The Better Part of Valor: More, Erasmus, Colet, and Vives, on Humanism, War, and Peace, 1496-1535

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INDEX
Abbreviations used: C- Colet, E- Erasmus, M- More, V- Vives.
Achilles ( Homer's): not admired by E, 29; as tyrant, 170, 229
Adrian VI, Pope: Wolsey and election of, 197; E for peace to, 204; on peace, Lutherans, Turks, 207-II passim
Aeneas ( Vergil's), 29
Aeschylus: and M, 293
Age, golden. See Golden age
Age, heroic: of ancient wars, 6
Albany, John Stewart, Duke of: and Wolsey's war to exterminate, 219
Alcibiades, 290
Aldus ( Aldus Manutius), 38
Alexander the Great: as insane homicide, 6; vanity and brevity of his empire, 40; C on, 69; and Prince Charles, 114-18 passim; as tyrant, 170, 255; as robber, 193-94, 264; idealization of, 326nI6; mentioned, 29, 70, 102, 180, 229, 230
Ambrose, St., 21
Ammonius, Andreas, 62, 63, 85, 110
Anarchy: E on, 257-59 passim. See Peasants' Revolt
Antimilitarism: early Christian ideals of, 8-9
Aquinas, St. Thomas: on just war, 18; Con, 22; mentioned, 105, 106
Arbitration: of Charles V of France, 18; E on, 82-85passim,101; in Utopia, 150-51; V on, 239
Aristophanes: E on, 91
Aristotle: E on, and Christ, 93; mentioned, 24, 104, 105, 114, 229
Ascham, Roger: on Morte Darthur,17, 223
Atheism: and science, 143; in Utopia, 149; and war, 167
Augustine, St.: and doctrine on war, 9, 18; on cause of crime, 125; M's debt to, 130; Utopian just-war ideas differ from, 130; V's on, 190-203passim; Luther, 275; mentioned, 21, 40, 45, 50, 200-202passim
Augustus, Ist Roman emperor: and Pax Romana,7
Bacon, Sir Francis: and Baconian progress, 142-43; mentioned, 76, 243
Beaufort, Lady Margaret: aids Henry VIII's peace policy, 58
Bernardus, 299
Blount, William, 4th Baron Mountjoy: invites E to England, 38-39; aid to E falls off, 86; signs 1518 peace, 176; mentioned, 292
Bosch, Hieronymus: war paintings of, 30
Brixius, Germanus ( Germain de Brie): M satirizes, 76-78; suggests M disloyal to Henry VIII, 182-83; mentioned, 152, 227, 232
Buckingham, Edward Stafford, 3rd Duke of: judicial murder of, 188; mentioned, 243
Budé, Guillaume: and E's critiques of monarchy, 110; praises Utopia,126; M's caution in publishing letters with, 186-87
Butchery: in Utopia, 145; E on war and, 255. See Hunting; Killing
Caesar, Julius: E on, 37; C on, 69; as tyrant, 72; V on, 189; as thief, 264; mentioned, 70, 75, 81, 229, 230
Caligula, 177
Campeggio, Cardinal Lorenzo, 176, 210
Canossa, 85
Cardinal College, 221, 260
Catastrophe: London Reformers, civilization, war, and, 165, 287

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