Jun 15-20, 2008
Lonergan Workshop, 2008

35th Annual Lonergan Workshop

Available contributions from this conference:
  1. John Haughey, Is there such a Thing as the Catholic Intellectual Tradition?
  2. Peter Bisson, The Jesuits and a Corporate Use of Religious Value
  3. William Mathews, Reductionism as a Destroyer of Human Meaning and Values
  4. Nikolaus Wandinger, Implicit Theology and Authentic Subjectivity - The Problem of Attaining Objectivity
  5. John Ranieri, Leo Strauss: Picture Thinking and Biblical Interpretation
  6. Roman A. Siebenrock, Loci Theologici and Lonergan's Method in Theology in Relation to Current Discussions Among German Theologians
  7. Alison Benders, Beyond MySpace: Grounding Post-Modern Identity in Lonergan's Notion of Self-Transcendence
  8. Raymond Topley, Lonergan's "Ironing Out" Challenge to Educators
  9. Robert Luby, Upstream Medicine: A Higher Viewpoint
  10. Paul LaChance, Intersubjectivity and the History of Trinitarian Theology
  11. Charles C. Hefling, Lonergan's Cur Deus Homo: The Law of the Cross, Revisited or Why Anselm and Abelard Were Both Right
  12. Eileen de Neeve, Lonergan's Economic Ideas Now: Functional Distinctions, Innovative Growth, The Good of Order and The Baseball Diamond
  13. Jon Nilson, Beyond Moral Suasion: Reasoning Method in Theology in "Racist America"
  14. David Oyler, Potency and Structure
  15. Cloe Taddei Ferretti, Leaving Self-Centeredness According to Lonergan and from the Viewpoint of Cognitive Science
  16. David B. Burrell, A Trinitarian "Foundation" for Human Freedom
  17. Colin Maloney, Faith and Lonergan
  18. Robert M. Doran, Preserving Lonergan's Understanding of Thomist Metaphysics: Some Key Instances
  19. Jeremy Wilkins, Transposing Nature, Grace and Virtue
  20. Michael McCarthy, The Need for Conversion
  21. Elizabeth Murray, The Second Moment of Intellectual Conversion
  22. Kenneth Melchin, Three Challenges in Christian Ethics
  23. Cheryl Picard, Exploring the Insight Mediation Method
  24. Brian McDonough, Lonergan's Notion of Conversation in Encounters between Criminal Offenders and their Victims
  25. William E. Murnion, A Postmodern Philosophy of History
  26. Thomas McPartland, The Critique of History and the Pure Line of Progress: A Lonergan Legacy
  27. Paul St. Amour, On the Validity of Extrinsic Causality in Proofs for the Existence of God
  28. Phil Egan, Evaluating Lonergan's Early Short Papers and Devotional Works
  29. Gerald Walmsley, Lonergan on Philosophic Pluralism
  30. Patrick H. Byrne, The Normative Scale of Values
  31. Gerald Whelan, Lonergan and the Future of Catholic Social Teaching
  32. Gregory Maillet, Breathing Back: Lonergan, Literary Creativity and the Spirit of the Lord
  33. Paul Kidder, Robert Mosses and the Common Good
  34. John Dadosky, Is There a Fourth Stage of Meaning? Reports on Ways of Applying Lonergan's Thought
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