The Concordium, 1843, 8 p.

93– Letters, and Extracts front the MS. writings of J.P.G. Edited by A. Campbell, 2 vol., Ham Common, The Concordium, 1843-45, XX-208 et 265 p.

94– The New Nature in the Soul. From the Journal of J.P.G., London, J. Chapman, 1847, 89 p.

95– New Theosophic Revelations. From the MS. journal of J.P.G., London, J. Chapman, 1847, IV-294 p.

96GREEN David, The Claims of the Redemption Society Considered [...] Being a Lecture, etc., London, Berger, 1849, 28 p.

97GREEN John, The Emigrants. A Lecture Delivered in the Social Institution, Tarlton-Street, Liverpool, August, 1838, Manchester, A. Heywood, 1838, 33 p.

98– Caspar Hauser, or the Power of External Circumstances Exhibited in Forming the Human Character, with Remarks, Manchester, Heywood, 1840 ?, 36 p.

99HALL Charles, The Effects of Civilisation in European States. Originally printed in 1805, London, Charles Giplin, The Phoenix Library, 1850, XV-252 p.

100HALL Theodore, The Gordian Knot Untied : or the Moral Impossibility of the Biblebeing True, Being an Answer to a Work Entitled « The Gordian Knot of Infidelity » [...] by the Rev. W J. Kidd, etc., Manchester, A. Heywood, 1841, 48 p.

101HANSON John, The Dissection of Owenism Dissected, or a Socialist’s Answer to Mr. F.R. Lees’s Pamphlet Entitled « A Calm Examination of the Fundamental Principles of Robert Owen’s Misnamed Rational System », Leeds, J. Hobson, 1838, 34 p.

102HASLAM C.J., A Defence of the Social Principles Delivered in the Social Institution, Salford, by C.J.H. Being an Answer to a Lecture [...] by the Rev. J.R. Beard [...], second édition, Manchester, A. Heywood, 1837 ?, 12 p.

103– The Evils of Private Property Being an Answer to a Letter by the Rev. J. Barker. Manchester, Heywood, 1838, 12 p.

104– Letters to the Clergy of all Denominations, Showing the Errors, Absurdities and Irrationalities oftheir Doctrines, Manchester, Hulme, 1838- 41, 24 lettres.

105– Who are the Infidels, Those who Call Themselves Socialists, or Followers of Robert Owen, or Those who Call Themselves Christians, or Followers of Jesus Christ ?, Third edition, Manchester, A. Heywood, 1840 ?, 12 p.

106– Materials for Deciding the Question, Whether or not the Bible is the Word of God ? In a Series of Letters Addressed to the Bishop of Exeter, Salford, 1841.

107HENNELL Mary, An Outline of the Various Social Systems and Communities which Have been Founded on the Principle of Co-operation, With an introductory essay by the author of « The Philosophy of Necessity » [C. Bray], London, Longman, 1844, cxiv-252 p.

108HOBSON Joshua, Socialism as it is ! Lectures in Reply to the Fallacies and Misrepresentations of the Rev. John Eustace Giles, Baptist Minister, Leeds, Leeds, J. Hobson, 1838, iv-144 p.

109HODGSKIN Thomas, Labour Defended Against the Claims of Capital, or the Unproductiveness of Capital Proved with Reference to the Present Combinations Amongst Journeymen, 1825, 33 p. Edition française in J.-P. Osier : Thomas Hodgskin : une critique prolétarienne de l’économie politique, Paris, Maspéro, 1976, 141 p.

110– Popular Political Economy, Four Lectures Delivered at the London Mechanics’Institution, London, C. and W. Tait, 1827, xv-268 p.

111– The Natural and Artificial Right of Property Contrasted. A Séries of Letters [...] by the Author of Labour Defended Against the Claims of Capital, London, B. Steil, 1832, iv-188 p.

112HOLYOAKE George Jacob, The Spirit of Bonner in the Disciples of Jesus : or the Cruelty and Intolerance of Christianity, Displayed in the Prosecution for Blasphemy of Charles Southwell, London, Hetherington & Cleave, 1842, 16 p.

113– A Visit to Harmony Hall ! Reprinted from The Movement, London, Hetherington, 1844, 27 p.

114– Rationalism : a Treatise for the Times, London, Watson, 1845, 47 p.

115– The Value of Biography, in the Formation of Individual Character... A Lecture, London, Watson, 1845, 16 p.

116– Paley Refuted in his Own Words, London, Hetherington, 1847, 39 p.

117– Literary Institutions, their Relations to Public Opinion, London, Watson, 1849, 16 p.

118HORTON Harry Howello, Community, the Only Salvation for Man. A Lecture Delivered in the Social Institution, Salford, on Sunday Morning, September 16th, 1838, Manchester, A. Heywood, 1838, 22 p.

119JONES Lloyd, A Reply to Mr. R. Carlile’s Objections to the Five Fundamental Facts as Laid Down by Mr. Owen. An Answer to a Lecture Delivered in his Chapel, Nov. 27, 1837, Manchester, A. Heywood, 1837, 16 p.

120– Socialism Examined. Report of a Public Discussion which Took Place at Huddersfield, on [...] December 13th, 14th, 15th, 1837, Between the Rev. T. Dalton [...] and Mr. Lloyd Jones [...] upon « the Five Fundamentalfacts, and the Twenty Laws of Human Nature, as Found in the Book of the New Moral World, Written by R. Owen, Esq. » Revised by the disputants, Manchester, A. Heywood, 1838, 68 p.

121– Report of the Discussion Betwixt Mr Troup, Ditor of the Montrose Review, on the Part of the Philalethean Society, and Mr Lloyd Jones, of Glasgow, on the Part of the Socialists in the Watt Institution Hall, Dundee, on the Evenings of Tuesday and Wednesday, 17th and 18th September 1839, on the Propositions, I. That Socialism is Atheistical ; and II. That Atheism is Incredible and Absurd, Dundee, James Chalmers and Alexander Reid, 1839, 48 p.

122– The Freaks of Faith : or an Account of Some of the Many Messiahs who Have Deluded Mankind, second edition, Manchester, A. Heywood, 1840, 22 p.

123KNIGHT Henry L., A Lecture on Irresponsability, Moral and Natural Including Animadversions on the Objections of the Author of the Electrical Theory Delivered in the Social Institution, Oldham, Hulme, Chadwick, 1838, 16 p.

124LUNN Edwin, A Lecture on Prayer, its Folly, Inutility and Irrationality Demonstrated. Delivered in the Social Institution, Huddersfield, March 31, 1839, Manchester, A. Heywood, 1839, 24 p.

125– Divine Revelation Examined. A Lecture on the Nature and Attributes of the Deity, as Revealed to us in Scriptures, or the Truth of the First Article of the Creed of the new Moral World Demonstrated as far as that Article Concerns the Bible, Manchester, A. Heywood, 1840 ?, 22 p.

126MACCONNELL Thomas, The Signs of the Times. A lecture delivered in [...] Robert Owen’s Institution, London, Eamonson, 1832, 14 p.

127– The Prize Essay on « The Present Condition of the People of this Country, and the best Means of Improving it », London, W. Strange, 1838, 60 p.

128MAC CORMAC Henry, On the Best Means of Improving the Moral and Physical Condition of the Working Classes, London, Longman, Rees, 1830, 24 p.

129– A Plan for the Relief of the Unemployed Poor, Belfast, Stuart & Gregg, 1830, 32 p.

130– An Appeal in Behalf of the Poor, Belfast, S. Archer, 1831, 27 p.

131– The Philosophy of Human Nature ; in its Physical, Intellectual and Moral Relations ; with an Attempt to Demonstrate the Order of Providence in the Threefold Constitution of our Being, London, Longman-Rees, 1837, xi-564 p.

132– On the Connexion of Atmospheric Impurity with Disease, Belfast, Belfast Social Inquiry Society, 1852, 7 p.

133MARRIOTT Joseph, A Catechism on Circumstances ; or, the Foundation Stone of a Community, second edition. Manchester, Heywood, 1841, 8 p.

134MORGAN John Minter (PHILANTHROPOS, pseud.), Remarks on the Practicability of Mr. Robert Owen ’s Plan to Improve the Condition of the Lower Classes, London, Samuel Leigh, 1819, viii-87 p.

135– The Revoit of the Bees, London, Longman, 1826, 272 p.

136– Letter to the Bishop of London, second édition, London, Hunt, Chance, 1830, 66 p.

137– The Reproof of Brutus [A poem, by J.M.M.], London, Longman, 1830, xxvii-229 p.

138– Address to the Proprietors of the University of London, London, Longman, Rees, 1833, 35 p.

139– Hampden in the Nineteenth Century : or Colloquies on the Errors and Improvement of Society, London, Moxon, 1834, xvi-389-vi-431 p.

140– The Critics Criticised : with Remarks on a Passage in Dr. Chalmers Bridgewater Treatise. By the Author of Hampden in the Nineteenth Century, London, Edward Moxon, 1834, 56 p.

141– Colloquies on Religion... Being a Supplement to Hampden in the Nineteenth Century, London, Moxon, 1837, xi-219 p. Second edition, 1851.

142– Religion and Crime ; or, the Condition of the People, London, Henry Hooper, 1840, 32 p.

143– The Christian Commonwealth to which is Added An Inquiry Respecting Private Property, from a Periodical of 1827, London, 1845, London, The Phoenix Library, 1850, xi-151 p.

144– Letters to a Clergyman, on Institutions for Ameliorating the Condition of the People. Chiefly front Paris, in the Autumn of 1845, London, Chapman and Hall, 1846, iv-192 p.

145– A Brief Account of the Stockport Sunday-School in The Phoenix Library. A Séries of Original and Reprinted Works, Bearing on the Renovation and Progress of Society, in Religion, Morality, and Science, London, Ch. Gilpin, 1850, xii-217 p.

146– Letter to the Right Hon. Lord Ashley, on the Elevation and Employment of the People in The Phoenix Library. A Séries of Original and Reprinted Works, Bearing on the Renovation and Progress of Society, in Religion, Morality, and Science, London, Ch. Gilpin, 1850, xii-217 p.

147– The Triumph : or, the Corning Age of Christianity. Selections from Authors, Chiefly Religious and Philosophical ; on the Necessity of Early and Consistent Training, no Less than Teaching, London, Longman & C°, 1851, xix-260 p.

148MUDIE George, A Solution of the Portentous Enigma of Modern Civilisation, now Perplexing Republicans as Well as Monarchs with Fear of Change Addressed to Charles Louis Napoleon Bonaparte, President of the French Republic and Author of a Work on the Extinction of Pauperism, London, C. Cox, 1849, 36 p.

149MURPHY John Lowther, An Essay Towards a Science of Consciousness, more Particularly Illustrative of the Phenomena of Human Knowledge, Feeling, and Action, London, Birmingham [printed], Simpkin, Marshall and C°, 1838, 238 p.

150– The Elements of Socialism. Compiled by the Author of « An Essay Towards a Science of Consciousness », Birmingham, Watts, 1840, 28 p.

151OGILVIE William, An Essay of the Right of Property in Land, with Respect to its Foundation in the Law of Nature ; Its Present Establishment by the Municipal Laws of Europe and the Regulations by Which it Might be Rendered More Beneficial to the Lower Ranks of Mankind, London, J. Walter, 1781, XII-232 p.

152OWEN Robert, A New View of Society or Essays on the Principle of the Formation of the Human Character, and the Application of the Principle to Practice, London, Cadell and Davies, 1813, 124 p. Reproduit dans The Life of Robert Owen Written by Himself, with Selections from his Writings and Correspondence, London, Effingham Wilson, 1857-58, 2 vol., 390-358 p.

153– Report to the County of Lanark, of a Plan for Relieving Public Distress and Removing Discontent, by Giving Permanent, Productive Employment to the Poor and Working Classes, under Arrangements which will Essentially Improve their Character, and Ameliorate their Condition, Diminish the Expenses of Production and Consumption, and Create Markets Coextensive with Production, May 1, 1820, London, 1815-1820. Reproduit dans The Life of Robert Owen Written by Himself, with Selections from his Writings and Correspondence, London, Effingham Wilson, 1857-58, 2 vol., 390 et 358 p.

154– An Address Delivered to the Inhabitants of New Lanark, on the First of January, 1816, at the Opening of the institution Established for the Formation of Character, London, P. Longman, Hurst, Rees..., Third Edition, 1817, 48 p.

155– Address Delivered at the City of London Tavern on Thursday, August, 21st, and Published in the London Newspapers of August 22th, 1817, London, 1817. Reproduit dans The Life of Robert Owen Written by Himself, with Selections from his Writings and Correspondence, London, Effingham Wilson, 1857-58, 2 vol., 390 et 358 p.

156– Letter Published in the London Newspapers of August 9th, 1817, London, 1817. Reproduit dans The Life of Robert Owen Written by Himself, with Selections from his Writings and Correspondence, London, Effingham Wilson, 1857-58, 2 vol., 390 et 358 p.

157– Letter Published in the London Newspapers of September 10th, 1817, London, 1817. Reproduit dans The Life of Robert Owen Written by Himself, with Selections from his Writings and Correspondence, London, Effingham Wilson, 1857-58, 2 vol., 390 et 358 p.

158– Report to the Committee of the Association for the Relief of the Manufacturing and Labouring Poor, Referred to the Committee of the House of Commons on the Poor Laws, March, 1817, London, 1817. Reproduit dans The Life of Robert Owen Written by Himself, with Selections from his Writings and Correspondence, London, Effingham Wilson, 1857-58, 2 vol., 390 et 358 p.

159– New State of Society. Mr Owen’s Second Address Delivered at The City of London Tavern on Thursday, August 21, 1817... London, 1817, 4 p. Reproduit dans The Life of Robert Owen Written by Himself, with Selections from his Writings and Correspondence, London, Effingham Wilson, 1857- 58, 2 volumes, 390 et 358 p.

160– Mémoire de M. Robert Owen, de New Lanark, en Écosse adressé aux souverains alliés, assemblés à Aix-la-Chapelle, dans l’intérêt des classes ouvrières... Paris, imp. de Nouzon, 1818, 14 p.

161– Observations on the Effect of the Manufacturing System, London, Longman, 3e éd., 1818, 44 p.

162– « An Attempt to explain the Cause of the Commercial and Other Difficulties which are now experienced in the Civilized Parts of the World ; and to develope the Means by which they may be removed » in Bacon (R.N.) : A Report of the Transactions at the Holkham Sheep-Shearing, on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, July 2, 3, 4, and 5, [1821] being the forty-third Anniversary of that meeting, London, J. Harding, 1821, p. 118-124.

163– An Explanation of the Cause of the Distress which Pervades the Civilized Parts of the World and of the Means Whereby it may be Removed, London, British and Foreign Philanthropie Society, 1823, 12 p.

164– Two Discourses on a New System of Society ; as Delivered in the Hall of Representatives at Washington in the Presence of the President of the United States, London, Whiting & Branston, London Cooperative Society, 1825, 36 p.

165– Address delivered by R.O., at a Public Meeting, Held at the Franklin Institute in the City of Philadelphia, on Monday Morning, June 25, 1827. Philadelphia, Gould and Mortimer, 1827, iv-39 p,

166– The Addresses of R.O., (as Published in the London Journals), Preparatory to the Development of a Practical Plan for the Relief of all Classes Without Injury to any, London, Stephen Hunt, 1830, 49 p.

167– Six Lectures on Charity Delivered at the Institution of New Lanark, Upon the Thirsteenth Chapter of the First Epistle to the Corintians, London, Cousins, 1834, 47 p.

168– Lectures on an Entire New State of Society, Comprehending an Analysis of British Society, Relative to the Production and Distribution of Wealth, the Formation of Character ; and Government, Domestic and Foreign, London, J. Brooks, 1835, 220 p.

169– The Book of the New Moral World Containing the Rational System of Society, Founded on Demonstrable Facts, Developping the Constituion and Laws of Human Nature and of Society, 2e éd., Glasgow, H. Robinson and C°, 1837, XX-75 p.

170– Public Discussion Between Robert Owen, Late of New Lanark and the Rev. J.H. Roebuck of Manchester, Manchester, A. Heywood/London, Hetherington, 1837, 158 p.

171– The Catechism of the New Moral World, Leeds, Hobson, 1838, 12 p.

172– A Development of the Origin and Effects of Moral Evil, and the Principles and Practices of Moral Good, Manchester, A. Heywood, 1838, 12 p.

173– A Dialogue in Three Parts, Between the Founder of « The Association of All Classes of the Nations », and a Stranger Desirous of Being Accurately Informed Respecting its Origin and Objects, London, Hetherington, 1838, 24 p.

174– Six Lectures Delivered in Manchester Previously to the Discussion Between Mr Robert Owen and the Rev J.H. Roebuck and an Address Delivered at the Annual Congress of the « Association of All Classes of All Nations », After the Close of the Discussion, Manchester, A. Heywood/London, Hetherington, 1839, 112 p.

175– Lectures on the Marriages of the Priesthood of the Old Immoral World, Delivered in the Year 1835, Before the Passing of the new Marriage act, Leeds, Hobson, 1840, 92 p.

176– Manifesto of R.O., the Discover, Founder, and Promulgator, of the Rational System of Society, and of the Rational Religion, London, Effingham Wilson, 1840, 63 p.

177– Outline of the Rational System of Society, Founded on Demonstrable Facts, Developping the Constitution and Laws of Human Nature, 6th édition, Leeds, Universal Community of Rational Religionists, 1840, 8 p.

178– The Social Bible, Being an Outline of the Rational System of Society, Founded on Demonstrable Facts, Developing the Constitution and Laws of Human Nature, London, H. Hetherington, 1840 ?, 16 p.

179– An Address to the Socialists on the Present Position of the Rational System of Society ; and the Measures Required to Direct Most Successfully the Operations of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists : Being the Substance of two Lectures, Delivered in London, Previous to the Meeting of Congress, in May 1841, London, Home Colonization Society, 1841, 16 p.

180– A Lecture Delivered in the Mechanics’ Institute, London, on the 30th March, 1840, Second édition, London, Home Colonization Society, 32 p.

181– Lectures on the Rational System of Society, Derived Solely from Nature and Expérience, as Propounded by Robert Owen Versus Socialism, Derived from Misrepresentation, as Explained by the Lord Bishop of Exeter and Others, and Versus the Present System of Society, Derived from the Inexperienced and Crude notions of our Ancestors, as it now Exists in all the Opposing, Artificial, and most Injurious Divisions in all Civilized Nations, but More Especially in the British Empire and in the U.S. of North America by R.O. Delivered in London, at the Egyptian Hall, Picadilly, in February, March, and April, 1841, London, Home Colonization Society, 1841, IV-188 p.

182– The Signs of the Times ; or the Approach of the Millenium, London, Home Colonization Society, 1841, 16 p.

183– The Human Eccalebeion : or the New Moral Warren : Being a Concise but Faithful Exposition of Socialism, London, W. Strange, 1842, 48 p.

184– Adresse à l’Assemblée nationale de France, Paris, Chaix, 1848, 4 p.

185– Courte exposition d’un système social rationnel, Paris, imp. de Marc Aurel, 1848, 6 p.

186– The Revolution in the Mind and Practice of the Human Race, or, the Coming Change front Irrationality to Rationality, London, Effingham Wilson, 1849, xxxii-171 p.

187– A Supplement to the Revolution in Mind and Practice of the Human Race ; Shewing the Necessity for, and the Advantages of, this Universal Change, London, Effingham Wilson, 1849, 83 p.

188– The Future of the Human Race ; or a Great, Glorious, and Peaceful Revolution Near at Hand, to be Effected Through the Agency of Departed Spirits of Good and Superior Men and Women, London, Effingham Wilson, 1853, 76 p.

189– Address to the Human Race on his Eighty-four Birthday, London, Effingham Wilson, 1854, 24-III p.

190– Address Delivered at the Meeting in St Martin ’s Hall, Long Acre, London, on the 1st of January, 1855, Slnd, 30 p.

191– The Life of Robert Owen Written by Himself with Selections from his Writings and Correspondence, London, Effingham Wilson, 1857-58, 2 vol., 390 et 358 p.

192OWEN Robert Date, Moral Physiology ; or, a brief and plain treatise on the Population Question, New York, 1831, 64 p.

193– Address on the Hopes and Destinies of the Human Species, London, Watson, 1836, 16 p.

194– Situations : Lawyers, Clergy, Physicians, Men and Women, London, Watson, 1839, 16 p.

195– Address on Free Inquiry. On Fear as a Motive of Action, London, Watson, 1840, 16 p.

196– An Address on the Influence of the Clerical Profession [...] To which is Added, a Tract and a Warning ; Truth and Error ; On the Fear of God, London, Watson, 1840, 20 p.

197– A Sermon [on Rom. xiii. 1, 2] on Loyalty ; a Remonstrance to God ; and a Sermon on Free Inquiry [on Gen. i. 17], Observations on Public Worship, London, Watson, [1840.], 16 p.

198– Wealth and Misery, London, J. Watson, 1840 ?, 16 p.

199– Galileo and the Inquisition. Effects of Missionary Labours, London, J. Watson, 1841, 16 p.

200– A Lecture on Consistency, London, J. Watson, 1841, 16 p.

201– Prossimo’s Expérience – On the Study of Theology – « Safest to Believe », London, Watson, 1841, 16 p.

202– Darby and Susan. A Taie of OId England, London, Watson, 1842, 16 p.

203PARE William, The Claims of Capital and Labour : with a Sketch of Practical Measures for Their Conciliation, London, 1854, viii-31 p.

204PEMBERTON Robert, The Happy Colony, London, Saunders & Otley, 1854, viii-217 p.

205ROSSER Charles, Thoughts on the New Era of Society. A Lecture Delivered at Mr. Owen’s Institution, London, W. Strange, 1831, 16 p.

206SMITH James Elishama, The Antichrist ; or, Christianity Reformed. In Which is Demonstrated from the Scriptures [...] that Evil and Good are From one Source ; Devil and God one Spirit, etc. [Sixteen lectures.], London, B.D. Cousins, 1833, 252 p.

207– Lecture on a Christian Community, Delivered at the Surry Institution, London, John Brooks, 1833, 20 p.

208– The Little Book, or, Momentous Crisis of 1840, in which the Bishop of Exeter and Robert Owen are Weighed in the two Scales of one Balance, and a New Revelation of Demonstrated Truth is Announced to the World, London, B.D. Cousins, 1840, 36 p.

209SMITH William, Septicism and Infidelity, with their Tendencies ; a Lecture, Coventry, Stephen Knapp, 1840, 17 p.

210SMITH William Hawkes, The Errors of the Social System, being an Essay on Wasted, Unproductive, and Redundand System, Birmingham, J. Drake, 1834, 42 p.

211– Birmingham and its Vicinity, as a Manufacturing and Commercial District : Being a Concise but Comprehensive Historical and Descriptive Account of that Place, London, Tilt ; Birmingham, Radclyffes, 1836, 66-36- 34 p.

212SOUTHWELL Charles, Socialism Made Easy ; or, a Plain Exposition of Mr. Owen’s Views, London, J. Watson, 1840, 16 p.

213– The Trial of C. Southwell, [...] for Blasphemy [...] Reported by W. Carpenter, London, Hetherington, 1842, iv-104 p.

214– The Confessions of a Free-thinker, London, the Author, 1845, 98 p.

215– The Difficulties of Christianity ; Stated in a Series of Letters to the Rev. Hugh M’Neile, Liverpool, J. Shepherd, 1849, 90 p.

216– The Impossibility of Atheism Demonstrated : with Hints to Nominal Atheists : in a Letter to the Freethinkers of Great Britain, London, J. Watson, 1850, 24 p.

217SPENCE Thomas, The Politicals Works, Edited by H.T. Dickinson, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Avers Publication, 1982, XVIII-154 p.

218THOMPSON William, An Inquiry into the Principles of the Distribution of Wealth Most Conductive to Human Happiness Applied to the Newly Proposed System of Voluntary Equality of Wealth, London, Longman, 1824, XXIV-600 p.

219– Appeal of One Half of the Human Race, Women, Against the Pretensions of the Other Half, Men, London, 1825, XVI-222 p.

220– Labour Rewarded, the Claims of Labour and Capital Conciliated. Or, how to Secure to Labor the Whole Products of its Exertions, London, Hunt and Clarke, 1827, VIII-127 p.

221– Practical Directions for the Speedy and Economical Establishment of Communities, on the Principles of Mutual Cooperation, United Possessions and Equality of Exertions and of the Means of Enjoyments, London, Strange, 1830, IV-265-XII p.

222– The Age of Harmony, or a New System of Social Economy, Eminently Calculated to Improve the Circumstances of the Oppressed, Enslaved, and Impoverished Portion of the People of Great Britain and Ireland Addressed to the Industrious Classes, Second edition, Glasgow, Miller, 1834, 36 p.

223THORNTON William Thomas, A Plea for Peasant Proprietors ; with the Outlins of a Plan for their Establishment in Ireland, London, 1848. New edition. London, Macmillan & C°, 1874, xii-268 p.

224WARDER W.S., A Brief Sketch of the Religions Society of People Called Shakers communicated to Mr Owen by W.S. Warden, of Philadelphia, one of the Society of Friends, London, 1817. Reproduit dans The Life of Robert Owen written by himself with selections from his writings and correspondence, London, Effingham Wilson, 1857-58, 2 vol., 390 et 358 p.

225WATTS John, Metaphysical Parallels ; or, Arguments in Juxta-position, for and Against the Existence of God, etc. London, J. Watson, H. Hetherington, 1842 ?, 23 p.

226– Robert Owen, « The Visionary », a Lecture, on the third Anniversary of the Opening of the Manchester Hall of Science, Manchester, Abel Heywood, 1843, 12 p.

227WAYLAND T., National Advancement and Happiness Considered in Reference to the Equalization of Property, and the Formation of Communities, London, Effingham Wilson, 1832, 48 p.

228WRIGHT Frances, Course of Popular Lectures, as Delivered by Frances Wright, in New York, Philadelphia [...] and other cities [...] of the United States. With three Addresses, on Various Public Occasions. And a Reply to the Charges Against the French Reformers of 1789, New York, Office of the Free Enquirer, 1829, 239 p. Autre édition : London, James Watson, 1830 ?, xi-220 p.

229– Address to the Industrious Classes ; a Sketch of a System of National Education, London, Popular Tracts, n° 3, 1830, 12 p.

230– Fables, London, Popular Tracts, n° 8, 1830, 20 p.

231– England, the Civiliser : her History Developed in its Principles, By a Woman [Frances Wright ?], London, Simpkin ; Manchester, Heywood, 1848, vii-470 p.

Socialistes français

Anonymes ou collectifs

232Aux phalanstériens. La commission préparatoire de l’Institut Sociétaire, Paris, imp de Lottin Saint-Germain, 1837, 32 p.

233L’Avenir. Aperçu d’un système d’association domestique, agricole et industriel, d’après la théorie de Charles Fourier, Bordeaux, imp. Henry Faye, 1838, 24 p.

234Contre M. Arago, réclamation adressée à la Chambre des Députés par les rédacteurs du feuilleton de la Phalange. Suivi de la Théorie du droit de propriété par Victor Considerant, Paris, bureau de la Phalange, 1840, 80 p.

235Bases de la politique positive. Manifeste de l’école sociétaire fondée par Fourier, Paris, bureaux de La Phalange, 1841, IV-119 p.

Auteurs

236AUCAIGNE Stanislas, Théorie sociétaire de Ch Fourier. Espérance et bonheur, Cluny, Lyon, au centre de l’Union phalanstérienne, 1841, 270 p.

237BARRIER François, Esquisse d’une analogie de l’homme et de l’humanité, Lyon, dépôt de la Librairie sociétaire, Dorier ; Paris, Librairie sociétaire, 1846, 48 p.

238– Considérations sur l’établissement des crèches dans la ville de Lyon, Lyon, chez les principaux libraires ; Paris, Librairie sociétaire, 1847, 34 p

239BAUDET-DULARY Alexandre, Crise sociale 1834, Paris, imp. Boudon, 1834, 48 p.

240– Essai sur les harmonies physiologiques, Paris, Librairie sociétaire, 1844, ii-364 p.

241BERBRUGGER Adrien, Conférences sur la théorie sociétaire de Charles Fourier, faites au palais Saint-Pierre, salle de la bourse, à Lyon, en septembre 1833, Lyon, Babeuf, Perret, 1833, 105 p.

242BERTHAULT-GRAS F., Opinions, au point de vue religieux de MM. J. Pautet et L. Rousseau sur la théorie sociétaire et observations de M. Berthault-Gras, Chalon-sur-Saône, 1841, 51 p.

243– Identité des morales chrétienne et phalanstérienne, Chalon-sur-Saône, Montalan, 1843, p. 13 à 48.

244– Illusions du journal la Démocratie pacifique, en liberté et bonheur, et nécessité d’une débâcle de sa politique, Chalon, Montalan, 1845, p. 109 à 132.

245– appel aux civilisés pour organiser l’enseignement de la science sociale et substituer le règne de la justice, de la vérité et de la loyauté, au règne de l’injustice, du mensonge et de la fourberie, ou issue du cercle vicieux et entrée dans le cercle vertueux, Chalon, l’auteur, Victor Fouque ; Paris, Louis Labbé, 1847, p. 277 à 432.

246– À Monsieur Émile de Girardin, Slnd, 1851, 87 p.

247BLANC Julien, La Grève des Charpentiers en 1845. Épisode de la crise sociale de l’époque, Paris, Librairie sociétaire, 1845, xvi-270 p.

248BONNARD Arthur de, Organisation d’une commune sociétaire d’après la théorie de Charles Fourier. Ouvrage dédié aux réalisateurs, Saint-Nicolas-de-Port, imp. P. Trenel, 1845, xxxix-131 p.

249– Appel aux femmes, Paris, bulletin de la Société de justice et de vérité pratique, 1847, 8 p.

250– Ligue du salut social. Organisation du travail au moyen des bénéfices donnés par le commerce véridique exercé au nom et au profit des travailleurs. Appel à M. le Baron James de Rotschild, Paris, imp. de Bailly, 1848, 36 p.

251BONNEMERE Eugène, Les paysans au xixe siècle, Nantes, Mellinet, 1847, vi-50 p.

252– Histoire de l’association agricole et solution pratique, Paris, Dusacq, Librairie agricole, Librairie sociétaire, 1850, 166 p.

253BOUDON Raoul, Organisation unitaire des assurances. Mémoire adressé au Gouvernement et aux Chambres, Paris, Dauvin et Fontaine, bureau de la Phalange, 1840, 64 p.

254– Réforme des octrois et des contributions indirectes. Question vinicole Question des bestiaux, Paris, bureau de la Phalange, 1843, 32 p.

255BRETON Philippe, Théorie de la centralisation, suivie d’applications et de projets de réglements aux exposition des beaux-arts, à celle de l’industrie et aux travaux scientifiques, Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1848, 72 p.

256BRIANCOURT Mathieu, L’Organisation du travail et l’association, Paris, 1845, viii-186 p.

257– Visite au Phalanstère, Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1848, xi-340 p.

258BRISSAC Henry, Les Femmes, Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1847, 7 p.

259CANTAGREL François, Le Fou du Palais-Royal, Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1841, 504 p

260– De l’organisation des travaux publics et de la réforme des ponts-et-chaussées, Paris, Librairie sociétaire, 1847, iv-94 p.

261CHEVALIER Emmanuel, Les 27 et 28 août à Cluny, Cluny, Lyon, centre de l’Union phalanstérienne, 1841, 34 p.

262COIGNET François, Projet d’institution des agences communales, Paris, imp. Lange-Lévy, 1848, 8 p.

263– Projet d’association libre et volontaire entre patrons et ouvriers et de réforme commerciale présenté aux comités du travail et de l’agriculture de l’Assemblée nationale au nom du comité du travail de Lyon, Paris, imp. Lange Lévy, 1848, 31 p.

264– Le Crédit collectif suppléant le crédit universel ; suivi de l’organisation politique du peuple, réalisation de l’ordre absolu et de la liberté illimitée, Paris, Librairie sociétaire, 1851, 248 p.

265– Organisation politique du peuple. Réalisation de l’ordre absolu et de la liberté illimitée, Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1851, 48 p.

266COLIN Auguste et le Comte de NAVES, Percement de l’isthme de Suez. Création de la première route universelle du globe, Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1847, 16 p.

267CONSIDERANT Victor, L’Avenir, perspective d’un phalanstère ou palais sociétaire dédié à l’humanité. (D’après le plan de Ch. M. Fourier et accompagné d’une description signée Victor Considerant.), Bordeaux, imp. de H. Faye, sd., plan.

268– Destinée sociale, t. I, Paris, libraires du Palais-Royal, 1834 ; Paris, bureau de la Phalange, 1838, 2 vol., Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1847-48, 2e édition, 3 t., x-488, vii-420 et xii-359 p.

269– Considérations sociales sur l’architectonique, Paris, les libraires du Palais-Royal, 1834, L-84p.

270– Nécessité d’une dernière débâcle politique en France, Paris, bureau de la Phalange, rue Jacob, 1836, 152 p.

271– Trois discours prononcés à l’hôtel-de-ville par MM. Pain, Considerant et d’Izalguier, faisant complément à la publication du Congrès historique, Paris, P.H. Krabbe, 1836, VIII-184 p.

272– La Conversion, c’est l’impôt. À MM. les membres de la Chambre, Paris, Delloye, 1838, 57 p.

273– Déraison et dangers de l’engouement pour les chemins de fer, avis à l’opinion et aux capitaux, Paris, bureau de la Phalange, 1838, 93 p.

274– La Paix ou la guerre, Paris, bureau de la Phalange, 1839, 45 p.

275– « Projet de loi sur les sucres, un enseignement donné au pays ». Extrait de la Phalange du 1er février 1840, Paris, imp. de E. Duverger, 1840, 8 p.

276– Théorie du droit de propriété in Contre M. Arago, réclamation à la Chambre des Députés par les rédacteurs du feuilleton de la Phalange, Paris, bureau de la Phalange, 1840, 80 p.

277– De la Souveraineté et de la régence, Paris, Librairie de l’école sociétaire, 1842, 68 p.

278– De la politique nouvelle, convenant aux intérêts actuels de la société et de ses conditions de développement par la publicité, Paris, imp. de P. Renouard, 1843, 16 p.

279– Note sur les intérêts généraux de la ville de Paris et spécialement du Xe arrondissement. À MM. les électeurs du Xe arrondissement, Paris, imp. de P. Renouard, 1843, 8 p.

280– Les Rédacteurs de La Démocratie pacifique à MM. les magistrats du département de la Seine, Paris, imp. de Lange-Lévy, 1843.

281– Chemins de fer. Ligne de Paris à Lyon et de Paris à Strasbourg. Rapport fait au conseil municipal de Paris sur le tracé de Paris à Strasbourg, Paris, Librairie sociétaire, 1844, 30 p.

282– Petit cours de politique et d’économie sociale, à l’usage des igorants et des savants, Paris, Librairie sociétaire, 1844, 72 p.

283– De la politique générale et du rôle de la France en Europe. Suivi d’une appréciation de la marche du gouvernement depuis juillet 1830, Paris, bureau de la Phalange, 1844, 72 p.

284– Théorie de l’éducation naturelle et attrayante, dédiée aux mères, Paris, Librairie de l’école sociétaire, 1844, XVI-194 p.

285– Compte rendu des leçons professées à Reims, sur l’association domestique et agricole, recueillies par M.A. Lejeune, Reims, imp. de E. Luton, 1845, 71 p.

286– Exposition abrégée du système phalanstérien de Fourier, 3e éd., Paris, Librairie sociétaire, 1845, 114 p.

287– « Ce que valent les affirmations de tribune », extrait de La Démocratie pacifique, Paris, imp. de Lange Lévy, 1847, 6 p.

288– Les Deux Communismes, obsvervations sur la lettre de M. Rey in Rey Joseph : Appel au ralliement des socialistes, Paris, 1847.

289– « Embargo Rotschild sur le chemin de l’Ouest », extraits de La Démocratie pacifique des 18 juin et 10 juillet 1847, Paris, imp. de Lange-Lévy, 1847.

290– Note soumise à MM. les membres de la Commission du timbre des journaux, Paris, imp. de Lange-Lévy, 1847, 6 p.

291– Principes du socialisme, manifeste de la démocratie au xixe siècle, Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1847, 157 p.

292– « Question des enfants-trouvés » (rapport fait au conseil général de la Seine sur un établissement rural de 400 enfants-trouvés). Extrait de La Démocratie pacifique du dimanche 21 novembre 1847, Paris, imp. de Lange-Lévy, 1847, 4 p.

293– Deuxième supplément au rapport-mémoire adressé le 6 décembre 1847 aux actionnaires du chemin de fer de Versailles (rive gauche). Erreurs matérielles de M. Tarbé des Sablons, président du conseil d’administration, Paris, imp. de Lange-Lévy, 1848, 7 p.

294– Le Socialisme devant le vieux monde ou le vivant devant les morts, Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1848, VIII-264 p. Réimpression du 3e tirage, Paris, 1849 ; Paris, Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin, 1981, 225 p.

295– Théorie du droit de propriété et du droit au travail, 3e éd., Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1848, 36 p.

296– Apocalypse ou la prochaine rénovation démocratique et sociale de l’Europe, Paris, Librairie socialiste phalanstérienne, 1849, 2 p.

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305– La Solution, ou le gouvernement direct du peuple, Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1850, 63 p.

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315– Agitation socialiste. Propagation et réalisation de la science sociale, Paris, imp. de Lacombe, 1848, 24 p.

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324FOURIER Charles, Théorie des quatre mouvements et des destinées générales, Leipzig (Lyon, Pelzin), 1808, 11-428 p. in Charles Fourier : Œuvres complètes, 2e éd., Paris, bureaux de la Phalange, 1841, 484 p.

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332– De l’anarchie industrielle et scientifique, Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1847, 70 p.

333– « Égarement de la raison démontré par les ridicules des sciences incertaines et fragments », Extrait de La Phalange, revue de la science sociale, Publication des manuscrits de Fourier, Paris, bureau de la Phalange, 1847, II-128 p.

334– « Analyse du mécanisme de l’agiotage et de la méthode mixte en étude de l’attraction », extrait de La Phalange, revue de la science sociale, Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1848, 128 p.

335– « Cités ouvrières. Des modifications à introduire dans l’architecture des villes », La Phalange, revue de la science sociale, écrit en 1820. Reproduit en brochure, Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1849, 39 p.

336– L’Harmonie universelle et le phalanstère, exposés par Fourier, Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1849, 2 vol.

337– Sur l’esprit religieux des modernes et Dernières analogies, Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1850, 63 p.

338FUGERE H., Organisation du travail par la fondation d’une commune modèle, Paris, imp. Wittersheim, sd, 1 p.

339GAGNEUR Wladimir, Socialisme pratique, Paris, Librairie sociétaire, 1850, vii- 75 p.

340GATTI de GAMOND Zoé, Fourier et son système, 2e éd., Paris, Librairie sociale, 1839, XII-384 p.

341– Réalisation d’une commune sociétaire, d’après la théorie de Charles Fourier, Paris, l’auteur, 1840, 409 p.

342GUÉPIN Ange et BONAMY E., Nantes au xixe siècle. Statistique topographique, industrielle et morale, Nantes, Sebire, 1835, 648 p. Réédition précédée de De l’observation de la ville comme corps social par Ph. Le Pichon et A. Supiot, Centre de recherches politiques de Nantes, université de Nantes 1981, 452 p.

343GUILBAUD P.A., Projet de fondation d’une colonie agricole de jeunes orphelins ou ferme d’asile et d’apprentissage, Paris, imp. de Lacour, sd, 1844, 8 p.

344– Plan pour l’établissement comme germe d’harmonie sociétaire d’une maison rurale industrielle d’apprentissage pour 200 élèves, Paris, Lacour, 1840, 27 p.

345HAREL Charles, Ménage sociétaire ou moyen d’augmenter son bien-être en diminuant sa dépense, Paris, au bureau de la Phalange, 1839, x-212 p.

346HENNEQUIN Victor, Féodalité ou association. Type d’organisation du travail pour les grands établissements industriels à propos des houillères du bassin de la Loire, Paris, Librairie sociétaire, 1846, xii-50 p.

347– Théorie de Charles Fourier. Exposition faite à Besançon, en mars 1847, Paris, Librairie sociétaire, 1847, 11-123 p.

348– Les Amours au Phalanstère, Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1847, 64 p.

349– Programme de l’école phalanstérienne, Paris, imp. Lange Lévy, 1848, 2 p.

350– Programme de la presse démocratique et sociale, interprété au point de vue phalanstérien, Paris, imp. Lange Lévy, 1849, 2 p.

351– Programme démocratique, Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1851, 228 p.

352[HENNEQUIN Victor], Paris dansant ou les filles d’Hérodiade, folles danseuses des bals publiques, Paris, aux magasins de nouveautés, 1845, 112 p.

353JOURNET Jean, Cri suprême, appel aux honnêtes gens, Paris, Charpentier, 1846, 123 p.

354KRANTZ Jean-Baptiste, Projet de création d’une armée des travaux publics, Paris, Librairie sociétaire, 1847.

355LECHEVALIER Jules, Question sociale. De la réforme industrielle, considérée comme problème fondamental de la politique positive, Paris, au bureau de la Réforme industrielle, 1833, vi-76 p.

356– Etudes sur la science sociale, Paris, E. Renduel, 1834, xvi-462 p.

357– Qu’est-ce que l’organisation du travail ?, Paris, imp. centrale des chemins de fer, Chaix, 1848, 34 p.

358LEMOYNE Nicolas René Désiré, Association par phalange agricole ; industrielle, Paris, bureau du Phalanstère, 1833, 114 p.

359– Progrès et association. Calculs agronomiques et considérations sociales, Paris-Metz, Carilian-Goeury, 1838, viii-183 p.

360MADAULE M., Un mot sur le phalanstère, Montargis, imp. Fortin, 1827, 15 p.

361MUIRON Just, Aperçus sur les procédés industriels, urgence de l’organisation sociétaire, 2e éd., Paris, au bureau de la Phalange, 1840, 234 p.

362PAGET Amédée, Introduction à l’étude de la science sociale, contenant un abrégé de la théorie sociétaire, précédé d’un coup d’oeil général sur l’état de la science sociale, et sur les systèmes de Fourier, d’Owen et de l’école saint-simonienne, Paris, au bureau de la Phalange, 1838, li-236 p.

363PAGET Amédée et CARTIER E., Examen et défense du système de Fourier, Paris, Librairie sociétaire, 1844, 204 p.

364PECQUEUR Constantin, Economie sociale. Des intérêts du commerce et de l’agriculture, et de la civilisation en général, sous l’influence des applications de la vapeur, Paris, Desessart, 1839, 2 t., 510-528 p.

365– De la législation et du mode d’exécution des chemins de fer, Paris, Dessessart, 1840, 626 p.

366– Réforme électorale. Appel au peuple à propos du rejet de la pétition des 240 mille, Paris, Desessart, 1840, 127 p.

367– Des améliorations matérielles dans leurs rapports avec la liberté, Paris, Gosselin, 1842, xxiv-566 p.

368– Des armées dans leurs rapports avec l’industrie, la morale et la liberté, ou des devoirs civiques des militaires, Paris, Capelle, 1842, 284 p.

369– Théorie nouvelle d’économie sociale et politique, ou études sur l’organisation des sociétés, Paris, Capelle, 1842, xxv-898 p.

370– De la République de Dieu. Union religieuse pour la pratique immédiate de l’égalité et de la fraternité universelle, Paris, Charpentier, 1844, 320 p.

371– La République de Dieu. Pratique immédiate de l’égalité et de la fraternité universelle, Paris, Librairie centrale de la démocratie, 1845, iv-320 p.

372PELLARIN Charles, Charles Fourier, sa vie et sa théorie, 4e éd., Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1849, 444 p.

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374PELLETAN Eugène, COLIN Auguste, MORVONNAIS Hippolyte et HENNEQUIN Victor, Les Dogmes, le Clergé et l’Etat. Études religieuses, Paris, Librairie sociétaire, 1844, xii-95 p.

375PERREYMOND, Le Bilan de la France ou la misère et le travail, Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1849, 112 p.

376– Paris monarchique et Paris républicain, ou une page de l’histoire de la misère et du travail, Paris, Librairie sociétaire, 1849, 112 p.

377– De la richesse et des impôts ou usure et travail, Paris, Librairie sociétaire, 1850, x-144 p.

378– Le Pain du prolétaire ou le commerce des peuples. Réponse à M. Thiers, Paris, Librairie nouvelle, 1851, 48 p.

379POMPÉRY Édouard de, Exposition de la science sociale constituée par Charles Fourier, Paris, s.l., 1840, iv-76 p.

380PROUDHON Pierre-Joseph, Avertissement aux propriétaires ou lettre à M. Considérant, rédacteur de « La Phalange », sur une défense de la propriété, Paris, Prévot, Besançon, imp. de P.J. Proudhon, 1842, 115 p. in Œuvres complètes, t. 10, Paris M. Rivière, 1923, 477 p. ; réimpression Genève, Paris, Slatkine, 1982.

381RENAUD Hippolyte, Solidarité. Vue synthétique sur la doctrine de Ch. Fourier, Paris, Librairie de l’école sociétaire, 1842, 291 p.

382SUE Eugène, Le Juif errant, Paris, Paulin, 1844, 10 vol. Paris, Robert Laffont, « Bouquins », 1983, 1144 p.

383– Les Mystères de Paris, feuilleton du Journal des Débats, 1842-1843, Paris, Robert Laffont, « Bouquins », 1989, 1367 p.

384– Le Républicain des campagnes, Paris, imp. Gratiot, 1848, 16 p. Reproduit dans Les Révolutions du xixe siècle. 1848 La Révolution démocratique et sociale, t. I, Paris, EDHIS, 1984, pagination multiple.

385TOUSSENEL Alphonse, Les Juifs, rois de l’époque. Histoire de la féodalité financière, Paris, Librairie de l’école sociétaire, 1845, vii-341 p.

386TRANSON Abel, Théorie sociétaire de Charles Fourier, ou art d’établir en tout pays des associations domestiques-agricoles de quatre à cinq cents familles. Exposition succinte, Paris, au bureau du Phalanstère, 1832, 60 p.

387TRISTAN Flora, Promenades dans Londres, 2e éd., Paris, H.L. Delloye ; Londres, W. Jeff, 1840, li-412 p. Nouvelle édition établie et commentée par F. Bédarida, Paris, Maspéro, 1978, 358 p.

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389VIGOUREUX Clarisse, Parole de providence, Paris, Bossange, 1834, xv-214 p.

390VILLEGARDELLE François, Besoins des communes, impuissance de la politique à les satisfaire, Paris, au bureau de la Phalange, 1835, 16 p.

391– Accord des intérêts dans l’association et besoins des communes, avec une notice sur Charles Fourier, Paris, Bureau de la société bibliophile, 1844, 120 p.

Périodiques

392Dans la mesure du possible, nous avons indiqué, entre parenthèses, les noms des responsables des publications.

Publications « officielles » du mouvement owéniste

393The Economist (G. Mudie), 1821-1822, 2 vol.

394The Co-operative Magazine and Monthly Herald, 1826-1830, 4 vol.

395The Crisis (R. Owen, R.D. Owen, J. El. Smith), 1832-1834, 4 vol.

396The New Moral World (« R. Owen and his disciples », G.A. Fleming, J. Hill), 1834-1845, 13 vol., continué par :

397The Moral World (G.A. Fleming), 1845, 1 vol.

398Robert Owen’s Journal. Explanatory of the means to well place, well employ, and well-educate, the population of the world (R. Owen), 1850-1852, 4 vol.

Autres périodiques britanniques

399The Educationnal Circular and Communist Apostle (G. Barmby, H. Fry), 1841, n° 1, continué par :

400The Promethean ; or Communitarian Apostle. A Monthly Magazine of Societarian Science, Domestics, Ecclesiastics, Politics, and Literature (G. Barmby), 1842, n° 4.

401The Investigator ! (Ch. Southwell), 1843, 1 vol.

402The Lancashire Co-operator (E.T. Craig), 1831, n° 6. continué par :

403The Lancashire and Yorkshire Co-operator, 1831-1832, n° 12.

404The Model Republic. A Monthly Journal of Politics, Literature, and Theology (J.N. Bailey), 1843, n° 7.

405The Monthly Messenger (J.N. Bailey), 1840, n° 1.

406The Oracle of Reason, or Philosophy Vindicated (Ch. Southwell, G.J. Holyoake, Th. Paterson, W. Chilton), 1841-1843, 2 vol., continué par :

407The Movement, Anti-Persecution Gazette, and Register of Progress (G.J. Holyoake), 1843-1844, n° 54.

408The Reasoner or Herald of Progress (G.J. Holyoake), 1846-1851, 10 vol.

409The Register for the First Society of Adherents to Divine Revelation at Orbiston (A. Combe), 1825-1827, n° 34.

410The Shepherd ; a London Weekly Periodical, Illustrating the Principles of Universal Science (J.E. Smith), 1834-1835, n° 52.

411The Sun Beam. A Miscellany of Entertaining and Instructuve Literature (J.E. Duncan), 1845, n° 1.

412The Union. A Monthly Record of Moral, Social and Educational Progress (G.A. Fleming), 1842-1843, n° 10.

413The Working Bee and Herald of the Hodsonian Community Society (J. Green), 1839-1840, 2 vol.

Périodiques de l’école sociétaire

414La Réforme Industrielle ou le Phalanstère (V. Considerant, J. Lechevalier), 1832-1834, 2 t.

415La Phalange, journal de la science sociale (2e série) (V. Considerant), 1836- 1840, 3 t.

416La Phalange, journal de la science sociale (3e série) (V. Considerant), 1840- 1843, 6 t.

417La Démocratie pacifique, Journal des intérêts des gouvernements et des peuples (V. Considerant, V. Hennequin), 1843-1849 et 1850-1851, 16 t.

418La Phalange, revue de la science sociale (V. Considerant), 1845-1849, 10 t.

Autres publications françaises

419Le Nouveau Monde. Théorie de Charles Fourier (J. Czynski), 1839-1844, 1 vol.

420Le Premier Phalanstère (J. Czynski, E. Stourm), 1841, n° 12.

421Revue générale de l’architecture et des travaux publics (C. Daly), 1840-1848, 7 t.

422Revue du progrès social, recueil mensuel politique, philosophique et littéraire (J. Lechevalier), 1834, 3 t.

423Le Salut du Peuple, journal de la science sociale (C. Pecqueur), 1849-1850, n° 6.

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