Apr 12-14, 2007
West Coast Methods Institute
Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles

West Coast Method Institute
The 22nd Annual Fallon Memorial Lonergan Symposium,
April 12th-14th, 2007

This was the first WCMI to be recorded by Greg Lauzon.

Available contributions from this conference:
  1. William Zanardi, What Does it Mean to Pay Attention?
  2. Glen "Chip" Hughes, Lonergan and the Concept of Stupidity
  3. David Oyler, The Embodiment of Value
  4. Greg Hodes, Intellectual and Moral Transcendence: Why We Can’t Get All the Way There from Here
  5. Mark Doorley, Making Virtues out of the Dynamism of Human Consciousness
  6. Martin DeNys, Lonergan and Kierkegaard on Self-transcendence
  7. Paul Allen, The Natural as Self-Transcendent: Love and Grace in Mutual Self-Mediation
  8. Francisco Sierra-Gutierrez, The Colombian Cosmopolis Project
  9. Paul St. Amour, Prudentia in the Modern Context
  10. Sandy Drage, Feminist Ethics and Self-Transcendence
  11. James Walter, An Application of Lonergan’s Horizon Analysis to Cardinal Bernardin’s Consistent Ethic of Life
  12. Patrick Brown, Catholic Social Thought
  13. Thomas McPartland, Lonergan’s Philosophy of History
  14. James Barrera Para, Encountering Confucius’ Ethics of Self-Transcendence
  15. James Marsh, Self-Appropriation and Alterity
  16. Richard Liddy, The Conditions for Self-Appropriation
  17. David Zinn, The Role of the Imaginal in (Ethical) Self-Appropriation
  18. John Dadosky, Transitional Thomism and the Recovery of Beauty: Lonergan Balthasar
  19. Randall Rosenberg, Mystical Analogy in Lonergan and Balthasar
  20. Philip McShane, Placing and Replacing Insight after 50 Years
  21. Robert Doran, Envisioning a Systematic Theology
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