I would say that Saint-Simon was an idealist. He argued that the beliefs about an ideal society were useless unless a tinker took into account social realities, this would be counted as realism. However, he believed his systems would work without problem, including the laws, and government system. He also believed that society would prosper under one and only one religion. This is unrealistic considering people have their own beliefs of religion, forcing one upon everyone would surely cause revolts and maybe even a war. He thought there would be no problem with this. Upon the definition of idealism; the practice of forming or pursuing ideals, especially unrealistically, Saint-Simon is definitely an idealist.
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Anton Chekhov is not an American playwright and is associated with realist theater.
In the Memoirs, Saint-Simon's observations allowed him to describe vividly both the elegance and the corruption of the court of Versailles. Despite some errors of fact and interpretation. His knowledge of history made him aware of the breakdown of traditional checks and balances that underlay Louis XIV's royal absolutism. Good additude towards him.
Simon Fraser died in 1862, August 18
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Saint Simon was born into wealth but worked as a social idealist to make society more egalitarian.
'Idealist' and 'fantasist' are two possible answers.
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He was a realist although some people confuse him as being an idealist bc of his idea of the "platonic ideal."
The population of Saint-Pé-Saint-Simon is 211.