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|Named Person:||Bernard J F Lonergan; Bernard J F Lonergan|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Bernard J F Lonergan; Robert M Doran; Robert C Croken; Daniel Monsour; Michael G Shields; Lonergan Research Institute.
|ISBN:||9781442610200 1442610204 9781442640863 1442640863 9781442646308 1442646306 9781442614352 1442614358 9781442646292 1442646292 9781442614345 144261434X|
|Language Note:||Volumes 2 and 3 present the texts in the original Latin, with English translations on facing pages. Introduction and notes in English.|
|Notes:||"[These volumes] record Bernard Lonergan's classes and some of his institutes on theological method, and in doing so present much of the data on his development between the publication of 'Insight' and the completion of 'Method in Theology"--Volume 1, page [xiii].
Volume 1 contains proceedings of three English conferences on method: Regis College, Toronto, July 9-20, 1962; Georgetown University, July 13-17, 1964; and Boston College, July 3-12, 1968.
Volumes 2 and 3 contain lecture notes (some reconstructed) for courses that Lonergan taught in Latin at the Gregorian University, Rome, between 1959 and 1964.
Volumes 2 and 3 edited by Robert M. Doran and H. Daniel Monsour, with translations by Michael G. Shields.
|Description:||volumes ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Part one, Regis College Institute "On the method of theology," 9-20 July 1962: 1. Operations, the subject, objects, method ; 2. The human good, meaning, and differentiations of consciousness ; 3. Integration of worlds and contemporary theological problems ; 4. Elements of theology ; 5. Beyond extrinsicism and immanentism ; 6. Knowing, believing, and theology ; 7. Transitions and thematization ; 8. Positive and systematic theology, and meaning ; 9. Hermeneutics ; 10. History. --
Part two, Avery Cardinal Dulles's notes for Lonergan's "A five day institute: The method in theology," 13-17 July 1964, Georgetown University: 1. The contemporary problem ; 2. Reason illumined by faith ; 3. Differentiation of methods I ; 4. Differentiatioin of methods II ; 5. Special questions --
Part three, "Transcendental philosophy and the study of religion," 3-12 July 1968, Boston College: 1. Method ; 2. Method (continued), Functional specialties, and an introduction to horizons and categories ; 3. Horizons and categories ; 4. The human good and values ; 5. Beliefs and carriers of meaning ; 6. Analysis of meaning and introduction to religion ; 7. Religious expression, faith, conversion.
|Responsibility:||edited by Robert M. Doran and Robert C. Croken.|