Defining a “Good Place”: Moral Dissonance in Thomas More’s Utopia

Once upon a time, about a few weeks after this past semester started, I wrote a research paper about Thomas More’s Utopia.

Defining a “Good Place”: Moral Dissonance in Thomas More’s Utopia

To summarize, this is a paper in which I try to deconstruct Thomas More’s novella/story Utopia, as well as all the elements that help make this place a supposed utopia. I’m not trying to argue that Thomas More actually thought this…but he was a pessimistic individual, who was also a bit of a hypocrite, despite his religious character.

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