In the magnificent theatrical drama

A Man for Eternity

, where the conflict between a man of conscience like

Thomas More

and the arbitrary absolute power of

Henry VIII

, of whom he was an advisor and friend until his beheading, is staged, there is a scene in which he "Man of all seasons" faces the dilemma that his son-in-law brings him.

He urges him to use his immense power as

Lord Chancellor

to get rid of a mortal enemy and Sir Thomas More clarifies that, by not knowing

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