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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.
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