By Vladimir Solovyov
By Vladimir Solovyov
By Rudolf Langthaler
By Wolfgang Wippermann
By Tom Frame
By Merold Westphal
By Bernard Lonergan,S.J., Frederick, E. Crowe,S.J., Robert, M. Doran
Collection includes brief works that span Lonergan's paintings from 1943 to 1965. The papers take care of medical, mathematical, theological, and philosophical questions, together with discussions of such issues because the right starting place of metaphysics, the shape of inference, the character of affection and marriage, and the position of the college within the glossy world.
By Glen Carl Cutlip
By Bernard Lonergan,Robert, C. Croken,S.J., Robert, M. Doran
A better half to Philosophical and Theological Papers 1958-1964 (Volume 6 within the gathered Works of Bernard Lonergan series), this anthology comprises Lonergan's lectures on philosophy and theology given throughout the later interval of his existence, 1965-1980. those papers record his improvement within the self-discipline through the years prime as much as the ebook of Method in Theology, and past to 1980 while he was once extra engaged in his writings and seminars on macroeconomics.
Philosophical and Theological Papers 1965-1980 is split into 5 sections, forming devices at the foundation of dates. the 3 principal sections are each one a suite of lectures respectively given on the Massachusetts Institute of know-how, Gonzaga collage in Spokane, and Trinity university (University of Toronto). even though there's a few repetition among the lecture units and relating to different extra widespread works, this repetition monitors occasional new turns of word that the cautious reader will observe. In at the very least one example, conventional fabric all at once opens out onto expressions to not be came across at any place else in Lonergan's paintings. different very fascinating advancements regard the circulate from talking of the immutability of dogmas to their permanence of which means and the diversifications between 'real self-transcendence,' 'performative self-transcendence,' and 'moral self-transcendence.'
By Klaus Berger
By Michael Strawser