Definition of Phalansteries

1. Noun. (plural of phalanstery) ¹



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Definition of Phalansteries

1. phalanstery [n] - See also: phalanstery

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phalansteries

phalangerids
phalangers
phalanges
phalangian
phalangid
phalangids
phalangious
phalangist
phalangistine
phalangite
phalangites
phalangitis
phalangoidea
phalansterian
phalansterians
phalansteries (current term)
phalanstery
phalanx
phalanxes
phalaris
phalarope
phalaropes
phalera
phalerae
phall
phallacidin
phallacin
phallalgia
phallectomies

Literary usage of Phalansteries

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1. The United States Democratic Review by Conrad Swackhamer (1847)
"... which they term phalanxes ; and shall dwell in large common mansions, situated in the midst of common demesnes, which they denominate phalansteries. ..."

2. A Concise Exposition of the Doctrine of Association, Or, Plan for a Re by Albert Brisbane (1844)
"Compare the phalansteries, (the technical name given by Fourier to the Edifice ... I could prove rigorously that the phalansteries of a high state of Social ..."

3. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"He hoped ultimately to see human society reconstituted as a world federation of phalansteries, the capital of which was, significantly, to be located at ..."

4. National System of Political Economy by Friedrich List, Stephen Colwell (1856)
"The task of that in which we now live is apparently not to parcel out men into phalansteries, like those of Fourier, making them as equal as possible in ..."

5. The United States Magazine and Democratic Review (1847)
"At the termination of three generations, spent on their system in these phalansteries, they expect that the curvature and corrupt direction of the passions, ..."

6. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris, George Grove (1867)
"You know in phalansteries everybody is like a bee, and helps to make honey. Will you let me help to make honey, papa ? " They all understood my meaning now, ..."

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