The Lonergan Reader

The Lonergan Reader

eBook - 1997
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Univ of Toronto Pr

Bernard Lonergan's work is both original and comprehensive. It can be grasped only by working one's way slowly and carefully through his major writings. In order to make Lonergan's unique contribution to philosophy and theology accessible to students and teachers, the editors of The Lonergan Reader have brought together in a single volume selections that represent the depth and breadth of his thought. The full range of Lonergan's basic philosophical positions, the key transitional moments in the development of his thought, and the main elements of his innovative theological method are thoroughly represented.

The Lonergan Reader includes an abridgment of Lonergan's massive foundational work, Insight, and extensive selections from his last major work, Method in Theology. In addition, the volume contains the complete texts of several articles that expanded and transformed his original positions and a broad range of shorter selections.

The volume highlights not only Lonergan's essential philosophical writings, but also reveals the larger cultural and theological dimensions of his work.


In order to make Lonergan?s unique contribution to philosophy and theology accessible to students and teachers, the editors of The Lonergan Reader have brought together in a single volume selections that represent the depth and breadth of his thought.



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An anthology of the writings of Bernard Lonergan, widely regarded as one of the most significant thinkers of the 20th century. Includes an abridgement of Lonergan's foundational work, Insight ; extensive selections from his last major work, Method in Theology ; the complete texts of several articles that expanded and transformed his original positions; and a broad range of shorter selections. The editors provide a general introduction and brief introductions to each selection. Paper edition (unseen), $39.95. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

University of Toronto Press

Bernard Lonergan's work is both original and comprehensive. It can be grasped only by working one's way slowly and carefully through his major writings. In order to make Lonergan's unique contribution to philosophy and theology accessible to students and teachers, the editors of The Lonergan Reader have brought together in a single volume selections that represent the depth and breadth of his thought. The full range of Lonergan's basic philosophical positions, the key transitional moments in the development of his thought, and the main elements of his innovative theological method are thoroughly represented.

The Lonergan Reader includes an abridgment of Lonergan's massive foundational work, Insight, and extensive selections from his last major work, Method in Theology. In addition, the volume contains the complete texts of several articles that expanded and transformed his original positions and a broad range of shorter selections.

The volume highlights not only Lonergan's essential philosophical writings, but also reveals the larger cultural and theological dimensions of his work.

Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : University of Toronto Press, Ă1997
ISBN: 9781442681675
1442681675
0802076483
0802042511
9780802042514
9780802076489
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xi, 624 pages)

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