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  • Title: Ütopya
  • Author: Thomas More
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  • Utopia Libellus vere aureus, nec minus salutaris quam festivus, de optimo rei publicae statu deque nova insula Utopia is a satirical work of fiction and political philosophy by Thomas More 1478 1535 published in 1516 in Latin The book is a frame narrative primarily depicting a fictional island society as described by the character Raphael Hythloday who lived there somUtopia Libellus vere aureus, nec minus salutaris quam festivus, de optimo rei publicae statu deque nova insula Utopia is a satirical work of fiction and political philosophy by Thomas More 1478 1535 published in 1516 in Latin The book is a frame narrative primarily depicting a fictional island society as described by the character Raphael Hythloday who lived there some years, who describes and its religious, social and political customs.

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      • Thomas More

        Sir Thomas More m r 7 February 1478 6 July 1535 , venerated by Catholics as Saint Thomas More, was an English lawyer, social philosopher, author, statesman and noted Renaissance humanist He was also a councillor to Henry VIII, and Lord High Chancellor of England from October 1529 to 16 May 1532.More opposed the Protestant Reformation, in particular the theology of Martin Luther and William Tyndale He also wrote Utopia, published in 1516, about the political system of an imaginary ideal island nation More opposed the King s separation from the Catholic Church, refusing to acknowledge Henry as Supreme Head of the Church of England and the annulment of his marriage to Catherine of Aragon After refusing to take the Oath of Supremacy, he was convicted of treason and beheaded.Pope Pius XI canonised More in 1935 as a martyr Pope John Paul II in 2000 declared him the heavenly Patron of Statesmen and Politicians Since 1980, the Church of England has remembered More liturgically as a Reformation martyr The Soviet Union honoured him for the Communistic attitude toward property rights expressed in Utopia.


    1. توماس مور كما هو معروف هو أول من صاغ هذه الكلمةيوتوبيا وهي تعني في لغتها الأصلية :ليس في مكانوهكذا راح يتصور مور في كتابه هذا المجتمع مثالي كما هكذا بدأت بذور فلسفة المدينة الفاضلةوربما الاشتراكية أيضا بشكل طفيف::::::::::::::إن نموذج مور لهو نموذج خيالي بحت حتى في اختياره للمكانفه [...]

    2. Thomas More's life blah blah feudalism, in which virtually all power resided with enormous white ducks while the peasants had to wear roller skates even in bed. The late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries blah blah Renaissance, a flowering of platform heel shoes and massive shagging blah blah Italy blah blah large glands. Aspects of this blah blah the ducks. Blah blah discovery of smaller ducks, at first denied by Pope Barbary VII. Vasco da Gama proved ducks were American not from Byzantium [...]

    3. The term 'utopia' in the way we use it today, to refer to an ideal but unattainable state, comes from this book, which More wrote in 1516. The form is political critique disguised as fantasy disguised as travelogue. More casts himself as the recorder of Raphael Hythloday's travels to the island of Utopia, where, despite their lack of Christianity, the people are closer to realizing the Christian ideal society through rational government than Europe ever was. Today serious criticism doesn't have [...]

    4. The first time I heard of Utopia was in the movie Ever After: A Cinderella Story starring Drew Barrymore. Super cute movie, and I am not a big Cinderella fan. Danielle, or Cinderella, reads this book constantly, because it was the last thing her father gave her before he died. It is her last link to him. I have been sort of curious about this book since then. Utopia is about the perfect nation. It has wealth. The Prince doesn't take much. There is no thievery, everyone (well mostly) is morally g [...]

    5. Interesting, mostly just because it's cool to see what people (or at least Thomas More) considered to be an ideal society back then. Because really, it isn't. There's a lot that I thought was really strange about Utopia (Latin for "no place"), but here's what I remember most: when parents are considering marrying their children off, they have the two teenagers stand naked in front of each other (accompanied by dependable chaperones, of course) so they can make sure neither of them has any weird [...]

    6. Utopia, Thomas Moreعنوانها: اتوپیا؛ آرمانشهر؛ شهر آرزو؛ نویسنده: توماس مور؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش: اول سپتامبر سال 1988 میلادیعنوان: شهر آرزو؛ اثر: توماس مور؛ ترجمه: حسین سالکی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، حسین سالکی، 1366، در 184 ص؛ موضوع: مدینه فاضله، داستانهای نویسندگان انگلیسی قرن 16 معنوان: آرمانش [...]

    7. This book was published in 1516 and it's divided into two parts. The first one made my eyes feel exhausted, so I can sum up all that just by saying that More found his friend Peter and this one introduced him to a fella named Raphael, a man who visited several countries to satisfy his desire to see the world. He shared some opinions of the political scenario of his time (a bit familiar; whether you are talking about yesterday's kingdoms or today's democratic governments, some things never change [...]

    8. From the Greek meaning "happy place," Utopia is an ideal country described by Raphael Hythlodaeus, who observed his organization during his many travels.Based on a collectivist basis, since the property does not exist, life in this company has some advantages: 6 hours of daily work (compared to France in 1840, the legal working week was 78 hours!), Insurance of food to eat, and be properly dressed, no death penalty (at that time in England a simple larceny enough to be hanged), no war (the state [...]

    9. Ya abi şimdi tamam da olmaz ki böyle ama. Yani saygı duyuyorum adama . Eyvalla. Anlatıyo güzel güzel. İşte bi ada varmış. Adı Ütopia 'ymış. Orda hayat çok güzelmiş. Şimdi detay veremeyeceğim. Şöyle özetleyeyim; bu hayatta yaşadığımız saçmalıkların hiç biri yok. Herşey mükemmel. Kanun düzen tıkır tıkır işliyo. Kimse zengin değil, kimse fakir değil, para denen bir şey yok, insanlar hep namuslu hep dürüst hep yardımsever. Hele devlet, tam bir baba. Her v [...]

    10. (I read this book as part of a reading project I have undertaken with some other nerdy friends in which we read The Novel: A Biography and some of the other texts referenced by Schmidt.)In 1516, some guy called Thomas More put out this little book describing a fictional place called Utopia. What kills me about this little book is that More wrote it in Latin. Latin. I can barely write in English most days.So this island of Utopia shows a completely organized society where everyone seems to be exc [...]

    11. Thomas More is traveling in the Low Countries when he sees his friend, Peter Giles. Giles introduces him to a well-traveled friend of his, Raphael Hythloday.Raphael speaks of many countries and their policies and laws, and freely criticizes the laws of their own countries.He then begins speaking of a country, Utopia, which he thinks is ruled very well and is a perfect country.More begs Raphael to speak more of Utopia, and he does. He first tells of their towns, which are all as identical as poss [...]

    12. You wouldn't abandon ship in a storm just because you couldn't control the winds.-- Thomas More, UtopiaAfter reading Hilary Mantel's amazing first two Booker-prizing winning books of her Henry VIII trilogy (Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies), I felt I needed to actually bust into Thomas More's Utopia. How could I consider myself educated and not have at least tasted a bit of More's utopian ideal, his veiled criticisms of European culture and values, and his unobtainable vision of the ideal socie [...]

    13. كلنا نحلم بذلك المكان الجميل، المليء بالفراشات!إذا كنت تعتقد أن مثل هذا المكان غير موجود على أرض الواقع، فأنت مخطىء تماماً! إنه موجود! وهناك شخص واحد زاره وعاد قبل مدة كي يخبرنا عن مباهجه وعن مدى روعته وإبهاره! هذا الشخص هو رافائيل هايثلوداي، راوي قصة :: يوتوبيا:: :)يوتوبيا (الم [...]

    14. More's fusion of Christianity, socialism, and republicanism reflects his humanist conception of an ideal society, and in so doing constitutes criticism of contemporary English society. More argues that virtue is natural and something for which all humans have an innate desire. He characterizes virtue more concretely than most philosophers of his day, defining it as doing the utmost to increase happiness (found primarily in simple pleasures) for all. The state should remain minimal and intervene [...]

    15. JAN 2017: Youtube 6mins 54secsutopia vs. dystopia 6mins 18secs-------------------------------------------------------------------bbc/programmes/b06y9b6tDescription: 2016 is the 500th Anniversary of Thomas More's classic work of speculative fiction, which has entered the culture so deeply that the name of his fictional island is the accepted term for our hopes and dreams of a better society. Poet Michael Symmons Roberts dramatisation brings More's strange and enchanting island to life, told throu [...]

    16. This is one of the worst books I have ever read. Poorly written, annoyingly condescending, ridiculously simplistic and more than anything, stupid. No wonder why the commies (Lenin and others) commemorated More in the early days of communist Russia. his ideals are to "get rid of the beggars" by forced labor, allow no private ownership of anything, no specialization of labor, (yet still have a highly artistic/agrarian society, everything totally equal, (except for the "temporary" ruling class) a b [...]

    17. In a classic what-was-I-thinking moment, I purchased “Utopia,” a 600-year-old book billed on as a “…fiction and socio-political satire.” I am two-thirds of the way through the book, and I am guessing that satire meant something else in the early 1500s.The book actually reads as a long-winded, mostly one-sided conversation, almost like reading ancient philosophy. As I plowed further and further into the book, I began to create furrows of my own. While I suppose it is unfair to inject t [...]

    18. Thomas More était un anglais contemporain et ami d’Érasme. Nourri de littérature antique, il fut un traducteur du fameux Lucien. Il périt par décollation pour s'être opposé au terrible Henry VIII. Dans cet ouvrage, il décrit dans une première partie très intéressante l'état politique peu reluisant de l'Angleterre à l'aube du XVIème siècle, où la rapacité de quelques uns prive la majorité de moyens de subsistance, et les condamne à la mendicité ou au vol, punis par la derni [...]

    19. İngiliz devlet adamı Thomas More'un kendi çağının İngilteresine siyasi bir önerisidir. Thomas More'un hayatını okuduktan sonra, aşırı dindar bir katoliğin Ütopya gibi sosyalizmin en saf/yalın kitabını yazmış olmasına şaşırabilirsiniz. Kendi döneminde meydana gelen katolik reformlarına şiddetle karşı çıkan, dinsizlere en ağır cezaları veren bir yargıcın/devlet adamının yazdığı kitapta tüm dinlere hoşgörüyle yaklaşması, din ve vicdan özgürlüğünü [...]

    20. The perfect society as a critique of Tudor England30 November 2013 I was going to open this commentary with 'where no man has gone before' until I realised that the opening to Star Trek is actually 'Space, the final frontier' and then rambles on a bit more before saying 'to boldly go where no man has gone before'. You may be wondering why I am connecting a book written by a 16th century clergy man with a very popular science-fiction series from the 1960s, and in some cases I may be asking that q [...]

    21. از دیدِ من بهترین قسمتِ این کتاب چند صفحه ی آخر اونه که تامس مور عقایدش در مورد "جامعه همسود" رو بطور "کلی" جمع بندی کرده که میشه با همش موافق بود، اما در بیشترِ متن کتاب که ویژگی های کشوری خیالی به نام یوتوپیا(=آرمانشهر) رو جز به جز بیان کرده،، میشه اشکالات زیادی رو وارد دونست(حدا [...]

    22. This is another book that I had to read because the title become a word in EnglishI liked the fact that Thomas More was looking for solutions; solutions we are still looking for in this age of globalization - when every country has their own utopian vision. Perhaps that is the "utopian paradox" - how can we all live in peace with differing definitions of utopianism?

    23. Lo empecé en Diciembre y he ido leyéndolo poco a poco, porque, al menos para mi, es un libro para ir leyendo a trocitos.He marcado mil cosas ¿casi el 40% de las páginas? porque me llamaban muchísimo la atención determinados fragmentos. Todos con un denominador común: no he sabido interpretar si lo que contaba estaba siendo alabado, o realmente era en plan sátira.Hay partes que me fascinan y partes con las que difiero totalmente. Como están contadas todas con el mismo signo o tono por [...]

    24. Notes collected:"you [Raphael] neither desire wealth nor greatness"More had been assigned by King Henry VIII to get to Flanders. In Brussels he's got a dear friend named Peter, who introduces More to this philosopher/traveller called Raphael Hythloday. His four voyages have been published; he's Portuguese by birth and knows a lot about nations and countries. He's been to Ceylon, India and many other places.But More is puzzled: how such a man is not serving under a monarch.why not to apply his th [...]

    25. I very much enjoyed this classic piece of literature. Unlike some other reviewers, I don't think it is meant to be a model for a real society. It is in fact a quixotic idea of what a perfect society might look like, but I am not going to criticize a work of fiction just because it is not necessarily a realistic plan for a real state/country/world.That being said, I do believe the purpose of More's work is to make people seriously consider some of the things that are wrong with our culture and ho [...]

    26. From the Intro to the Kindle edition: ‘More’s “Utopia” was written in Latin, and is in two parts, of which the second, describing the place ([Greek text]—or Nusquama, as he called it sometimes in his letters—“Nowhere”), was probably written towards the close of 1515.’This was a surprise to me as I thought ‘utopia’ meant someplace idyllic. By definition, ‘an imagined place or state of things in which everything is perfect.’ Synonyms are paradise, heaven (on earth), Eden, [...]

    27. If you need a reason to be a pinko communist sissy, I imagine you can do a little better than this. The Greek word for utopia actually means "no-place" or "nonsense". For the two or three of you who still haven't figured out why people use Marx's Manifesto as toilet paper, you might actually appreciate the ideas presented here, but bear in mind that it's likely not even Thomas More himself was taking it seriously. You could call this a work of fiction as much as one of philosophy or political th [...]

    28. This was a fantastic book. I am really surprised I hadn't heard of this author or this book before. It has been quite a while since a book was able to affect and stimulate me on an intellectual level. Utopia is a great work that touches on so many ideas that were surprisingly well ahead of his time. He developed theories on Communism, capitalism, philosophy, religion, social justice centuries before big names such as Marx, Engles, Smith, Locke, Rawls, etc came onto the scene and told us the best [...]

    29. تلاش خلاقانه ی نویسنده جهت جلوه بخشیدن به شهری آرمانی و رویائی با پرداختن به کوچکترین و کم اهمیت ترین جزئیات ، این کتاب رو به اثری متفاوت و قابل تامل بدل کرده با این حال "یوتوپیا" شهری ست خیالی که هیچ شباهتی به ایده ال های بشر امروزی ندارد ، چه برسد به اینکه فردی خواهان زندگی در [...]

    30. For if you suffer your people to be ill-educated, and their manners to be corrupted from their infancy, and then punish them for those crimes to which their first education disposed them, what else is to be concluded from this, but that you first make thieves and then punish them.Well this was quite a surprise. After I read a few pages of this book, I thought that I was going to hate every single minute of reading it, but now I can say that I quite enjoyed it.Utopia is a book about 'a good place [...]

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