"Before destruction a person's heart is proud, but humility comes before honor. – Proverbs 18:12
A brief conversation about the ultimate purpose of humility.
Dr. Marie Fang argues against the idea that we can "be more humble" and offers a tip for how to practice humility as a discipline.
A brief, wide-ranging conversation about the myriad benefits of humility
In this article, Kent Dunnington writes how, in the Christian tradition, humility is considered both the beginning and the end of the virtues. His longer treatment is Humility, Pride, and Christian Virtue Theory.
The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Humility, published in 2020, is the first collection to present a comprehensive overview of the philosophy of humility, while also covering important interdisciplinary topics.
Everett L.Worthington Jr. looks to people who are considered by others to be humble: Jesus, Siddhartha, Gandhi, Mother Teresa, and Martin Luther King Jr. He examines the characteristics of humility they share, and, in doing so, formulates a working understanding of humility.
A brief, yet expansive treatment of what humility is, along with a call to action.
This book synthesizes research and theory relevant to humility and heroism, articulating a vision of heroic humility — humility of such great depth that it inspires others.
This is the first scholarly book to bring together authors from psychology as well as other fields to address what we know and don’t know about humility. Authors review the existing research in this burgeoning field that has well over 100 empirical articles and an increasing trajectory of publication.
John Dickson shows how the virtue of humility was an important character trait for the 'greats' of history and figures prominently in the findings of psychology and sociology. Developing humility can transform your personal relationships and professional dealings.
This book will not tell you to "Be true to yourself," but will implore you to "Humble yourself." This book will not repeat the slogan, "Find your Voice," but will ask you to consider how your moral weaknesses are inhibiting your creativity.
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