Definición de phalanstery en inglés:

phalanstery

Saltos de línea: phal¦an|stery
Pronunciación: /ˈfalanˌst(ə)ri
 
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sustantivo (plural phalansteries)

A group of people living together in a community and holding property in common.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • For them, architecture, not symbolic clothing, was central to planning the ideal community, which they called the ‘phalanstery’ (an amalgam of ‘phalanx’ and ‘monastery’).
  • The central part of the Palace or Phalanstery ought to be appropriated to peaceful uses, and contain the dining-halls, halls for finance, libraries, study, etc.
  • Fourier believed a radically egalitarian society could be organized into a confederation of communes or phalansteries.

Origen

mid 19th century: from French phalanstère (used by Charles Fourier in his socialist scheme for the reorganization of society), blend of Latin phalanx 'band (of soldiers), group' and French monastère 'monastery'.

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Pronunciación: ˈrɛtrə(ʊ)flɛks
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