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The Meaning of More's Utopia
George M. Logan

Paperback | July 2014 | $40.00 / £27.95 | ISBN: 9780691613710
320 pp. | 6 x 9
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Examining its relation to ancient and Renaissance political thought, George M. Logan sees Thomas More's Utopia whole, in all its ironic complexity. He finds that the book is not primarily a prescriptive work that restates the ideals of Christian humanism or warns against radical idealism, but an exploration of a particular method of political study and the implications of that method for normative theory.

Originally published in 1983.

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