Title

Conscience in Thomas More and the Age of Reformation: The Beginnings of Casuistry

Individual author or multiple authors

Individual

Major

History (HIST)

Category of Work

Prizes/Awards

Additional Category of Work

None

Degree

Bachelor of Arts

Class Year

2011

Date of Submission

Tue, 31 May 2011 05:02:55 GMT

Year of Graduation

2012

Other Department or Program

History

Comps Adviser(s)

North, William Linden

Award

Catherine E. Boyd Essay Prize in Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Identifier (Includes All Files and Enter All Their Files Name)

haasle_2011_HIST.pdf

Keywords

Thomas More, conscience, English Reformation, Catholicism, casuistry

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Student Work Completed Date

2011-04-08

Format

application/pdf

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