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In the case of the BCSA (London branch) a particularly prominent figure was the Methodist minister, the Reverend John Scott Lidgett. Turberfield (2003) notes that Lidgett has been described as ‘the greatest Methodist since John Wesley’. His involvement with the BCSA stemmed directly from his prominent role in the Bermondsey Settlement, in London’s East End, a religious project aimed at helping children in the poorest area of London, which also had connections with Oxford Anglican Evangelicals. Other ministers identifiable as active members include Rev.
This contrasted with the situation it confronted vis-à-vis the physical sciences, for there were no long established and intellectually sophisticated biblical physics or scriptural geology or rational biology traditions comparable to Thomistic and subsequent rational and biblical Psychologies. It is clearly difficult to reconcile all this with Misiak and Staudt’s claim that there is no Catholic Psychology as such. On the contrary, the highly elaborated Thomistic model of the mind presents a quite specific theoretical position with empirical ramifications.
Insofar as these were religious in character, they therefore played a role in Psychology’s origins. In the United States the predominance of religiously founded universities and colleges gave this a further positive twist. To understand this we need to look more generally at North American Psychology’s origins. The American Dimension In the United States Psychology was preceded by university and college based courses in what is usually referred to as ‘Mental and Moral Philosophy’ (MMP henceforth), taught to all students, frequently by the institution’s president.