Mar 01-02, 2012
With the encouragement of graduate students in the Philosophy and Theology Departments, the Marquette Lonergan Project sponsorfed a colloquium on March 1-2, "Lonergan, Philosophy, and Theology." The colloquium was aimed at fostering dialogue between the work of Bernard Lonergan and philosophical figures and issues that are important in contemporary theology. Hegel, Heidegger, and Habermas were chosen as figures to be engaged. We present here the proceedings of this very successful conference. The entire conference is presented here in mp3 audio format and most of the proceedings also in PDF document format. More PDF files will be added later.
Lonergan, Philosophy, and Theology
Thursday, March 1, 4:00 P.M.: Mark Morelli, Loyola Marymount University, "Meeting Hegel Halfway: The Intimate Complexity of Lonergan's Relationship with Hegel"
Responses from Matthew Peters, graduate student, Philosophy, and Ben Suriano, graduate student, Theology.
Friday, March 2, 10:00A.M.: Michael Sharkey, University of Wisconsin, Platteville, "Heidegger, Lonergan, and the Notion of Being"
Responses from Prof. Sebastian Luft, Philosophy Department, and Andrew Barrette, graduate student, Southern Illinois University
Friday, March 2, 2:00 P.M.: William Rehg, S.J., Saint Louis University, "Lonergan and Habermas: Contributions to Understanding the Moral Domain"
Responses from Prof. Pol Vandevelde, Philosophy Department, and Prof. Gregory O'Meara, S.J., Law School
Available contributions from this conference:
- Mark Morelli, Meeting Hegel Halfway: The Intimate Complexity of Lonergan's Relationship with Hegel
- Matthew Peters, Ben Suriano, Response to Mark Morelli
- Michael Sharkey, Heidegger, Lonergan, and the Notion of Being
- Sebastian Luft, Andrew Barrette, Response to Michael Sharkey
- William Rehg, Lonergan and Habermas: Contributions to Understanding the Moral Domain
- Pol Vandevelde, Gregory O'Meara, Response to William Rehg