“Analecta Gregoriana” 300
2006 pp.XX- 420 Premio Bellarmino 2006
Throughout the history of philosophy, many have been amazed at the human person's enormous capacity for knowledge and self-deception for virtue and akrasia, and have been wont to wonder about the possibility of both to sit squarely within the same human breast....The work concludes with suggestions about the relevance of self-deception and akrasia both to the practice of philosophy itself and to the understanding of religious belief.
Mark Sultana was born in Malta in 1973.Doctor in philosophy at a Pontifical Gregorian University, he lectures at a University of Malta. He is a member of the Pastoral Formation Institute set up by the Archdiocese of Malta.