The book is divided into two parts. The first one is more about discussions and the second one is mostly related to the laws and customs of the Utopians. The debate has been initiated in the first section of the book where More questioned about the advisory system of the Kings. The second interrogation is even stronger where Sir More questioned the prevailing customs of punishments for thefts as the punishment imposed during the King’s era of England was too violent. Hythloday was another character in the book who claimed that the abolishment of the private property should be considered and that the punishment should be even stronger and severe. However, Sir More partially disagrees with him but has not given any opinion on this perspective (Logan, 2006). The second part begins with the Utopian Government that focuses on the social harmony and the administrative policies, which encourages societal well-being. The structured policies of the Utopian Government determine an ideal administrative landscape that would be implemented in Europe (Hansot, 1974).