Utopia in reniassance society.
Thomas More's Utopia and Renaissance Society
In Utopia, the author, Thomas More, uses the main character Hythloday to express his criticism of 16th century European society and suggests a revolutionary social system of equality, freedom, and happiness. More's radical ideas of social, political, and even clerical reform were vastly different from the beliefs held by European Hierarchy at the beginning of the Renaissance. With the height of feudalism, the rise of capitalism, and the start of the enclosure movement in Europe, Utopia is introduced as a possible answer to the growing proble…
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