The Lonergan Workshop journal, edited by Fred Lawrence, is the annual publication of papers presented at the previous year’s Lonergan Workshop. The Workshop journal is a rich resource for the important work taking place in ongoing conversations at the Boston College Lonergan Workshop each summer.

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Volume 1
<p>v — Editor’s Note</p> <p>vii — Contributors To This Issue</p> <p>ix — Table of Contents</p> <p>1 — Dialectic and the Ignatian Spiritual Exercises | Frederick E. Crowe</p> <p>27 — The Psychological Present to the Academic Community | Philip McShane</p> <p>69 —Transcendental Dialectic of Desire and Fear | Joseph Flanagan</p> <p>93 — The Theologian’s Psyche: Notes Toward a Reconstruction of Depth Psychology | Robert M. Doran</p> <p>143 — On the Possibility and Desirability of a Christian Psychotherapy | Bernard Tyrrell</p> <p>187 — Christian Self-Discovery | Sebastian Moore</p> <p>223 — Political Theology and “The Longer Cycle of Decline” | Frederick Lawrence</p> <p>257 — The Production Process and Exponential Growth: A Study in Socio-Economics and Theology | Matthew L. Lamb</p> <p>309 — Religious Knowledge | Bernard Lonergan</p>
Volume 10
<p>iii — Editorial Note</p> <p>vii — Dedication</p> <p>xi — Preface</p> <p>1 — Teleology, Modern Science and Verification | Patrick H. Byrne</p> <p>49 — “All my work has been introducing history into Catholic Theology” | Frederick E. Crowe</p> <p>83 — Where the Late Lonergan Meets the Early Heidegger | Joseph Flanagan, S.J.</p> <p>119 — Knowledge Makes a Noisy Entrance: The Struggle for Self-Appropriation in Law | Mary Ann Glendon</p> <p>145 — The Drama of Living, and Lonergan’s Retrieval of Transcendence | Glenn Hughes</p> <p>159 — Lonergan’s Early Essays on the Redemption of History | Joseph A. Komonchak</p> <p>179 — Historicity and Eternity: Bernard Lonergan’s Transpositions and Differentiations | Matthew L. Lamb</p> <p>229 — Lonergan’s Foundations for Constitutive Communication | Frederick Lawrence</p> <p>279 — Spirituality and the Primacy of the Dramatic Pattern of Living | Sebastian Moore</p> <p>297 — Coleridge, Newman and Lonergan: Conscience and Imagination in the Moral Argument of God’s Existence | Philip Rule, S.J.</p> <p>319 — Bernard Lonergan and the Return of Ancient Practice | David W. Tracy</p> <p>333 — Interview with Lonergan | Pierre Robert<br /> </p>
Volume 11
<p>iii — Dedication</p> <p>vii — Editorial Note</p> <p>1 — Image, Symbol, Cosmopolis: Art and the Critical Role of Culture | Glenn Hughes</p> <p>21 — Still Life and Landscape: The Sacred in Secular Attire | Paul Kidder</p> <p>35 — Painting as Spiritual: The Philosophical and Pedagogical Tasks | Paul Kidder</p> <p>53 — What Bernard Lonergan Learned from Suzanne K. Langer | Richard Liddy</p> <p>91 — In Water and in Blood | Sebastian Moore, O.S.B.</p> <p>105 — Question and Imagination: Eric Voegelin’s Approach | John Ranieri</p> <p>145 — Questions on the Fifth Level and the Processes of the Spiritual Subject | Pierre Robert</p> <p>165 — Another Thing Needful: Reason , Feeling, and Imagination in 19th-Century Literature | Philip C. Rule, S.J.</p> <p>179 — ‘Development’ and the Imagining Subject in Method | Hamish Swanston</p> <p>213 — Complacentia boni and the Mission of the Church | Colleen Keene Webster<br /> </p>
Volume 12
<p>iii — Dedication</p> <p>v — Editorial Note</p> <p>1 — Metaphysics of Form, Matter, and Gender | Sr. Prudence Allen, R.S.M.</p> <p>27 — Byway of the Cross: The Early Lonergan and Political Order | R. Michael Clark</p> <p>45 — The Idea of the Descriptive Equality: Lonergan Explains Jefferson | John E. Coons/Patrick Brennan<br /> </p> <p>77 — John Courtney Murray on Legitimate and Needed Social Plurality | Leon Hooper, S.J.</p> <p>95 — Plurality, Love, Marriage: Debating Justice in the Family | Paulette Kidder</p> <p>111 — Liberty, History, and the Common Good: An Exercise in Critical review | Michael McCarthy1</p> <p>47 — Critical and Symbolic Realism: Lonergan and Coleridge | Sebastian Moore, O.S.B.</p> <p>179 — Affinities of Lonergan and Voegelin | Mark D. Morelli</p> <p>199 — Voegelin, Religious Experience and Immortality | Michael P. Morrissey</p> <p>227 — Universal Viewpoint and Universal Humanity: Attunement or Discord in the Philosophies of Voegelin and Lonergan | Brendan Purcell<br /> </p>
Volume 13
<p>iii — Editorial Note</p> <p>1 — Human Freedom  | Dave Burrell, C.S.C.</p> <p>7<span style="background-color: transparent;">— Medieval Jewish, Islamic, and Christian Perspectives on Love and Will  | Dave Burrell, C.S.C.</span></p> <p>13 — The Structure and Rhythms of Love in Today’s World | Dave Burrell, C.S.C.</p> <p>17 — Complacency and Concern in the Risen Life | Frederick Crowe, S.J.</p> <p>33 — Resting in Reality: Reflecting on Crowe’s ‘Complacency and Concern’ | Mark Doorley</p> <p>57 — ‘Complacency and Concern’ and a Basic Thesis on Grace | Robert Doran, S.J.</p> <p>79 — The Motion of Operative and Cooperative Grace: Retrievals and Explorations | Jean-Marc LaPorte</p> <p>95 — Limits, the Illimitable, and the Disciplined Imagination: George Eliot’s Middlemarch | Robert Lewis</p> <p>115 — Early Christianity and the Public Realm: Troeltsch’s Distinctions of Gospel, Kingdom, and World | Michael McCarthy</p> <p>127 — Enlightenment: Old and New | Hugo Meynell</p> <p>141 — The Doxology of Joy | Sebastian Moore, O.S.B.</p> <p>161 — Reflections on the Appropriation of Moral Consciousness | Elizabeth Morelli</p> <p>189 — Lonergan’s Metaphysics of Value and Love: Some Proposed Clarifications and Implications | Michael Vertin<br /> </p>
Volume 14
<p>iii — Editorial Note</p> <p>viii — Dedication</p> <p>1 —The Contribution of the Nurse to the Human Good | Jean Belair</p> <p>59 — Contexts and Horizons of Desire: Sebastian Moore’s Contributionto Fundamental Theology | Michael Paul Gallagher</p> <p>73 — The Meditative Path: “The Monk and the Poet Are One” | Dorothy Judd Hall</p> <p>99 — Grace, Christ, Redemption, Lonergan (In That Order) | Charles Hefling</p> <p>115 — An Analogy for the Divine Self-Gift | Matthew Lamb</p> <p>155 — Intersubjectivity, Groups, and Common Life | Kevin McGinley</p> <p>173 — Where the Spirit of the Lord Is, There Is Freedom | Sebastian Moore</p> <p>1<span style="background-color: transparent;">97 — Ressentiment and Redemption | Elizabeth Murray Morelli</span></p> <p>229 — Paul Ricoeur’s Philosophy of Desire | Louis Roy</p> <p>243 — Economic Analysis within Redemptive Praxis: An Achievementof Lonergan’s Third Decade | Michael Shute</p> <p>265 — Theological Categories: The Transposition Needed forComparative Theology | Carla Mae Streeter</p>
Volume 15
<p>iii — Editor’s Introduction</p> <p>ix — Dedication</p> <p>1 — Beyond Onto-Theology: Negative Theology and Faith  | David B. Burrell, CSC</p> <p>13 — Modern Architecture and Ignatian Vision  | Paul Kidder</p> <p>27 — Authority and Its Exercise  | Joseph Komonchak</p> <p>4<span style="background-color: transparent;">3 — Understanding the Author as Artist: Composing Insight | William Mathews, SJ</span></p> <p>77 — Critical Christian Renewal  | Michael McCarthy</p> <p>99 — What Is Democracy, Anyway? A Discussion between Lonergan and Rawls  | Kenneth Melchin</p> <p>117 — Authentication of Common Sense from Above Upwards: Mediating Self-Correcting Folk Psychology | Mark Morelli</p> <p>141 — Images and Witnesses | Francesca Murphy</p> <p>173 — Reflections on the Future of Education in Light of Montessori and Lonergan | Phyllis Wallbank<br /> </p>
Volume 16
<p>iii — Editor’s Introduction</p> <p>viii — Photograph of William Alfred by Elsa Dorfman</p> <p>1 — Is There a Constitutional Right To Privacy? | Michael Vertin</p> <p>49 — The “Far Larger” Work of Insight’s Epilogue  | Frank Braio</p> <p>67 — Theology and Philosophy  | David Burrell, CSC</p> <p>83 — “ Et Judaeus Et Graecus E Methodo:” The Transcultural Mediation of Christian Meanings and Values in Lonergan  | Ivo Coelho, SDB</p> <p>107 — Snapshots of a Holy Man: Harvard Professor William Alfred  | Dorothy Judd Hall</p> <p>121 — Scholarship’s Impenetrable Wall  | Sean McEvenue</p> <p>139 — Foundations, the Subject of Psychology, and Science | Tom McGrath, SJ</p> <p>153 — The Body Speaks and God Is a New Language | Sebastian Moore, OSB</p> <p>173 — Method in the Arts and Sciences  | William Murnion</p> <p>199 — Kant’s Theory of Knowledge | Giovanni Sala, SJ<br /> </p>
Volume 17
<p>1 – The Future: Charting the Unknown with Lonergan | Frederick E. Crowe</p> <p>23 – Reflections on Method in Systematic Theology | Robert M. Doran</p> <p>53 – From Analogy of ‘Being’ to the Analogy of Being | David Burrell, CSC</p> <p>67 – The Conversions of Paul in Light of Lonergan’s Theory of Conversion | Richard J. Cassidy</p> <p>85 – Bernard Lonergan: Educationist and Philosopher | Joseph Fitzpatrick</p> <p>95 – About What Might a “Girard-Lonergan ‘Conversation’” Be? | Charles C. Hefling</p> <p>125 – The Future of American Cities | Paul Kidder</p> <p>143 – Authority, Autonomy, and Authenticity | Michael McCarthy</p> <p>163 – What God has Joined and Man Has Put Asunder | Sebastian Moore</p> <p>175 – From the Historicity of Consciousness to the Ontology of the Person | Giovanni Rota</p> <p>197 – The Encyclical Letter of Pope John Paul II, Fides et Ratio: A Service to Truth | Giovanni Sala<br /> </p>
Volume 18
<p>vi – “Leaping” | a poem by Dorothy Judd Hall</p> <p>viii – “The Poet” | a poem by Patricia Benzmiller</p> <p>1 – Kierkegaard and Lonergan on the Prospect of Cognitional-Existential Integration | Paul St. Amour</p> <p>63 – The Sacred as Real: Eliade’s Ontology of the Sacred and Lonergan’s Philosophy of God | John Dadosky</p> <p>87 – Over Thin Ice: Comments on ‘Gratia: Grace and Gratitude’ | Charles Hefling</p> <p>121 – To Begin Anew: Reflections on Freedom, Destiny and Ethics in the Work of Bernard Lonergan and Julia Kristeva | Christine Jamieson</p> <p>139 – Derrida and Lonergan on the Gift | Paulette Kidder</p> <p>155 – Lonergan’s Critique of Aristotle’s Notion of Science | Michael Maxwell189 – Historicity and Normative Order | Jerome Miller</p> <p>203 – A Word for Sexual Desire | Sebastian Moore, OSB</p> <p>225 – Theology, Philosophy, and Interiority: Experience Speaks to Experience | James Pambrun<br /> </p>
Volume 19
<p>1 – The Postconciliar Jesuit Congregations: Social Commitment Constructing a New World of Religious Meaning | Peter Bisson, S.J.</p> <p>37 – Reflections on Ignatian Soteriology: The Contributions of Ignacio Ellacuría | Kevin Burke, S.J.</p> <p>51 – The Models of Avery Dulles and Some References to Lonergan | Richard Cassidy</p> <p>61 – Francis Xavier, Lonergan, and the Problem of Missions Today | Ivo Coelho, S.D.B.</p> <p>83 – Ignatian Themes in the Thought of Bernard Lonergan: Revisiting a Topic that Deserves Further Reflection | Robert M. Doran, S.J.</p> <p>107 – Gerard Manley Hopkins and Lonergan’s Notion of Elemental Meaning | Glenn Hughes</p> <p>137 – Thinking with Fr. Richardson | Paul Kidder</p> <p>149 – Ignatian Discernment from Lonergan’s Perspective | Colin J. Maloney</p> <p>197 – Collingwood and Lonergan on Historical Knowledge | Robert Miner211 – Trivium Pursuit: Lonergan on Aquinas | Gilles Mongeau, S.J.</p> <p>225 – Joyful Sorrow | Elizabeth Murray</p> <p>235 – What Really Happened at Vatican II – A Response to O’Malley and Schloesser | Neil Ormerod</p> <p>251 – Gratia Christi, The Heart of the Theology of Karl Rahner: Ignatian Influences in the Codex De Gratia Christi(1937/38) and its Importance for the Development of His Work | Roman Siebenrock</p> <p>267 – The Finality of Human Spirit: From Maréchal to Lonergan | Michael Vertin</p> <p>287 – The Transformation of Consciousness: Walter J. Ong and the Presence of the Word in the Making of Culture | João Vila-Chã</p> <p>3<span style="background-color: transparent;">25 – Raymund Schwager, S.J.: Dramatic Theology | Nikolaus Wandinger</span></p>
Volume 2
<p>v — Editor’s Note</p> <p>vi — Contributors To This Issue</p> <p>vii — Table of Contents</p> <p>1 — History and Social Theory in Ecclesiology | Joseph A. Komonchak</p> <p>55 — The Foundation of Heresy | Quentin Quesnell</p> <p>83 — Theological Models: An Exercise in Dialectics | David W. Tracy</p> <p>109 — Culture and Morality | Joseph Flanagan</p> <p>147 — Dramatic Artistry in the Third Stage of Meaning | Robert M. Doran</p> <p>201 — Christotherapy and the Healing/Transformation of the Communal Consciousness with Special Reference to the American Consciousness | Bernard J. Tyrrell</p> <p>231 — “The Modern Philosophic Differentiation of Consciousness” or What is the Enlightenment? | Frederick Lawrence</p> <p>281 — Methodology, Metascience, and Political Theology | Matthew L. Lamb<br /> </p>
Volume 20
<p>iii&nbsp;– Editor’s Introduction</p> <p>1 –&nbsp;Consilience? Edward O. Wilson, Lonergan, and Other Proposals for the Unity/Differentiation of Knowledge |&nbsp;Philip Berryman</p> <p>17 –&nbsp;Foundations of “The Ethics of Embryonic Stem Cell Research” |&nbsp;Pat Byrne</p> <p>71&nbsp;–&nbsp;Action Research as a Method of Praxis |&nbsp;David Coghlan, S.J.</p> <p>87&nbsp;–&nbsp;Edging (Toward) the Center |&nbsp;M. Shawn Copeland</p> <p>93 –&nbsp;“Centering the Church”: A Development in Ecclesiology Based on Balthasar and Lonergan |&nbsp;John Dadosky</p> <p>105 –&nbsp;Envisioning a Systematic Theology |&nbsp;Robert Doran, S.J.</p> <p>127 –&nbsp;Another Perhaps Permanently Valid Achievement: Lonergan on Christ’s (Self-) Knowledge |&nbsp;Charles Hefling</p> <p>165 –&nbsp;Lonergan and Post-Conciliar Ecclesiology |&nbsp;Joseph Komonchak</p> <p>185 –&nbsp;Emerging Probabilities and the Operators of Musical Evolution |&nbsp;Greg Lauzon</p> <p>197&nbsp;–&nbsp;Theology as Praxis in Augustine’s&nbsp;Confessions: A Community Founded on the Humanity of Christ |&nbsp;Paul LaChance</p> <p>223 –&nbsp;Startling Strangeness: A Memoir |&nbsp;Richard Liddy</p> <p>253 –&nbsp;Toward a Catholic Christianity: A Personal Narrative |&nbsp;Michael McCarthy</p> <p>271 –&nbsp;“At the still point” where “there is only the dance”: Logos, Lonergan, and T.S. Eliot’s&nbsp;Four Quartets | Gregory Maillet</p> <p>295 – “A Perhaps Not Numerous Center” |&nbsp;Hugo Meynell</p> <p>3<span style="background-color: transparent;">05&nbsp;–&nbsp;Theology, Philosophy, &amp; Interiority: Experience Speaks to Experience |&nbsp;Mark Morelli</span></p> <p>337 –&nbsp;Shankara and Aquinas: A Case Study in Comparative Ethics |&nbsp;William Murnion</p> <p>357 –&nbsp;Robert Doran and Pastoral Theology: Reflections from Nairobi, Kenya |&nbsp;Gerard Whelan</p> <p>391 –&nbsp;The Adolescent and the Use of the Philosopher Lonergan’s Questions |&nbsp;Phyllis Wallbank<br> </p>
Volume 21
<p>iii – Editor’s Introduction</p> <p>1 – Beyond MySpace: Grounding Postmodern Identity in Lonergan’s Interiority Analysis | Alison Benders</p> <p>17 – General Congregation 35: The Jesuits and a Corporate Use of the Fifth (Religious) Level of Meaning: The Discovery of Love | Peter Bisson</p> <p>33 – Autonomous Reason versus Tradition-directed Inquiry: Mulla Sadra, Lonergan, MacIntyre, and Taylor | David Burrell</p> <p>43 – What is Our Scale of Value Preference? | Patrick H. Byrne</p> <p>65 – Lonergan’s Economic Ideas Today: Functional Distinctions in Spending, The Pure Cycle of Innovative Growth, the Good of Order, and the Baseball Diamond | Eileen de Neeve</p> <p>85 – Preserving Lonergan’s Understanding of Thomist Metaphysics: A Proposal and an Example | Robert M. Doran</p> <p>103 – Lonergan’s Early Short Papers and Devotional Works | Philip Egan</p> <p>125 – Robert Moses and the Common Good | Paul Kidder</p> <p>145 – Upstream Medicine | Robert Luby</p> <p>179 – Breathing Back: Lonergan, Literary Creativity, and the Spirit of the Lord | Gregory Maillet</p> <p>193 – Faith and Lonergan | Colin Maloney</p> <p>241 – The Idea of a University, Reductionism, and Lonergan on Emergence | William Mathews</p> <p>263 – Conversion | Michael McCarthy</p> <p>2<span style="background-color: transparent;">77 – The Second Moment of Intellectual Conversion | Elizabeth Murray</span></p> <p>295 – Beyond Moral Suasion: Reading Method in Theology in “Racist America” | Jon Nilson</p> <p>303 – Potency and Structure | David Oyler</p> <p>313 – On the Validity of Extrinsic Causality in Proofs for the Existence of God | Paul St. Amour</p> <p>349 – Leaving Self-Centeredness: Lonergan and Cognitive Science on Art | Cloe Taddei Ferretti</p> <p>369 – Meeting Lonergan’s Challenge to Educators | Raymond Topley</p> <p>383 – Implicit Theology, Authentic Subjectivity. and Karl Rahner’s “Anonymous Christian” | Nikolaus Wandinger<br /> </p>
Volume 3
<p>v — Editor’s Note</p> <p>vii — Table of Contents</p> <p>viii — List of Contributors</p> <p>1 — An Exploration of Lonergan’s New Notion of Value | Frederick E. Crowe, S.J.</p> <p>25 — “Persons as Originating Values”: A Primer (Reader) From Lonergan’s Thought on the Topic of Values | Cathleen Going</p> <p>33 — The Self-Causing Subject: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Knowing | Joseph F. Flanagan, S.J.</p> <p>53 — An Improbable Christian Vision and the Economic Rhythms of the Second Million Years | Philip McShane</p> <p>83 — The Language of Love | Sebastian Moore</p> <p>107 — Pastoral Theology: Can There Be an Institutional Format for Praxis? | Charles Mulligan</p> <p>125 — “Dynamics of Christotherapy” and the Issue of a De Jure Psychotherapeutic Pluralism | Bernard J. Tyrrell, S.J.</p> <p>149 — Philosophy of God, Theology, and the Problems of Evil | Michael Vertin</p> <p>179 — A Post-Hegelian Philosophy of Religion | Bernard Lonergan<br /> </p>
Volume 4
<p>v — Editor’s Notes</p> <p>viii — List of Contributors</p> <p>1 — Dialectically-Opposed Phenomenologies of Knowing: A Pedagogical Elaboration of Basic Ideal-Types | Michael Vertin</p> <p>27 — The Ethics of Jesus, Christ-Centered Ethics and Lonergan’s Method | Richard J. Cassidy</p> <p>41 — Suffering Servant and the Scale of Values | Robert M. Doran, S.J.</p> <p>69 — A Hope Embodied in Story: Flannery O’Connor’s Vision | Arthur L. Kennedy</p> <p>85 — Original Sin, Sex, Resurrection and Trinity | Sebastian Moore</p> <p>99 — The Primacy of Spiritual Experience in Theological Reflection | William Reiser, S.J.</p> <p>115 — Theology and/or Religious Studies: Bernard Lonergan’s Option | Phillip Boo Riley</p> <p>141 — Language, Prayer, and the Dynamics of Transformation | Nancy C. Ring</p> <p>167 — Christian Imagination and Christian Prayer | Bernard J. Tyrrell, S.J.<br /> </p>
Volume 5
<p>iii — Editor’s Note</p> <p>1 — Son and Spirit: Tension in the Divine Missions? | Frederick E. Crowe, S.J.</p> <p>23 — Primary Process and the Spiritual Unconscious | Robert M. Doran, S.J.</p> <p>49 — Faith, Charity, Hope | Tad Dunne, S.J.</p> <p>71 — The Dialectics of Theory and Praxis within Paradigm Analysis | Matthew L. Lamb</p> <p>115 — Intellectual Conversion and Science Education | William Matthews, SJ</p> <p>145 — The New Life | Sebastian Moore, O.S.B.</p> <p>163 — Lonergan and the Foundation of a Contemporary Mystical Theology | James Robertson Price III</p> <p>197 — Whether Sacraments Liberate Communities: Some Reflections upon Image as an Agent in Achieving Freedom | Stephen Happel</p> <p>219 — Redemption and Intellectual Conversion: Notes on Lonergan’s “Christology Today” | Charles C. Hefling, Jr.</p> <p>263 — Basic Christian Community: An Issue of ‘Mind and the Mystery of Christ’ | Fred Lawrence</p> <p>289 — The Fundamental Attitudes of the Liberally Educated Person: Foundational Dialectics | Emil Piscitelli<br /> </p>
Volume 6
<p>iii — Editor’s Notes</p> <p>1 — The Fabric of Lonergan’s Thought | Patrick H. Byrne</p> <p>185 — From Psychic Conversion to the Dialectic of Community | Robert M. Doran, S.J.</p> <p>109 — Bernard Lonergan and James Joyce: Literature as De-Conversion | Toby Foshay</p> <p>127 — Elements of Basic Communication | Frederick G. Lawrence</p> <p>143 — Systematics, Communications, Actual Contexts | Philip McShane</p> <p>175 — A Pseudo-Problem of Communication and Understanding | Hugo Meynell</p> <p>195 — Reversing the Counter-Position: The Argumentum ad Hominem in Philosophic Dialogue | Mark D. Morell</p> <p>i231 — The Promise of Narrative Theology: A Strategy of Communication | John Navone, S.J.</p> <p>239 — Psychological Conversion, Methods of Healing, and Communication | Bernard Tyrrell, S.J.<br /> </p>
Volume 7
<p>iii — Editor’s Note</p> <p>1 — Mystery and Modern Mathematics  | Patrick H. Byrne</p> <p>35 — An Expansion of Lonergan’s Notion of Value | Frederick E. Crowe, S.J.</p> <p>59 — Duality and Dialectic  | Robert M. Doran, S.J.</p> <p>85 — Preaching: A Mutual Self-Meditation of the Word of God, Preacher, and a Congregation  | Peter Drilling</p> <p>105 — The Meaning of God Incarnate according to Friedrich Schleiermacher; or, Whether Lonergan is Appropriately Regarded as ‘A Schleiermacher for Our Time,’ and Why Not  | Charles C. Hefling, Jr.</p> <p>179 — Hamlet and the Affective Roots of Decision  | Glenn Hughes and Sebastian Moore</p> <p>203 — Meaning, Mystery, and the History of Consciousness | Thomas J. McPartland</p> <p>269 — History, Ethics, and Emergent Probability  | Kenneth Melchin</p> <p>295 — Pinning Down the Meaning  | Quentin Quesnell</p> <p>313 — The Crisis of the Human Good  | Terry J. Tekippe</p> <p>331 — Feelings as Apprehensive-Intentional Responses to Values  | Bernard J. Tyrrell, S.J.<br /> </p>
Volume 8
<p>iii — Editor’s Note</p> <p>1 — Insight and the Retrieval of Nature | Patrick H. Byrne</p> <p>61 — Insight: Genesis and Ongoing Context | Frederick E. Crowe, S.J.</p> <p>85 — Insight: Chapters 1-5 | Joseph Flanagan, S.J.</p> <p>109 — The Affirmation of Order: Therapy for Modernity in Bernard Lonergan’s Analysis of Judgment  | Glenn Hughes and Sebastian Moore, O.S.B.</p> <p>135 — Ethics in Insight | Kenneth R. Melchin</p> <p>149 — How Right Plato Was | Hugo Meynell</p> <p>165 — The Forming and Transforming of Ego: An Explanatory Psychology of Soteriology | Sebastian Moore, O.S.B.</p> <p>191 — On First Reading Insight | Hamish Swanston</p> <p>213 — Lonergan’s “Three Basic Questions” and a Philosophy of Philosophies | Michael Verti</p> <p>n249 — Knowing, Objectivity, and Reality: Insight and Beyond  | Michael Vertin</p> <p>265 — What Kind of Proof is Insight 19? | Quentin Quesnell</p>
Volume 9
<p>iii — Editorial Note</p> <p>v — Errata</p> <p>1 — Imaginal Theologies of History  | Tad Dunne</p> <p>25 — Spirit and Mission of the “Faithful Remnant”: A Study of Community in the Isaiah Scroll | Ann Johnston, R.S.C.J.</p> <p>43 — Lonergan’s Apprenticeship 1904-46: The Education of Desire | William Matthews, S.J.</p> <p>89 — Mission and Spirit: Questions of probability and Providence | Philip McShane</p> <p>99 — Lonergan and Ricoeur: Emerging Complementary Philosophical Approaches for the Theological Views of Science | James R. Pambrun</p> <p>145 — The Structure of Christian Prayer and its Integration with the Sciences | Eduardo Perez Valera, S.J.</p> <p>195 — Intentionality Analysis, the Church, and Women’s Spirituality | Nancy Ring</p> <p>209 — Grace, Mediation, and Liturgical Orientations | Louis Roy, O.P.</p> <p>225 — Doing Theology in the Phillipine Context | Walter L. Ysaac, S.J.</p>