El modelo circumplejo de la espiritualidad

Hugo Simkin

Abstract


Si bien en los últimos años los estudios que exploran el fenómeno de la espiritualidad desde una perspectiva psicológica se han incrementado considerablemente, en la literatura especializada aún existe un intenso debate respecto del modo de definirla y evaluarla. El presente trabajo se propone revisar el modelo circumplejo de la espiritualidad elaborado por Piedmont (2004) como un paradigma para comprender la trascendencia espiritual en el marco del modelo y la teoría de los cinco factores de la personalidad. Se concluye que el modelo podría aportar herramientas conceptuales para la indagación de los constructos numinosos, aunque aún resulta necesario revisar los aspectos transculturales del fenómeno. 


Keywords


Espiritualidad, Religiosidad, Personalidad

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