Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici, Naples, Italy
Audio recordings of the 2008 Conference held in Naples, Italy, “Going beyond Essentialism: Bernard J.F. Lonergan An Atypical Neo-Scholastic.”

The text of the papers, edited by Cloe Taddei-Ferretti, was published in 2012 by Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici, Naples, and may also be found on this site under “Scholarly Works/Books.”

The audio recordings were made by Greg Lauzon. Both the text and the recordings appear on this site due to the generosity of the Istituto and its Director, Gerardo Marotta.

The text is entirely in English, but the papers were delivered in both Italian and English. Obviously, the recordings are in both languages, but what follows is the English title of each recording.

Contributor Title
Gerardo Marotta Opening Address: The Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici and the Thought of Bernard Lonergan
Carlo Maria, Cardinal Martini (read by Adolfo Russo) Magisterial Lecture: The Value of the Thought of Bernard Lonergan Today
Robert M. Doran, SJ The Abiding Significance of the Ethics of INSIGHT
Frederick G. Lawrence Lonergan’s Sublation of Integral Hermeneutics
Rosanna Finamore Intentionality, Constitutive Dimension of Knowledge in Bernard Lonergan
Patrick H. Byrne Lonergan’s Philosophy of the Natural Sciences and Christian Faith in INSIGHT
William Mathews Consciousness according to Bernard Lonergan and Its Elusiveness
Elizabeth A. Murray The Self of Critical Realism
Matthew C. Ogilvie Bernard Lonergan on Analogy
Giovanni B. Sala The Concept of Transcendentgal in Kant and Lonergan
Saturnino Muratore Bernard Lonergan and the Philosophy of Being
Huyo A. Meynell The Flight from Insight
Cloe Taddei-Ferretti Intersubjectivity in the Thought of Bernard Lonergan and in Cognitive Science
Ivo Coelho Bernard Lonergan’s Universal Viewpoint and Its Transcultural Possibilities
Catherine E. Clifford Lonergan, the Development of Doctrine and the Reception of Ecumenical Consensus
Howard Richards Economic Paradigms and the Thought of Bernard Lonergan
Paulette Kidder Lonergan, Freedom, and the Foundations of Feminism
Adolfo Russo Closing Address: The Significance of Bernard Lonergan for Academic Studies
Carla Maggiano-di Scipio Reminiscences and Impressions about the First Italian Translation of INSIGHT of Bernard Lonergan
Gerard Whelan One Cannot Transpose What One Does Not Know: Outline of a Proposed Course in Fundamental Theology
Giuseppe Guglielmi Quest for Meaning, and Religious Indifference: The Foundational Theology of Lonergan
Ermenegildo Caccese Observations on Lonergan’s Contribution to the Philosophy of Time and Space
Edoardo Cibelli Free Will according to B. Lonergan and B. Libet
Jim Morin Conscious Intentionality as Foundation for a Transcisciplinary Science