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10 thoughts on “Utopia

  1. says:

    As the centuries roll by,andbooks are written about Utopian societies that should be established on Earth, but the few actually tried fail Sir Thomas or Saint Thomas More, depending on your affiliation, Utopia , greatly influenced by Plato s The Republic is a satire about tumultuous English politics published in 1516 Raphael Hythloday a Portuguese traveler when P


  2. says:

    Thomas More s life blah blah feudalism, in which virtually all power resided with enormous white ducks while the peasants had to wear roller skates even in bed The late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries blah blah Renaissance, a flowering of platform heel shoes and massive shagging blah blah Italy blah blah large glands. Aspects of this blah blah the ducks Blah b


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    ReviewFYI Read years ago, wrote review in college Thomas More was the first to coin the word utopia More was the son of a court judge, and a page to Archbishop Morton throughout his youth in London He was profoundly affected not only by these two great gentlemen, but also by the philosophy of humanism that was spread by Erasmus during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries


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    The term utopia in the way we use it today, to refer to an ideal but unattainable state, comes from this book, which More wrote in 1516 The form is political critique disguised as fantasy disguised as travelogue More casts himself as the recorder of Raphael Hythloday s travels to the island of Utopia, where, despite their lack of Christianity, the people are closer to realizing


  5. says:

    Interesting, mostly just because it s cool to see what people or at least Thomas More considered to be an ideal society back then Because really, it isn t There s a lot that I thought was really strange about Utopia Latin for no place , but here s what I remember most when parents are considering marrying their children off, they have the two teenagers stand naked in front of each o


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    This book was published in 1516 and it s divided into two parts The first one made my eyes feel exhausted, so I can sum up all that just by saying that More found his friend Peter and this one introduced him to a fella named Raphael, a man who visited several countries to satisfy his desire to see the world He shared some opinions of the political scenario of his time a bit familiar whet


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    Published in 1516 and originally written in Latin, Utopia is a framed narrative depicting a life on a fictional island It is often described as sociological and political satire Utopia is one of those books that one reads for educational purposes I did find it enjoyable, but it is definitelyan educational read I mean I cannot say that Utopia is a particularly entertaining book to read It is i


  8. says:

    Not a book that I can recommend for enjoyment, masterful prose or good storytelling Rather I think the value in reading is to see the backwardness of a Utopia envisioned by Thomas More, an enlightened man for the times Of course it is easy to be judgmental about his writings when looking in the rearview mirror at a book nearly 500 years old.More, a high level adviser to King Henry VIII envisions a


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    This is another book that I had to read because the title become a word in EnglishI liked the fact that Thomas More was looking for solutions solutions we are still looking for in this age of globalization when every country has their own utopian vision Perhaps that is the utopian paradox how can we all live in peace with differing definitions of utopianism


  10. says:

    Painful like pulling teethAn experience not to be repeated.


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