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.
Utopia, by Thomas More
DISCOURSES OF RAPHAEL HYTHLODAY, OF THE BEST STATE OF A COMMONWEALTH
OF THEIR TOWNS, PARTICULARLY OF AMAUROT
OF THEIR MAGISTRATES
OF THEIR TRADES, AND MANNER OF LIFE
OF THEIR TRAFFIC
OF THE TRAVELLING OF THE UTOPIANS
OF THEIR SLAVES, AND OF THEIR MARRIAGES
OF THEIR MILITARY DISCIPLINE
OF THE RELIGIONS OF THE UTOPIANS
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