"...I would advise the king to look after his ancestral kingdom [...] he should love his people and be loved by them; he should live among them, govern them kindly, and let other governments alone, since his own is big enough, if not too big, for him. How do you think, my dear More, the other councillors would take this speech of mine?"
"Not very well, I'm sure," said I (1.31)
There is another philosophy, better suited for the political arena […] this is the philosophy for you to use (1.36)
From this class of scholars [in Utopia] are chosen ambassadors, priests [...] and the prince himself[...] (2.53)