Marquette University
The Fourth Annual Marquette University "Lonergan on the Edge" Conference was held on September 21-22. Audio recording of every presentation as well as PDF files of many of the presentations are available. Of particular note is the panel on Saturday morning, September 22, on Lonergan and Black Theology. The mp3 recording presents the entire panel discussion; individual PDF files of the presentations are also available here.

Contributor Title
Jonathan Heaps True Story: Lonergan, Ricoeur, and Explanatory Narrative
Joseph Gordon The Subject, Scripture, and Theological Interpretation
Brian Himes The Lonerganian Supernatural Existential? The Offer of Being in Love Unrestrictedly as Grace
Nicholas DiSalvatore Staying in Love with God: Resolving an Ambiguity regarding Grace as Cooperative
Ryan Miller From Practical Reason to Natural Law: A Lonergan Rhonheimer Dialectic
Stephanie Rumpza Words in the Flesh: Lonergan, Merleau-Ponty, and the Philosophy of Language
Burke Thompson Simmel and Lonergan on Transcendence
Michael Dennis Realms of Meaning, Realms of Negation
Andrew Barrette An Initial Consideration of the Way to the Halfway House
Patrick Hoburg Lonergan’s Appropriation of Hegel: Through the Lens of Philosophical Hermeneutics
Eric Morelli After Theory: A Commonsense Approach to Interiority
Panel Discussion Lonergan and Black Theology
Damian Cleary Lonergan and Social Constructionism
Timothy Hanchin The Preferential Option for the Poor and the Disinterested Desire to Know
Theo Manahan On Lonergan’s Institutions and Althusser’s State Apparatuses
Clayton Shoppa The Politics of Univocity and Analogy