Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies
METHOD: Journal of Lonergan Studies aims at furthering interpretive, historical, and critical study of the philosophical, theological, economic, and methodological writings of Bernard Lonergan by promoting original research into the methodological foundations of the sciences and disciplines. The journal was founded in 1983 by Mark Morelli, who is now editor together with Patrick Byrne and Charles Hefling. A number of Lonergan’s unpublished essays have appeared for the first time inMETHOD, along with articles on a wide range of topics that bear on Lonergan studies.
To see the tables of contents of volumes already in print, click here.
METHOD is published twice a year, in April and October.
Subscriptions are available on an annual basis.
Orders are filled with all journal issues published in the year that the order is placed.
Manuscripts must be submitted by email attachment in .doc, .docx, or .rtf format to Mark D. Morelli at firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions should be accompanied by a brief biographical notice.
Submissions must follow A Manual of Style (University of Chicago Press). Submissions in other formats will not be accepted for review and will be returned for correct formatting. References to any of Lonergan’s writings that have appeared in the Collected Works of Bernard Lonergan must cite that edition, but may also cite older editions.
Copies of some back issues are still in print. For a list of available issues, with their tables of contents, and information for ordering them, click here.
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