5 edition of Lonergan and the philosophy of historical existence found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p.273-287) and index.
|Statement||Thomas J. McPartland.|
|Series||Eric Voegelin Institute series in political philosophy|
|LC Classifications||BD995.L654 M37 2001, BD995.L654 M37 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 305 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||305|
|LC Control Number||2001027424|
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Lonergan and the Philosophy of Historical Existence explores the implications of Lonergan's approach to the philosophy of history in a number of distinct but related contexts, covering a variety of intellectual disciplines.
Each chapter can be read independently, but the series of chapters provides a coherent unfolding of Lonergan's case that Cited by: 5. Bernard Lonergan's ambitious study of human knowledge, based on his theory of consciousness, is among the major achievements of twentieth-century philosophy.
He challenges the principles of contemporary intellectual culture by finding norms and standards not in external perceptions or reified concepts, but in the dynamism of consciousness itself. Lonergan and the Philosophy of Historical Existence explores the implications of Lonergan's approach to the philosophy of history in a number of distinct but related contexts, covering a.
Get this from a library. Lonergan and the philosophy of historical existence. [Thomas J McPartland] -- "Lonergan and the Philosophy of Historical Existence explores the implications of Lonergan's approach to the philosophy of history in a number of distinct but related contexts, covering a variety of.
Get this from a library. Lonergan and the philosophy of historical existence. [Thomas J McPartland] -- Bernard Lonergan's ambitious study of human knowledge, based on his theory of consciousness, is among the major achievements of twentieth-century philosophy.
He challenges the principles of. The book explains how Lonergan's idea of development follows from his theory of consciousness and how his treatment of human development inevitably focuses on historical development.
The central theme of the book is that Lonergan's philosophy of history makes Price: $ This book is part of a larger project dealing with Lonergan’s philosophy of history. a much larger work in progress and an earlier published work, Lonergan and the Philosophy of Historical Existence, both deal with what is termed in this book Lonergan’s “ontological philosophy of history,” where the “historically engaged subject” is related to such themes as historicity.
Taking Lonergan’s philosophy of historical existence into the realm of an epistemological philosophy of history, he demonstrates how the philosopher’s approach builds on the actual performance of historians and, as a result, integrates the insights of historical specialists into a 5/5(1).
In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content. BOOK REVIEWS Lonergan and the Philosophy of Historical Existence. By THOMAS J. MCPAR1LAND. Columbia, Mo.: University of Missouri Press, Pp.
$ (cloth).Author: David Fleischacker. Taking Lonergan’s philosophy of historical existence into the realm of an epistemological philosophy of history, he demonstrates how the philosopher’s approach builds on the actual performance of historians and, as a result, integrates the insights of historical specialists into a Cited by: 2.
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The central theme of the book is that Lonergan's philosophy of history makes. Bio: Bernard Joseph Francis Lonergan Bernard J.F. Lonergan was born on 17 December in Buckingham, Quebec, Canada.
Inafter four years at Loyola College, Montreal, he entered the Society of Jesus in Guelph, Ontario. From to he studied philosophy, languages, and mathematics at Heythrop College and the University of London. Book Lonergan's Quest: A Study of Desire in the Authoring of Insight Cardinal Newman: A Study N/A The Crisis Philosophy Arnold J.
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Bernard Lonergan, SJ (), was a philosopher-theologian and an economist. The Canadian Jesuit is regarded by many as one of the greatest philosophical and theological minds of the 20th century, following the Thomist tradition. Method in Theology stands, with Insight, as Bernard Lonergan's most important work.
It is Lonergan's answer to those who would argue that in this time of cultural change and dissolution the believer is afloat on a sea of multiplying theologies, without rudder or compass/5.
Developing the Lonergan Legacyboth recounts the history of Lonergan's work in philosophy and theology, and offers significant theoretical and existential developments of that work.
Divided into two sections - 'studies,' which examines the historical context of Lonergan and his writings, and 'essays,' which applies Lonergan's work in different.
Method in Theology by Bernard Lonergan Seabury, Method in Theology is the work of a genius, Bernard Lonergan, a Jesuit philosopher and theologian who lived from until I.
Bernard Lonergan Archive offers access to the most important documents in the Lonergan archives, in the form of searchable PDF files, and to audio recordings of lectures that Lonergan delivered between andin the form of downloadable mp3 files. The author has correctly identified a major lacuna in Lonergan scholarship, has offered a complex and sophisticated account to fill that gap, has supported his interpretation carefully with textual evidence, and has provided an account of the stages of the genesis of Lonergan’s mature philosophy of religion.
McPartland, Thomas () Lonergan and the Philosophy of Historical Existence. University of Missouri Press. See p Bernard Lonergan’s ambitious study of human knowledge, based on his theory of consciousness, is among the major achievements of twentieth-century philosophy.
An Introduction to the Philosophy of Bernard Lonergan. Book Description: Hegel has obliged them not only to account for their own views but also to explain the existence of contrary convictions and opinions.’² It seems that all philosophies, both actual and possible, rest on cognitional activity either as correctly conceived or as.
Lonergan, “Horizons”, p. Lonergan, Quoted in Lonergan “Questionnaire on Philosophy” Philosophical and Theological Papers,Collected works of Bernard Lonergan, Vol edited by Robert Croken and Robert M. Doran (Toronto, University of Toronto Press, ), p. Philosophical Aspects of Bernard Lonergan’s “Method in Theology” * Giovanni B.
Sala, S.J. (Translated by Donald Buzzelli) In a previous review,  I described the origins of the essay on theological method recently published by Bernard Lonergan, S.J., and I indicated its structure and contents.
I would now like to return to this subject in order to examine some philosophical and. (NOTE: This it the first of a three part series on Bernard Lonergan's philosophical proof for God.
We'll share the second and third parts on Wednesday and Friday, respectively.) Introduction. Bernard Lonergan was a Canadian Jesuit priest, philosopher, and theologian, regarded by many as one of the most important thinkers of the 20th century.
Lonergan later adverted to the parallel between Rogers' appropriation of feelings and his own appropriation of understanding. Second Collection, 6. Insight, 13 (xviii - xix). Richard M. Liddy, Art and Feeling: An Analysis and Critique of the Philosophy of. Taking Lonergan’s philosophy of historical existence into the realm of an epistemological philosophy of history, he demonstrates how the philosopher’s approach builds on the actual performance of historians and, as a result, integrates the insights of historical specialists into a Brand: University of Missouri Press.
Bernard Lonergan (), a professor of theology, taught at Regis College, Harvard University, and Boston College. An established author known for his Insight and Method in Theology, Lonergan received numerous honorary doctorates, was a Companion of the Order of Canada in and was named as an original member of the International Theological Commission by Pope Paul VI.
Economist, philosopher and blogger Eric Lonergan, featured in The Times, The Economist and FT. Author of Money, (Routledge) explores the meaning of money.
Lonergan and Historiography by Thomas J McPartland,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. mentions Lonergan in a long footnote listing critical realist thinkers, but there is no discussion of Lonergan.4 It should be obvious to a scholar of Lonergan studies that in his five-hundred page book, Smith is an expert practitioner familiar with the major thinkers, major books, and major articles in File Size: 87KB.
Lonergan’s proof is as follows: If all reality is completely intelligible, then God exists. But all reality is completely intelligible. Therefore, God exists. See also McPartland, Lonergan and the Philosophy of Historical Existence, chap. Louis Roy makes the helpful distinction between “consciousness-in” (self-presence) and “consciousness-of” (presence to objects), in his Mystical Consciousness: Western Perspectives and Dialogue with Japanese Thinkers (Albany: State University of New York.
He studied under Lonergan at the Gregorian University in Rome and has been a Lonergan Fellow at Boston College. He wrote a dissertation on Lonergan in theology (Fordham University) and in philosophy (Tulane University). He has edited the Lonergan Studies Newsletter and Papal Infallibility: An Application of Lonergan's Theological Method ().
15Encyclopedia of Philosophy, s.v "History, Philosophy of," by W.H. Dray. 16For Lonergan's treatment of the emergence of historical consciousness see MT, p The issue of historicity and its relevance to philosophy is admirably treated in Thomas J. McPartland, "Historicity and Philosophy: The Event of Philosophy: Past.
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As a philosopher, Lonergan drew on a variety of philosophies, from the Greek and medieval classics to new thinking in philosophy of science and existentialism. In his book, Insight, Lonergan situated various philosophies and systems of thought within an integrated framework where their ideas contribute to an enlarging and comprehensive Size: KB.
Schouborg, Gary (). "A Note on Lonergan's Argument for the Existence of God". The Modern Schoolman, 45, This brief article is to introduce the reader to a contemporary reflection on the existence of God in terms of the human drive for unrestricted inquiry.
Fr. Bernard Joseph Frances Lonergan, SJ, CC (Ph.D., Theology, Gregorian University (Rome), ; B.A., University of London, ), was an ordained Roman Catholic priest of the Jesuit an economist and philosopher-theologian in the Thomist tradition, he taught at Loyola College (Montreal) (now Concordia University), Regis College (now federated within the University of Toronto), the4/5(5).3 See Bernard Lonergan, Philosophy of God, and Theology (Philadelphia: Westmin ster, ).
4 A recen t exampl e of th oversigh understanding and consequen confusion f the tasks that Lonergan assigns to the distinct functional specialties "doctrines" and "systematics" is found inWolfhart PannenbergSystematic, Theology, Geof vol. 1, by: 3. For discussion and references, see Chapter 7,nn.above [A reference to the volume from which this essay is taken: Lonergan and the Philosophy of Historical Existence].
Byrne, Analysis and Science, chap. 7. The following analysis relies heavily on his arguments.