Jun 21-26, 2009
Lonergan Workshop 2009



Available contributions from this conference:
  1. Gerard Walmsley, Creative Collaborator: Polymorphism/ Mutual Mediation and Functional Specialization
  2. John Haughey, Where is Knowing Going?
  3. Armando Rugarcia, Toward an Ethics of the Authentic Subject
  4. Eugene Ahner, Make a life, Not just a Living -- Business is a Human Science
  5. Dominic Doyle, The Collaborative Vision of Christian Humanism: an Evolution of Lonergan's Contribution
  6. Richard Liddy, A Catholic Core: The Curriculum in a Catholic University Today
  7. Gordon Rixon, The Ignatian Presupposition as a Methodological Ground for Collaboration
  8. Ivo Coelho, Person and Subject in Lonergan: A Methodical Transposition
  9. Michael Stebbins, Critical Thinking Techniques: What They Provide and What They Overlook
  10. Kenneth Melchin, Lonergan and the Social Sciences: Some Preliminary Reflections
  11. Paul St. Amour, Situating Lonergan's Economics in a Context of Collaboration
  12. Michael McCarthy, Authentic Faith in a Secular Age
  13. Kathleen Williams, Conversion as Foundational in Theology in Theology: A Conversation between Bernard SJ and Rosemary Haughton
  14. John Dadosky, Women without Envy: Re-covering the Immaculate Conception
  15. Mark Morelli, Consciousness Is Not an Operation
  16. William Murnion, Lonergan's The Incarnate Word and The Triune God: Models of Theological Method as Interdisciplinary
  17. Jeremy Wilkins, The Silence of Eternity, Interpreted by Love': Love and Knowledge of God in Christ the Man
  18. Natalino Spaccapelo, St. Paul and Bernard Lonergan Quote Aristotle
  19. Jennifer Clark, Two Lungs or Two Diverging Roads?
  20. Peter Corbishly, Aristotle, M.A.K. Halliday and Lonergan: Towards a General Theory of Language for Language Teachers
  21. Brian McDonough, Catholic Social Doctrine and Self-Appropriation
  22. William Mathews, On Memoir Biography and the Dynamism of Consciousness
  23. Glen 'Chip' Hughes, Differentiation and its Discontents
  24. Patrick Byrne, What is an Evolutionary Explanation?-Darwin and Lonergan
  25. David Burrell, On Paul's Intellectual Formation in Tarsus
  26. Robert Luby, Method in Medicine for the Age of Syndromes and Genomes
  27. Lauren Weis, How Lonergan's Thought May be Able to Help Mediate Valid Concerns about Gender Bias
  28. Cutberto Garza, Raising the Bar: An International Growth Standard for Infants and Young Children
  29. Robert M. Doran, Sanctifying Grace, Charity, and Divine Indwelling: A key to the Nexus Mysteriorium
  30. Charles Tackney, Asian Anticipations of Relations Systems after World War II - Evidence of Conversion and Workplace Evangelization
  31. Lucio Guasti, Education and Curriculum in Topics in Education
  32. Luca Badini, The Critical Use of Socio-political Categories in Ecclesiology
  33. William George, International Law as Horizon
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