Faction and Ideology: Thomas Starkey's Dialogue

@article{Mayer1985FactionAI,
  title={Faction and Ideology: Thomas Starkey's Dialogue},
  author={T. Mayer},
  journal={The Historical Journal},
  year={1985},
  volume={28},
  pages={1-25}
}
  • T. Mayer
  • Published 1985
  • Sociology
  • The Historical Journal
Thomas Starkey's (c. 1495–1538) Dialogue between Reginald Pole and Thomas Lupset is one of the most significant works of political thought written in English between Fortescue and Hooker, for several reasons. It gives insight into its author's intellectual background – Oxford, Paris, Avignon, Padua, Venice – which he shared with many of the other ideologues of the Henrician state. More than that, the Dialogue represents one of the first attempts to blend continental humanism of a Venetian… Expand
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