by Thomas More
Utopia Dissatisfaction Quotes
How we cite our quotes: (Book.Page) based on the 1989 Cambridge University Press edition
At this point, I'd like to see anyone venture to compare this equity of the Utopians with the so-called justice that prevails among other nations—among whom let me perish if I can discover the slightest scrap of justice or fairness. (2.107)
We're wondering if such extreme statements like this make Hythloday more persuasive or less persuasive. What do you think?