By Vergilius Ferm
This accomplished and exact dictionary attracts from the services of a number of individuals besides Ferm’s personal vast wisdom of pastoral psychology to carry readers a great advent to the sector. Dictionary of Pastoral Psychology contains an intensive headword record and easy-to-use go references of phrases, and it'll be a useful and lasting reference resource to scholars of the field.
Vergilius Ferm is the writer of numerous reference titles in philosophy, together with Dictionary of Pastoral Psychology and A historical past of Philosophical platforms. He taught on the collage of Wooster, the place he served because the head of the dept of Philosophy and was once the Compton Professor of Philosophy.
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