Thomas More for Our Season
- The Metamorphoses of Utopian Consciousness: From Utopia to Utopianism. Chertkova, E. L. // Russian Studies in Philosophy;Fall2007, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p6
The article examines the differentiation between utopia and Utopianism and the historical transition from the first concept to the second. According to Plato, who created the concept, utopia is an intellectual device for understanding what a society must be, whereas philosopher Thomas More...
- Prosperity and Intellectual Needs: The Credibility and Coherence of More's Utopia. Pavkovic, Aleksandar // Utopian Studies;1993, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p26
Discusses the credibility and coherence of the concept of utopia by writer Thomas More. Composition of a credible alternative society; Achievement of utopian societal goals; Response to the objection to propertyless societies; Uniqueness of utopians; Coherence of More's concept of utopia.
- Literature & Art. Thecla, M. // America;11/27/1948, Vol. 80 Issue 8, p209
The article reviews the pamphlet "Supplication of Soules," by Saint Thomas More.
- A politician for all seasons. Volf, Miroslav // Christian Century;12/13/2000, Vol. 117 Issue 35, p1306
Describes the life of Sir Thomas More, an English statesman. Beatification of More to become the patron saint of politicians by Pope John Paul II; Opposition to the decision of Pope John Paul II.
- `Female perversity,' male entitlement: The agency of gender in More's The History of Richard III. Shepard, Alan Clarke // Sixteenth Century Journal;Summer95, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p311
Studies the representation by Thomas More of the three female principal characters in his essay `The History of Richard III.' More's strategies in presenting the views of Queen Elizabeth Woodville Gray; Ideas about gender; Illumination of the relationship between political power and gender...
- MORE INTEGRITY. // U.S. Catholic;Dec2000, Vol. 65 Issue 12, p5
Provides information on Saint Thomas More, a Catholic Church saint. Brief educational and career background; Good qualities of the saint.
- THOMAS MORE AND THE SENSUS FIDELIUM. Hitchcock, James // Theological Studies;Mar75, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p145
Profiles theologian Thomas More. Career background; Religious works; Views on theology.
- Introduction. EVERETT, PERCIVAL // Ploughshares;Fall2014, Vol. 40 Issue 2/3, p5
In this article, the present an overview of the periodical which includes range from so-called mimetic to so-called meta.
- More's House in Chelsea. Cowie, L. W. // History Today;Feb76, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p118
Describes the house of Thomas More at Chelsea in London, England during the 16th century. Structure and setting of the house; Concept of Utopia; Life of the Chelsea household under More's direction.