Feb 24-25, 2017
Dialectical Traditionalism 2017
Regis College, Toronto

A collaborative, international research conference.

Available contributions from this conference are audio recordings by Greg Lauzon of the following lectures:

Anne Carpenter, Let this Mind be in You: Christological Reflections on Sacred Tradition

Ryan Hemmer, Cathedrals of the Mind: Tradition, Plurality, and the Renewal of the Speculative Form

Matthew Thollander, Intelligible Abundance: Rowan Williams and Bernard Lonergan on Natural Theology

Robert Van Alstyne, The Same as Person: The Divine Essence as Personal Communion in St. Thomas and Ferdinand Ulrich

Joshua Harris, Neither Solitary Nor Diverse: Transcendental Multiplicity in Aquinas' Trinitarian Theology

Justin Schwartz, Moving Forward by Looking Back: Lonergan's Influences for Adoption of the Great Commission

Robyn Boere, Can We Change Nature? A Study of Eberl, McKenny, and Peterson on the Question of Altering Human Nature

Susan Gray, The Intersection of Lonergan and Feminist Theologies

Benjamin Hohman, Gender and Metaphysics

Kate McCray, Shared Will, Shared Virtue: Rediscovering Distributed Agency and the Christian Responsibility of Support

Nicholas Olkovich, Rethinking the Politics-Religion Distinction

Jonathan Heaps, Medieval and Modern Cooperation on the Ambiguities of Being

Brian Bajzek, Being-in-Love is Being-for-the-Other

Andrew Vink, Weeping at the Foot of the Cross: Social Suffering, Despair, and Hope

Christopher Taucar, The Value of Health and Healing in the Sacramental Nature of Christ

Peter Santandreu, Considering the Contemporary Potential of Baptismal Character

Elisabeth Nicholson, The Significance of Bernard Lonergan's Notion of Conscious Intentionality for a Theology of the Incarnate Word - Ongoing Research

Justin Rowan, The Incarnation and Incarnate Meaning: Lonergan and Girard in Conversation on Christ

Murray Johnston, A Question of Redemption: Towards a Theology of Inter-Religious Dialogue

Mark Yenson, Is There Such a Thing as Pure Chalcedonianism?






Available contributions from this conference:
  1. Anne Carpenter, Let this Mind be in You: Christological Reflections on Sacred Tradition
  2. Ryan Hemmer, Cathedrals of the Mind: Tradition, Plurality, and the Renewal of the Speculative Form
  3. Matthew Thollander, Intelligible Abundance: Rowan Williams and Bernard Lonergan on Natural Theology
  4. Robert Van Alstyne, The Same as Person: The Divine Essence as Personal Communion in St. Thomas and Ferdinand Ulrich
  5. Joshua Harris, Neither Solitary Nor Diverse: Transcendental Multiplicity in Aquinas' Trinitarian Theology
  6. Justin Schwartz, Moving Forward by Looking Back: Lonergan's Influences for Adoption of the Great Commission
  7. Robyn Boere, Can We Change Nature? A Study of Eberl, McKenny, and Peterson on the Question of Altering Human Nature
  8. Susan Gray, The Intersection of Lonergan and Feminist Theologies
  9. Benjamin Hohman, Gender and Metaphysics
  10. Kate McCray, Shared Will, Shared Virtue: Rediscovering Distributed Agency and the Christian Responsibility of Support
  11. Nicholas Olkovich, Rethinking the Politics-Religion Distinction
  12. Jonathan Heaps, Medieval and Modern Cooperation on the Ambiguities of Being
  13. Brian Bajzek, Being-in-Love is Being-for-the-Other
  14. Andrew Vink, Weeping at the Foot of the Cross: Social Suffering, Despair, and Hope
  15. Christopher Taucar, The Value of Health and Healing in the Sacramental Nature of Christ
  16. Peter Santandreu, Considering the Contemporary Potential of Baptismal Character
  17. Elisabeth Nicholson, The Significance of Bernard Lonergan's Notion of Conscious Intentionality for a Theology of the Incarnate Word - Ongoing Research
  18. Justin Rowan, The Incarnation and Incarnate Meaning: Lonergan and Girard in Conversation on Christ
  19. Murray Johnston, A Question of Redemption: Towards a Theology of Inter-Religious Dialogue
  20. Mark Yenson, Is There Such a Thing as Pure Chalcedonianism?
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