Know Yourself: Bernard of Clairvaux on Self- Knowledge

From Torrey Honors Institute Lectures

Dr. Greg Peters considers the meaning and importance of the ancient saying "Know thyself" and examine where this saying has reoccured in philosophy and Christian teaching. Dr. Peters explains that knowing oneself enables understanding God, understanding others, and spiritual growth.

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  • Greg S Peters  

    • Associate Professor of Torrey Honors Institute
    • Director of Faculty Advancement, Torrey Honors Institute

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