Conscience in Thomas More and the Age of Reformation: The Beginnings of Casuistry
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Bachelor of Arts
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North, William Linden
Catherine E. Boyd Essay Prize in Medieval and Renaissance Studies
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Thomas More, conscience, English Reformation, Catholicism, casuistry
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