Institutional Ethics and Families: Therapy, Law, and Religion

Don S. Browning, the Alexander Campbell Professor Emeritus of Ethics and the Social Sciences at the [...]University of Chicago's Divinity School, discusses the new approaches to understanding therapy and spirituality in relation to family ethics and structure in his lecture Institutional Ethics and Families: Therapy, Law, and Religion. It's the final lecture in the six-part series Psychology, Spirituality, and Psychotherapy Toward a Revived Religious Humanism at the Danielsen Institute at Boston University.

Hosted by Center for the Study of Religion and Psychology at Boston University's Danielsen Institute on November 17, 2008.

Tags: family, Danielsen Institute, Religion, Psychology, Ethics, law, don s. browning, therapy

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