Théorie des quatre mouvements  

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Théorie des quatre mouvements et des destinees generales (Theory of the four movements and the general destinies) is a text by Charles Fourier. It was first published anonymously in Lyon in 1808. In this book, Fourier argued that the extension of the liberty of women was the general principle of all social progress, though he disdained any attachment to a discourse of 'equal rights'.



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