The Personality of Saint Cyprian

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Clements, David O.S.B.
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1954
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Catholicism , Classics
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History and Catholic tradition have medicated of St. Cyprian a very normal personality accompanied by many notable virtues. It is the purpose of the following study to try to show that the instruments of modern psychiatry. working upon quite different bases. reveal the same conclusion. Doctor J. D. Campbell, psychiatrist to St. Joseph’s Infirmary and Crawford W. Long Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia, and instructor in. psychiatry. Emory University Medical School, has furnished the tools with which this study will be made. The writer wishes to make clear that the more materialistic theories in psychiatry, as well as methods, may not necessarily coincide with teachings of the Catholic Church, and for this reason it is felt that this study may be fruitful in so far as, entirely aside from Catholic opinion, St. Cyprian will still reveal himself as a very normal person. |The letters of St, Cyprian are the works chosen for the following Investigation. Le Chanoine Bayard's edition, following the Oxford text, has been used as the field for examination. In the text itself, the translation from the Ante-Nicene Christian Library, edited by Reverend Alexander Roberts, D. D. , and James Donaldson, LL. D. , will be used and will be checked for accuracy against Canon Bayard's work.
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