More's Utopia is a complex, innovative and penetrating contribution to political thought, culminating in the famous 'description' of the Utopians, who live according to the principles of natural law, but are receptive to Christian teachings, who hold all possessions in common, and view gold as worthless.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - nbmars - LibraryThing
First published in 1516 (in Latin), the book we usually call “Utopia” originally had a much longer title, which can be roughly translated as “Concerning the Best State of a Republic and the New Island ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - JayLivernois - LibraryThing
A highly influential classic with interesting letters but including pedantic essays heavily influenced by socialism. Read full review