Notes: Utopia is Dead

In 1516, Thomas More — a lawyer and councilor to the notorious English king Henry VIII — published a little book called Utopia. More’s account, written in the form of a Socratic dialogue, centered on a fictional island, on which a country reminiscent of an updated vision of Plato’s perfect Republic had been discovered by … Continue reading Notes: Utopia is Dead

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As I review each piece of source material, I write something about it, and I post the text on this website, often with an image and a link. I organize it using the following category system. Click on any category below to see everything posted in it, so far, from newest to oldest. This list … Continue reading Sources