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Utopia

Utopia

  

by Thomas More

Utopia Exploration Quotes

How we cite our quotes: (Book.Page) based on the 1989 Cambridge University Press edition

Quote #10

Though there are various religions in Utopia, as I've said, all of them, even the most diverse, agree in the main point, which is worship of the divine nature; they are like travelers going to a single destination by different roads (2.104)

Religion as exploration. Can you suss out the metaphor here?

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