Fourier Charles

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Fou·rier

 (fo͝or′ē-ā′, fo͞o-ryā′), (François Marie) Charles 1772-1837.
French social theorist who believed that universal harmony could be achieved by reorganizing society into self-sustaining units called "phalanxes," groups of 1,600 people who would share labor, wealth, and housing.