TODAY – The Humanities Forum Hosts Paul Vitz
November 15, 2019
TODAY in Ryan 102 the Humanities Forum will host Paul Vitz. Dr. Vitz is Senior Scholar and Professor at Divine Mercy University and Professor Emeritus of Psychology at New York University and will speak on ‘The Psychological Importance of Fatherhood’. A converted Catholic psychologist, Paul Vitz says that his scholarship-focused on the integration of Christian theology with psychology – “requires breaking from …modern secularism and post-modern relativism.” His current research focuses on the nature and importance of fatherhood, the psychology of hatred and forgiveness, and the psychology of virtues. His books include The Cult of Self-Worship and Sigmund Freud’s Christian Unconscious. A reception will follow, and please see the attached flier for details. All are welcome!
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