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Philosopher Peter Kreeft (Boston College) asks whether sanctity is our summum bonum (our ‘highest good’), and he reflects on the resources of pre-modern and modern psychology.
Peter Kreeft (PhD Fordham University) is Professor of Philosophy at Boston College. He specializes in philosophy of religion, ethics, philosophy in literature, and C.S. Lewis.
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