Jun 16, 2002
Lonergan Workshop, 2002
Boston College

We present here audio recordings of the proceedings of the 2002 Lonergan Workshop at Boston College, conducted under the auspices of Fred and Sue Lawrence.

Available contributions from this conference:
  1. John C. Haughey, SJ, Lonergan’s Foundations of Human Rights
  2. John C. Haughey, SJ, Lonergan’s Foundations of Human Rights Q&A
  3. James R. Price, Method in Ethics and Program Planning
  4. James R. Price, Method in Ethics and Program Planning Q&A
  5. Andrea Bartoli, Inter-religious Dialogue
  6. Andrea Bartoli, Inter-religious Dialogue Q&A
  7. John Ranieri, Individual and Group Bias: A Girardian Reading
  8. David Burrell, Narratives Competing for Our Souls: The Middle East Crisis as Our Crisis
  9. David Burrell, Narratives Competing for Our Souls: The Middle East Crisis as Our Crisis Q&A
  10. Robert M. Doran, The Unified Field Structure for Systematic Theology: A Proposal
  11. Robert M. Doran, The Unified Field Structure for Systematic Theology: A Proposal Q&A
  12. J. Michael Stebbins & Kenneth R. Melchin, Developing Ethics in Buisiness
  13. J. Michael Stebbins, Developing Ethics in Buisiness
  14. Kenneth R. Melchin, Mediation & Insight: Contributions to the Field of Conflict Resolution from the Work of Lonergan
  15. Joe Lynaugh & Charlie Mulligan, Experiment in Economic Development
  16. Francisco Quijano, The Desire for Beatitude and the Transcendental Notion of Value
  17. Francisco Quijano, The Desire for Beatitude and the Transcendental Notion of Value Q&A
  18. Patrick H. Byrne, Ethics in a Growth Economy
  19. Patrick H. Byrne, Ethics in a Growth Economy Q&A
  20. John Dadosky, Obscurantism and the True Believer
  21. Various Speakers, The Ambiguities of Globalization, pt 1
  22. Various Speakers, The Ambiguities of Globalization, pt 2
  23. Sebastian Moore, The Risen Life Now
  24. Sebastian Moore, The Risen Life Now Q&A
  25. Phyllis Wallbank, The Learners Evolving Sense of Time
  26. Phyllis Wallbank, The Learners Evolving Sense of Time Q&A
  27. David J. Levy, Reflections on Ontology and Responsibility in Hans Jonas
  28. David J. Levy, Reflections on Ontology and Responsibility in Hans Jonas Q&A
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