Edwin E. Gantt

Edwin E. Gantt {[email protected]} is a theoretical psychologist in the Department of Psychology at Brigham Young University and a Visiting Fellow of the Wheatley Institution. Currently, his research focuses on issues in philosophy of social science, psychol￾ogy of religion, and psychological accounts of moral agency and altruism. He has authored numerous scholarly articles in these areas, as well as coediting (with Richard N. Williams) the book Psychology-for-the-Other: Levinas, Ethics, and the Practice of Psychology (Duquesne University Press, 2002).

Review: Jacob T. Baker, ed. Mormonism at the Crossroads of Philosophy and Theology: Essays in Honor of David L. Paulsen

Articles/Essays – Volume 47, No. 2

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