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The Anthropology Project: Philosophical Virtue and Psychological Strengths
The Anthropology Project has aimed to identify those elements of the Catholic tradition that remain indispensable for sustaining a proper dialogue between Christianity and secular psychology.
The invited members have sought to promote the development of a common language among theologians and psychologists that will enable the two constituencies to share a proper understanding of the human person.
The encyclical letter of Pope John Paul II, Fides et Ratio, guides the work of the Project.
The project has produced a manuscript, Philosophical Virtues and Psychological Strengths: Building a Bridge (Sophia Institute Press).
The co-editors are Romanus Cessario, O.P., Craig Steven Titus, and Paul C. Vitz.
The contributors are: Kenneth Schmitz, Romanus Cessario, Roger Scruton, Benedict Ashley, Paul Vitz Christopher Thompson, Matthew Cuddeback, John Cuddeback, Craig Steven Titus, Tobias Hoffmann, Paul Gondreau, Daniel McInerny, David Franks. For more information on this book, please click here.