Catholic identity is often discussed in relation to institutions such as schools and hospitals. Catholic identity can also be investigated in relationship to various disciplines, including philosophy, anthropology, and psychology. This article builds a bridge to neoscholastic thought in articulating a philosophical anthropology which strives to maintain a Catholic identity and focus. The work of Charles Taylor, a leading Catholic philosopher, is presented in an effort to place the existential problem of personal agency within a Catholic framework.
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Swindal, J. (2002). Pragmatism and a “Catholic” Philosophical Anthropology. Journal of Catholic Education, 6 (1). Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/ce/vol6/iss1/5