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    Boulogne-Billancourt 2013

    The Forum Universitaire de l’Ouest Parisien (FUDOP) at Boulogne-Billancourt organized a series of lectures on The Humanist Ideal at the Renaissance. Marie-Claire Phélippeau has been invited to give a lecture on Thomas More:

    Thomas More et l’ouverture humaniste

    Presentation during the Conference (40 slides)

         It was delivered on Wednesday November 12, 2013 at Boulogne- Billancourt. Marie-Claire Phélippeau talked about Thomas More as a humanist, first as a friend of Erasmus, then through his writings, especially Utopia, as well as in his defense of the study of Greek at the University of Oxford. The lecture endeavoured to present Thomas More in his younger years, before he became Chancellor of England.
         It focused on More’s literary achievements and on his qualities as a thinker and a social reformer.


    Conference - 1/3 (13,67 Mo )
    Conference - 2/3 (13,67 Mo )
    Conference - 3/3 (10,46 Mo )