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Thomas More Studies 3: Dialogue Concerning Heresies (2008)

* These are the refereed proceedings from the 2007 Thomas More Studies Conference, held at the University of Dallas, November 2-4, 2007. Intellectual Property Rights: Contributors retain in full the rights to their work.

 

There is also a PDF Version of the following table of contents.

 

The Reading of Scripture in Thomas More’s Dialog Concerning Heresies — John F. Boyle

 

Scripture versus Church in the Debate of More and Tyndale — Tibor Fabiny

 

High Humanism and Plebeian Piety: St. Thomas More’s Defense of Catholic Devotions — Michael P. Foley

 

Why is the More Merry in A Dialogue Concerning Heresies? — Mary Gottschalk

 

Thomas More’s Dialogue Concerning Heresies and the Idea of the Church — Louis Karlin

 

Free Choice of the Will in Part IV of A Dialogue Concerning Heresies — Joseph W. Koterski, S.J.

 

Thomas More on Conscience and the Authority of the Church — Jennie D. Latta

 

Judgment in Thomas More’s Dialogue Concerning Heresies — Jeffrey S. Lehman

 

On Veneration of Images, Praying to Saints, and Going on Pilgrimages in A Dialogue Concerning Heresies — Frank Mitjans

 

English Heresy Procedures in Thomas More’s Dialogue Concerning Heresies — David R. Oakley

 

Thomas More’s “Appeal” in A Dialogue Concerning Heresies — Barbara J. Panza

 

Merry Tales in Re-Formation: Operation of a Minor Epic Form in Thomas More’s Dialogue Concerning Heresies — Benedek Péter Tóta

 

STUDY OUTLINE OF 4.11 (prepared by Christopher Malloy)