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Demut und Hochmut – Humility and its importance on the process of spiritual-religious counseling and care

  • Ali AytenEmail author
  • Amjad M. Hussain
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In our contemporary narcissistic society, nurturing virtues such as humility and modesty have become a vital enterprise. Due to the recognition of the importance of this subject today, we find it spoken about frequently in everyday life. If we scientifically approach the subject of humility, we find that this topic has been studied in many different disciplines.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Marmara Üniversitesi İlahiyat FakültesiIstanbulTürkei

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