Folger call number: PR2322 .W44 2011
Folger holdings ID: 312591
Includes bibliographical references and index
Machine generated contents note: 1. Young Thomas More: why do peace and prosperity require arts of humanitas?; 2. Fashioning peace and prosperity: what are the necessary arts?; 3. Cicero's and More's 'first citizens': how do they avoid faction and civil war?; 4. What were More's earliest views of humanitas, libertas, and respublica, 1500-1506?; 5. More's Life of Pico della Mirandola: a model of libertas and humanitas? (c.1504-1507); 6. More's 1509 coronation ode: artful education of eighteen-year-old Henry VIII?; 7. Political poems of 1509-1516: proposing self-government by 'sound deliberation'; 8. Richard III, c.1513: diagnosing the causes of England's plague of war; 9. Utopia, 1516: a model respublica of peace, liberty, and self-government?; 10. The un-utopian Thomas More Family Portrait: an icon of Morean humanitas?; 11. The arts of liberty: can peace and prosperity be fashioned by 'sound deliberation'?
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subject: More, Thomas, Saint, 1478-1535