Perspectives on character formation from three religious worldviews: The case of humility and intellectual humility
Rosemead School of Psychology
This article advocates for the inclusion of theistic beliefs in the study of humility and intellectual humility and recommends the construct of worldview as a promising resource for this endeavor. The promise of this approach is tested by exploring the contrasting worldviews of three religious traditions: Buddhism, Christianity, and atheism. In so doing, the ontological and anthropological turn of these worldviews will be contrasted with implications for research on humility drawn.
Humility; Buddhism; Christianity; Atheism;
Archive for the Psychology of Religion
DOI of Published Version
Hill, Peter C., "Perspectives on character formation from three religious worldviews: The case of humility and intellectual humility" (2019). Faculty Articles & Research. 466.