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Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2004

Abstract

The different rhetorical strategies of the characters in Thomas More's Utopia reveal parallels with Cicero's rhetoric and philosophy. Those parallels resonate with the modern discourse of "counsel, " and provide a context through which the nature of the counselor's dilemma - a tension between what should be done and what can be done - is analyzed.

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