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  • Published: Sep 14, 2015
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Thomas More coined the word Utopia (meaning Noplace) to emphasise his conviction that humanity had never yet attained to the ideal society. Writing in 1516, More attempted to describe the basis of just such a society, founded upon the principles...

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9781907523915
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Barnes & Noble
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English
Pages
128
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Thomas More coined the word Utopia (meaning Noplace) to emphasise his conviction that humanity had never yet attained to the ideal society. Writing in 1516, More attempted to describe the basis of just such a society, founded upon the principles of rationality and equality. But Mores vision is not wholly rose-tinted he acknowledges the imperfections of human nature and attempts to construct an ideal society in which individuals fulfilling their baser urges would at the same time act in the best interest of the community.

Nearly 500 years of social experiment now divide us from Utopias author (and the ideal society is arguably no nearer) but Sir Thomas book still has much to teach us. Since its publication in 1516, Utopia has provoked a hailstorm of debate. The minute details More ascribed to his perfect world make Utopia still a work of the future.

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Kateb is William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Politics, Emeritus at Princeton University. He formerly had the roles of Director of the Program in Political Philosophy, Director of the Gauss Seminars, and Director of the University Center for Human Values all at Princeton University. His most recent book is Patriotism and Other Mistakes and he is also the author of many scholarly articles mainly in the fields of constitutional law and the Bill of Rights. est interest of the community.

Nearly 500 years of social experiment now divide us from Utopias author (and the ideal society is arguably no nearer) but Sir Thomas book still has much to teach us. Since its publication in 1516, Utopia has provoked a hailstorm of debate. The minute details More ascribed to his perfect world make Utopia still a work of the future.

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