Charles Fourier Quotes.
Attractions are proportional to destinies.
Certainly in each social period, youth must be made to venerate the dominant absurdities.
It is known that the best nations have always been those which concede the greatest amount of liberty to women.
We must, then, apply the principle of Doubt to Civilization; we must doubt its necessity, its excellence, and its permanence.
Any civilized administration, however organized, prefers its own good to that of the people.
One could judge the degree of civilization of a country by the social and political position of its women
…commerce, which is mistakenly classified among the productive forms of work, ought to be ranked first among the parasitical professions like those of monk, soldier, lawyer etc.