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Volume One

1.1 – March 1983

1 — Christianity within the Political Dialectics of Community and Empire
Matthew L. Lamb
31 — Lonergan’s Early Use of Analogy
Frederick E. Crowe, S.J.
47 — Emergence in Complex Systems
David Oyler

Dialogue:
60 — A Critique of “Lonergan’s Notion of Dialectic” by Ronald McKinney, S.J.
Glenn Hughes
82 — The Usefulness of Philosophy
Mark D. Morelli

Book Reviews:
88 — Review: Clarke E. Cochran: Character, Community, and Politics
Tad Dunne, S.J.
89 — Review: William Johnston: The Mirror Mind: Spirituality and Transformation
John Carmody
93 — Review: Bernard J. Tyrrell, SJ: Christotherapy II: The Fasting and Feasting Heart
Robert M. Doran, S.J.
93 — Review: John Navone, S.J. and Thomas Cooper: Tellers of the Word
Bernard J. Tyrrell, S.J.
96 — Review: Christopher Butler: An Approach to Christianity
Jerome M. Dittberner
98 — Review: Stanley Rosen: The Limits of Analysis
Hugo Meynell

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1.2 – October 1983

101 — Lonergan’s Notion of Belief
J. Fitzpatrick
114 — Confrontation and Understanding in the Foundations of Political Philosophy
Geoffrey Price
134 — Education for Cosmopolis
Robert M. Doran
158 — The Development and the Unity of Lonergan’s Notion of Conversion
Michael L. Rende

Dialogue:
174 — Foundation and Empiricism: An Exercise in Dialectic
Hugo Meynell
195 — A Reply from the Clapham Omnibus
James G. Hanink
198 — A Reply to James G. Hanink
Hugo Meynell
201 — A Worthy Fellow Wonders
James G. Hanink

Notes:
204 — Drama and Meaning
William A. Stewart, S.J.
214 — F.R. Leavis: A Memoir Sebastian Moore

Book Review:
Terry J. Tekippe, Ed.: Papal Infallibility: An Application of Lonergan’s Theological Method
223 — On Learning From An Error
Vernon Gregson

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Volume Two

2.1 – March 1984

1 — The Mediation of Christ in Prayer
Bernard Lonergan
21 — Transcendental Deduction: A Lonerganian Meaning and Use
Frederick E. Crowe

Dialogue:
41 — On Learning From An Error: A Response to Vernon Gregson
Terry J. Tekippe

Book Reviews:
49 — Review: Lester C. Thurow: Dangerous Currents — The State of Economics
Eileen de Neeve
59 — Review — John C. Kelly: A Philosophy of Communication
Garrett Barden

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2.2 – October 1984

1 — Questionnaire on Philosophy
Bernard Lonergan

Notes:
3 — Strawson and Lonergan on ‘Person’
Joseph Fitzpatrick

Book Reviews:
4 — Review — Alan Olson (Ed.): Myth, Symbol and Reality
Fred Lawrence
4 — Review — Denise L. and John T. Carmody: Ways to The Center
Philip Boo Riley
4 — Review — Eugene Thomas Long (Ed.): Experience, Reason and God
James G. Hanink
5 — Review — William J. Kelly (Ed.): Theology and Discovery
Michael C. O’Callaghan

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Volume Three

3.1 – March 1985

1 — A Note on the Prefaces of Insight
F.E. Crowe, S.J.
3 — The Original Preface
Bernard Lonergan
9 — Lonergan’s Economics
William Mathews, S.J.
31 — Reversing Rorty
Hugo Meynell 31

Book Reviews:
49 — Review — Price Markups and Moral Decline: A Review of An Inquiry into the Poverty of Economics by Charles K. Wilber and Kenneth P. Jameson
John F. Maguire

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3.2 – October 1985

1 — A Note on Lonergan’s Dissertation and its Introductory Pages
Frederick E. Crowe
9 — The Gratia Operans Dissertation: Preface and Introduction
Bernard Lonergan
47 — Appendix 1: Lonergan’s “List of Chapters”
48 — Appendix 2: Notes Prefixed to “Excerpta” from the Dissertation

Book Reviews:
51 — Turning Liberalism Inside Out
Charles C. Hefling, Jr.
A Review of The Nature of Doctrine: Religion and the Theology in a Postliberal Age by George A. Lindbeck.

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Volume Four

4.1 – March 1986

1 — Lonergan and the Philosophy of Religion
David B. Burrell
6 — The Discussion of Mystery in Insight
Glenn Hughes
18 — Lindbeck’s Appropriation of Lonergan
Dennis M. Doyle
29 — Lonergan and the Husserlian Problem of Transcendental Intersubjectivity
Paul Kidder

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4.2 – October 1986

55 — Self-Knowledge and the Interpretation of Imaginal Expression
Robert M. Doran
85 — Insight and Mirrors
Garrett Barden
105 — Reply to Garrett Barden
Hugo Meynell
108 — Rorty and the Mirror Images in St. Thomas
Daniel A. Dombrowski
115 — Kenny and Lonergan on Aquinas
Andrew Beards

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Volume Five

5.1 – March 1987

1 — The Origins of Christian Realism
Bernard Lonergan
13 — ‘Verification’: A Survey of Lonergan’s Usage
Des O’Grady, S.J.
41 — Theology and Public Policy: Method in the Work of Segundo, Ellul and Doran
Darrell J. Fasching

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5.2 – October 1987

1 — Ubersicht as Oversight: Problems in Wittgenstein’s Later Philosophy
Andrew Beards
18 — Matthew Arnold Re-Applied (1)
Joseph Fitzpatrick
39 — Foundations of Ethics
William E. Murnion
58 — Mysterium Tremendum
Peter J. Drilling

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Volume Six

6.1 – March 1988

Papers Presented at the Third Annual Meeting of the West Coast Methods Institute, Santa Clara University
March 1987

1 — Lonergan and Existentialism
Mark D. Morelli
18 — Dread and the Horizon of Existence
Thomas J. McPartland
28 — On Horizon and Dread: Thoughts from Jaspers, Frankl, and Lonergan
W.F.J. Ryan, S.J.
50 — The Appropriation of Existential Consciousness
Elizabeth A. Morelli
63 — Imaginal Horizons
Glenn Hughes

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6.2 – October 1988

69 — Matthew Arnold Re-Applied (2)
Joseph Fitzpatrick
93 — From Crisis to Insight
Hugo Meynell
107 — B.F. Skinner’s Radical Behaviorist Theory of the Cognitive Dimension of Consciousness: A Lonerganian Critique
Larry Cooley

138 — Books Received

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Volume Seven

7.1 – March 1989

1 — What is a Thing for Lonergan?
Paul Kidder
18 — Hayes’ Radical Behaviorist Explanation of the Cognitive Dimension of Consciousness: A Lonerganian Critique
Larry Cooley
31 — The Cognitive Functions of Feelings
David Oyler
51 — The Structures of Interpersonal Relationships
Steven Wentworth Arndt
71 — Doctrines, Praxis and Critical Theology: An Interpretation and Critique of Charles Davis’s Option
David M. Hammond

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7.2 – October 1989

95 — The Influence of Newman’s Doctrine of Assent on the Thought of Bernard Lonergan
David M. Hammond
116 — Lonergan and the Catholic University
Richard M. Liddy
132 — Sources of Value
Garrett Barden
141 — Human Development: From Below Upward and From Above Downward
Maurice Schepers, O.P.

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Volume Eight

8.1 – March 1990

1 — A Conversation with Hans-Georg Gadamer
Michael Baur
14 — A Contribution to the Gadamer – Lonergan Discussion
Michael Baur
24 — Lonergan and Educating for Ministry: A Construction
Don Thompson
48 — The Notion of the Transcultural in Bernard Lonergan’s Theology
Matthew Lamb

Reviews:
74 — Curiosity at the Center of One’s Life
William Mathews
89 — The Third World and Bernard Lonergan
Eileen De Neeve
94 — Transcendental – Phenomenological Retrieval and Critical Theory
Martin Matustik

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8.2 – October 1990

106 — On Knowing and Naming
Andrew Beards
129 — Thomas Aquinas and the Will: A Note on Interpretation
Frederick E. Crowe
135 — Baur’s “Conversation with Hans-Georg Gadamer” and “Contribution to the Gadamer – Lonergan Discussion”: A Reaction
Fred Lawrence

Review:
152 — Review — Jean-Marc Laporte, S.J.: Patience and Power: Grace for the First World
Louis Roy, O.P.

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Volume Nine

9.1 – March 1991

1 — Reconstruction, Dialectic and Praxis
Patrick Riordan
23 — Concepts of Culture: Lonergan and the Anthropologists
Dennis Klein
44 — Learning from Lonergan at Eleven
T.V. Daly
63 — Review — William J. Danaher: Insight in Chemistry
Frank Budenholzer
70 — A Note on a Note: Response to Crowe
Terry Tekippe
71 — A Call for Papers on Lonergan and Communication

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9.2 – October 1991

72 — Twine in the Labyrinth: Lonergan, the Non-Relative, and the Horizon of Three Pluralisms
Frank Paul Braio
134 — Lonergan’s PANTON ANAKEPHALAIOSIS: Editor’s Preface
F.E. Crowe and R.M. Doran
139 — PANTON ANAKEPHALAIOSIS
Bernard Lonergan

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Volume Ten

10.1 – Spring 1992

1 — Method in Catholic Theology
Bernard J.F. Lonergan
27 — Lonergan and the Later Wittgenstein
Joseph Fitzpatrick
51 — A Perhaps Permanently Valid Achievement: Lonergan on Christ’s Satisfaction
Charles C. Hefting, Jr.

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10.2 – Fall 1992

77 — Post-Analytic Philosophy: Its Causes and Its Cure
Hugo Meynell
89 — The Critique of Reason Michael H. McCarthy
127 — The Jesuit University as Counter-Culture
Joseph Flanagan, S.J.
147 — The Incompatibility of Intuition and the Constitution in Husserl’sThe Idea of Phenomenology (1907)
William F. Ryan, S.J.

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Volume Eleven

11.1 – Spring 1993

1 — Analytic Concept of History
Bernard J.F. Lonergan
37 — Cosmopolis: Bourget’s and Lonergan’s
David A. Nordquest
51 — Consciousness and Grace
Robert M. Doran
77 — Towards a Systematic Understanding of the Vision in Christ
Terry J. Tekippe

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11.2 – Fall 1993

103 — Analogical Knowledge of God and the Value of Moral Endeavor
Patrick H. Byrne
137 — Comparative Law as Shock Treatment
Mary Ann Glendon
155 — Lonergan and Analytic Philosophy of History
Andrew Beards|
199 — A Lonerganian Critique of the Pragmatic Method of Education
Christopher Gilbert

Note:
215 — Moral Decision – Making and the Role of the Moral Question
Kenneth R. Melchin

Review Articles:
229 — A Critique of Jerome Miller’s Interpretation of Lonergan on Knowing and Being
Michael P. Maxwell, Jr.
243 — No Mean Act of Self-Transcendence
Mark D. Morelli

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Volume Twelve

12.1 – Spring 1994

1 — Lonergan on Consciousness: Is There a Fifth Level?
Michael Vertin
37 — Reading as Understanding
Joseph Fitzpatrick
63 — Democratic Multicultures and Cosmopolis: Beyond the Aporias of the Politics of Identity and Difference
Martin J. Matustik
91 — Objective Chance: Lonergan and Peirce on Scientific Generalization
Vincent G. Potter, S.J.
109 — A Reply to Michael Maxwell
Jerome Miller

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12.2 – Fall 1994

Symposium: Lonergan’s “Philosophy and Religious Phenomenon”

121 — Philosophy and the Religious Phenonmenon
Bernard J.F. Lonergan, S.J.
147 — Lonergan’s Universalist View of Religion
Frederick E. Crowe, S.J.
181 — Lonergan’s “Philosophy and the Religious Phenomenon”: A Commentary
Cynthia S.W. Crysdale
205 — Theological Reflections on “Philosophy and the Religious Phenomenon”
Bernard McGinn
215 — Post-Hegelian Elements in Lonergan’s Philosophy of Religion
Elizabeth A. Morelli
239 — Religious Studies Methodology: Bernard Lonergan’s Contribution
Philip Boo Riley
251 — God with/out Being
John van den Hengel, S.C.J.

Review Articles:
281 — What Did Lonergan Really Say about Aquinas’ Theory of the Will?
J. Michael Stebbins
307 — Shorter Reviews

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Volume Thirteen

13.1 – Spring 1995

1 — ‘Town Criers of Inwardness’ or Reflections on Rorty
Joseph Fitzpatrick
35 — General Method
Philip McShane
53 — “All Love is Self-Surrender”
Jerome Miller

Notes and Reviews:
83 — Deconstruction or Genuineness: A Response to Jerome Miller
Michael P. Maxwell, Jr.
89 — Kant and Lonergan on Insight Into the Sensible
Giovanni B. Sala
99 — Towards the Re-Horizoning of Subjects: Re-Structuring Classical-Modern Educational Perspectives
Frank Braio

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13.2 – Fall 1995

111 — Consciousness and Normative Subjectivity: Lonergan’s Unique Foundational Enterprise
Thomas J. McPartland
131 — Consciousness: Levels, Sublations, and the Subject as Subject
Patrick H. Byrne
151 — Revisiting ‘Consciousness and Grace’
Robert M. Doran
161 — Being in Love
Tad Dunne
177 — Consciousness and the Metaphor of Distance: Remarks from Winter Twilight
Timothy Lynch
187 — Edmund Husserl and the ‘Rätsel’ of Knowledge
William F. Ryan, S.J.
221 — Judgments of Value, for the Later Lonergan
Michael Vertin

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Volume Fourteen

14.1- Spring 1996

1 — Affectional Conversion: A Distinct Conversion or Potential Differentiation in the Spheres of Sensitive Psychic and/or Affective Conversion?
Bernard Tyrrell
37 — The Operational Situation
David Oyler
55 — Newman on Apprehansion, Notional, and Real
Charles Hefling

Notes:
85 — Kant’s Anomolous Insights
William Mathews
99 — Conversion and Objectivity
Joseph Komonchak

107 — Book Reviews

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14.2 – Fall 1996

117 — The Notion of Structure
Bernard Lonergan, S.J.
133 — The African University and the Social Sciences: The Contribution of Lonergan’s Epistemological Theory
Patrick Giddy
155 — Concupiscence and Benevolence in the Thomistic Epistemology of Maritain, Lonergan, and Rahner
Eileen Grieco
183 — Engaged Agency and the Notion of the Subject
Jim Kanaris

Notes:
201 — Literary Theory-What is to be Done?
Hugo Meynell

217 — Book Review

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Volume Fifteen

15.1 – Spring 1997

1 — Editor’s Introduction
Frederick Crowe, S.J.
5 — Moral Theology and the Human Sciences
Bernard Lonergan, S.J.
21 — Process Medical Ethics: A Contribution Towards an Adequate Lonergan Position
Miguel Bedolla
29 — Suspicion and Recovery
Eileen DeNeeve
51 — Lonergan, Economics, and Moral Theology
Peter Burley
57 — Lonergan and Gagnepain: The Human Sciences in Question
Thomas Ewens
91 — A Psychoanalytic Commentary on Lonergan’s ‘Moral Theology and the Human Sciences’
William Meissner

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15.2 – Fall 1997

111 — Towards a New Critical Center
Michael McCarthy
135 — Calculating Subjects: Lonergan, Derrida, and Foucault
Jim Kanaris
151 — Current Views on Legal Reasoning: The Problem of Communication
Bruce Anderson
169 — Common Sense, Space, and the Problem of Troubled Consciousness
Kevin McGinley
191 — Faith Development: Fowler and Lonergan Revisited
Neil Ormerod
209 Book Reviews.

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Volume Sixteen

16.1 – Fall 1998

1 — Editor’s Introduction
Frederick E. Crowe
5 — “Variations in Fundamental Theology”
Bernard J.F. Lonergan, SJ
25 — Schleiermacher’s Epistemology
Louis Roy, OP
47 — The Role of Cognitive Reflection in Bernard Lonergan’s Moral Theology
James Swindal
67 — Book Reviews

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16.2 – Spring 1998

83 — The Scope of Renewal
Bernard J.F. Lonergan, SJ
103 — What Do I Do When I Paint?
Tad Dunne
133 — A Biographical Perspective on Conversion and the Functional Specialties in Lonergan
William Mathews, SJ

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Volume Seventeen

17.1 – Spring 1999

1 — Mutilating Desire? Lonergan and Nussbaum: A Dialectic Encounter
Brian J. Braman
27 — Rhyme and Reason: On Lonergan’s Foundation For Works of the Spirit
Frederick E. Crowe, SJ
47 — Healing and Creating in the Work of Martha Nussbaum
Paulette Kidder
61 — Human Knowing: Passivity, Experience, and Structural Actuation
Tim Lynch

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17.2 – Fall 1999

97 — Nonviolence, Creation, Healing
Mark J. Doorley
111 — Macroeconomic Dynamics and the Work of Nations: Lonergan and Reich on the Global Economy
Paul Hoyt-O’Connor
133 — Human Knowing: Passivity, Experience, and Structural Actuation
Tim Lynch
171 — Lonergan’s Unified Theory of Consciousness
Mark D. Morelli

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Volume Eighteen

18.1 – Spring 2000

1 — Oversight of Insight and the Critique of the Metaphysics of Presence
Elizabeth Murray Morelli
17 — Presence and Differentiation: A Response to Eliabeth Morelli’s “Oversight of Insight”
Paul St. Amour
27 — The First Chapter of De Deo Trino: Pars Systemiatica: The Issues
Robert M. Doran, SJ
49 — Pointing Discussions of Interpretation Towards Dialectics: Some Comments on Michael Vertin’s Paper “Is There a Constitutional Right of Privacy?”
Bruce Anderson
67 — For a Phenomenology of Rational Consciousness
Frederick E. Crowe, SJ

91 — Book Review: Redirecting Philosophy: Reflections on the Nature of Knowledge from Plato to Lonergan by Hugo Meynell
Brian Braman

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18.2 – Fall 2000

95 — Lonergan, the Integral Postmodern?
Fred Lawrence
123 — Whe Pragmatism and Instrumentalism Collide: Lonergan’s Resolution of the Pierce/Dewey Debate on Theory and Practice in Science
Antonia Galdos
145 — On Insight, Objectivity, and the Pathology of Families
Russell J. Sawa and Hugo Meynell
161 — Interpreting the Constitution: A Response to Bruce Anderson
Michael Vertin
179 — Judgment, Reality, and Dissociative Consciousness
Robert Henman

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Volume Nineteen

19.1 – Spring 2001

1 –Translator’s Introduction
Michael Shields
3 — The Notion of Sacrifice
Bernard Lonergan, SJ
29 — Appendix: Three Drafts on the Idea of Sacrifice
Bernard Lonergan, SJ
35 — Intelligentia Fidei in De Deo Trino, Pars Systematica
Robert M. Doran, SJ
85 — Lonergan and the Completion of American Philosophy
Patrick Madigan
101 — A Woman of Common Sense Addresses the High Culture
Thérèse Mason
113 — Lonergan’s Notion of Speculative Theology
Mark Mealy
143 — Lonergan and Taylor: A Critical Integration
Nicholas Plants

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19.2 – Fall 2001

73 – “Stare at a Triangle…”: A Note on How to Get and Insight and How Not To
Frederick E. Crowe, S.J.
181 – Returning to the Religious Subject: Lonergan and Eliade
John D. Dadosky
203 – Elevating Insight: Space-Time as Paradigm Problem
Philip McShane
231 – Clearing the Ground: How to Think about Realism and Antirealism
Paul Templeman
253 – Transcendental Philosophy and Linguistic Philosophy
Michael Vertin

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Volume Twenty

20.1

1 – A Lonerganian Kritik of the Evolutionary Sciences and Religious Consciousness: The Isomorphism of Structures, Activities, and Analysis
Rosemary Juel Bertocci and Francis H. Rohlf
21 – Research: An Illustration from Galileo Studies
Patrick H. Byrne
33 – The Truth of Theological Understanding in Divinarum Personarum and De Deo Trino, Par Systematica
Robert M. Doran, S.J.
77 – Bernard Lonergan to Thomas O’Malley
Gordon Rixon, S.J.
115 – Book Review

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20.2

121 – Translator’s Introduction
Michael Shields, S.J.
125 – Analysis of Faith
Bernard Lonergan, S.J.
155 – The Problem of Desire in Human Knowing and Loving
Beth Beshear
175 – Lonergan at the Edges of Understanding
Frederick E. Crowe, S.J.
199 – Modern Philosophy and the Flight from the Subject
Hugo Meynell.

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Volume Twenty-One

21.1

1 – The Realist Response to Idealism in England and Lonergan’s Critical Realism
Mark D. Morelli
25 – The Surpassing Subject
Nicolas Plants
47 – Can We Thematize Mysticism?
Loius Roy, O.P.
67 – Acceptance and Actualization: The Two Phases of My Human Living
Michael Vertin

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21.2

87 – Editor’s Note
Frederick E. Crowe, S.J.
89 – Grace and the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius
Bernard J. F. Lonergan, S.J.
107 – Languages of Transcendence Across the Realms of Meaning
Glenn Hughes
125 – “A Shower of Insights:” Autobiography and Intellectual Conversion
Richard M. Liddy
145 – Interiority and the Challenge for Primatology
Daniel Mayer

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Volume Twenty-Two

22.1

1 — A Note on the Prefaces of Insight
F.E. Crowe, S.J.
3 — The Original Preface
Bernard Lonergan
9 — Lonergan’s Economics
William Mathews, S.J.
31 — Reversing Rorty
Hugo Meynell 31

Book Reviews:
49 — Review — Price Markups and Moral Decline: A Review of An Inquiry into the Poverty of Economics by Charles K. Wilber and Kenneth P. Jameson
John F. Maguire

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New Series: Volume One, 2010

NS 1.1 – Spring 2010

1 – “Classicist Culture”: The Utility and Limits of an Ideal Type by Thomas J. McPartland
17 – From Bias to Method: Peirce and Lonergan on Common Sense and Its Limitations by Michael Forest
35 – Some Terminological Reservations: ‘Position,’ ‘Conversion,’ ‘Person’ by Hugo Meynell
45 – Wholes and Hierarchies by David Oyler
55 – Self-Appropriating the Inner Parts by Philip McShane
67 – Differentiation and Its Discontents by Glenn Hughes

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NS 1.2 – Fall 2010

85 – Lonergan and Rahner on the Natural Desire to See God by Jeremy Blackwood
105 – History, Society, and the Hermeneutics of the Poor by Rohan M. Curnow
125 – Reconstructing Foundations: An Insight-based Approach to Constructivism and Constructionism in Educational Theory and Practice by Lance M. Grigg
139 – Alienation, the Unhappy Consciousness, and Self-Knowledge in Hegel and Lonergan by Alicia Jaramillo
163 – Politics and Metaphysics: A Horatory Exercise by Thomas J. McPartland.

New Series: Volume Two, 2011

 NS 2.1 – Spring 2011

1 – Self-Appropriation, Polymorphism, and Differénce by James Marsh
13 – The Ninth Functional Specialty by Robert Doran, S.J.
17 – Heidegger, Lonergan, and the Notion of Being by Michael Sharkey
45 – Functional Specialization and the Methodical Division of Labor in Legal Studies by Patrick Brown
67 – Lonergan’s Reception Among Economists: Tale of a Dead Fish and an Agenda for Future Work by Paul Osslington
79 – Groarke, Aristotle, and Induction by Hugo Meynell
89 – Beyond Radical Particularism: A Lonerganian Response to S. Mark Heim’s ‘Pluralistic Inclusivism’ by Nick Olkovich
123 – Review of Pierrot Lambert and Philip McShane, Bernard Lonergan: His Life and Leading Ideas by David Oyler

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NS 2.2 – Spring 2011

131 – Social Grace by Robert M. Doran, SJ
143 – Sanctifying Grace, Elevation, and the Fifth Level of Consciousness by Jeremy W. Blackwood
163 – Living in the Artistry of God: Bernard Lonergan’s Interpretation of Thomist Volitional Theory by Christiaan Jacobs-Vandegeer
187 – The Hypothesis of a Non-Accidental Human Participation in the Divine Active Spiration by Philip McShane
203 – The Notion of a Lonergan Enterprise by Michael Vertin
227 – Review of William F. Sullivan, Eyes of the Heart: Knowing the Good in the Euthanasia Debate by James B. Gerrie

New Series: Volume Three, 2012

NS 3.1- Spring 2012

1 – Two Ways of Being Conscious: The Notion of Psychic Conversion by Robert M. Doran, SJ
19 – Considering the ‘Religious Other’: Revisiting Dominus Iesus in the Light of Functional Specialization by John R. Friday
37 – The Cosmopolis of Elfland: Bernard Lonergan on G. K. Chesterton by Paul G. Monson
63 – Lonergan on the Historical Causality of Christ by John Volk

 

NS 3.2 – Fall 2012

1 – Eighteen Days in 1968: An Essay on the Maturation of Lonergan’s Intentionality Analysis by Jeremy W. Blackwood
27 – The Purpose of Metaphysics by Brian Cronin, C.S. Sp.
45 – Rendering It Explicitly Accountable: Shedding Light on Lonergan’s ‘Pragmatism’ through Robert Brandom’s Normative Pragmatics by Francisco V. Galan

73 – The Reconciliation of the Manifest and Scientific Image in Bernard Lonergan by Brian Mason
89 – Review of Mark Miller, The Quest for God and the Good Life: Lonergan’s Theological Anthropology by Brian Braman

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