Website On Religion - Topic: More, Thomas, 1477-1535 - 5 results
"Our Mission: To promote the study of Thomas More, especially the contemporary implications of his principles of statesmanship in the pursuit of peace. Major Programs: Publication of educational resources, especially the CTMS website to support research projects on Thomas More and statesmanship; Annual scholarly conference at the University of Dallas; Regional conferences for teachers, offered in conjunction with local universities; Courses on Thomas More, tailored to particular interests; Grants for research and advanced study of Thomas More."
The full text of More's work is here.
An article by James Wood.
"The Thomas More Institute is a forum for civil discourse and for challenging inadequate thinking about public policy. It offers a platform for principled engagement with issues of contemporary intellectual and social concern and seeks to make a positive impact upon debate and decision-making. Its name is drawn from one who in his own time notably integrated private life, humanistic interests, professional work, public office and spirituality."
This site offers links to many Internet resources relating to Thomas More. Maintained by Rob Hubbard.