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Meaning and history in systematic theology : essays in honor of Robert M. Doran, SJ

Author: John D Dadosky; Robert M Doran
Publisher: Milwaukee, Wisconsin : Marquette University Press, [2009] ©2009
Series: Marquette studies in theology, #68.
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"This Festschrift is written in honor of theologian and philosopher Robert Doran, one of the most creative and important Lonergan scholars working today. His magnum opus, Theology and the Dialectics of History (1990), integrated his reworking of depth psychology into a theory of history that serves as a foundation not only for systematic theology, but also for interdisciplinary collaboration. It relies on Lonergan's  Read more...
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Meaning and history in systematic theology.
Milwaukee, Wis. : Marquette University Press, ©2009
(OCoLC)744473127
Named Person: Bernard J F Lonergan; Robert M Doran; Robert M Doran; Bernard J F Lonergan
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John D Dadosky; Robert M Doran
ISBN: 9780874627459 0874627451
OCLC Number: 428823368
Description: 518 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Which scale of value preference? Lonergan, Scheler, von Hildebrand, and Doran / Patrick H . Byrne --
Robert Doran's theology of history and the liberation of the poor / Rohan M. Curnow --
Midwiving the fourth stage of meaning: Lonergan and Doran / John D. Dadosky --
The emergence of a systematics of religious diversity / Darren Dias --
Lonergan's philosophy of art: from Verbum to Topics in education / Joseph Flanagan --
Lonergan' Cur Deus Homo: revisiting the law of the Cross / Charles Hefling --
From a systematics of history to communications: transition, difference, options / Thomas Hughson --
The hermeneutics of inferiority : transpositions in the third stage of meaning / Christiaan Jacobs-Vandegeer --
Value, active meaning, and the method of praxis: soundings in Lonergan's thought / Paul Joseph LaChance --
Emerging probabilities and the operators of musical evolution / Greg Lauzon --
The problematic of Christian self-understanding and theology: today's challenge to the theological community / Frederick G. Lawrence --
Self-appropriation as a way of life / James L. Marsh --
The fourth stage of meaning: Essay 44 of the Series Field Nocturnes Cantower / Philip McShane --
Lonergan, Girard, and conflict / Kenneth R. Melchin --
Classical rhetoric and the control of elemental meaning / Gilles Mongeau --
Bernard Lonergan's early formulation of the foundational nexus mysteriorum in God's self-communication in Creation / H. Daniel Monsour --
Lonergan's debt to Hegel and the appropriation of critical realism / Mark D. Morelli --
Unmasking the censor / Elizabeth A. Murray --
Charles Taylor in conversation with Lonergan and Doran: on upper and lower blades / Neil Ormerod --
"Let us be practical!" : the beginnings of the long process to functional specialization in the Essay in fundamental sociology / Michael Shute --
Culture building in Kenya: employing Robert Doran's thought in parish work / Gerard Whelan.
Series Title: Marquette studies in theology, #68.
Responsibility: edited by John D. Dadosky.

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"This Festschrift is written in honor of theologian and philosopher Robert Doran, one of the most creative and important Lonergan scholars working today. His magnum opus, Theology and the Dialectics of History (1990), integrated his reworking of depth psychology into a theory of history that serves as a foundation not only for systematic theology, but also for interdisciplinary collaboration. It relies on Lonergan's seminal contribution to the reversal of the post-Enlightenment crisis of meaning, that is, his emphasis on the subject's intelligent and responsible self-appropriation as the foundation of epistemology, metaphysics, and human collaboration. Doran's achievement is a profound development of this work, and it provides fecund ground that enables Lonergan's legacy to make itself felt across the humanities, the human sciences, and beyond. The range of contributions contained in this volume points to the immense significance of Doran's work, and they cover topics as varied as communication studies, critical-history, depth psychology, pastoral theology, philosophy, religious diversity, and systematic theology. These different concentrations ensure that this collection of essays is of use to readers who are curious about the relevance of Lonergan's critical-realism to a breadth of scholarly disciplines. It is also of acute interest to established scholars who are well aware of the merits of Doran's contributions to Lonergan Studies, and who wish to gain an understanding of the directions in which his work is being both employed and developed."--

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