Communication and Lonergan: Common Ground for Forging the New Age

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Thomas J. Farrell, Paul A. Soukup
Rowman & Littlefield, 1993 - Religion - 377 pages
Essays about communication and the thought of Canadian Jesuit philosopher and theologian Bernard Lonergan.

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Contents

Insight and Understanding The Common Sense Rhetoric of Bernard Lonergan
3
Writing the Writer and Lonergan Authenticity and Intersubjectivity
23
Preaching as a Form of Theological Communication An Instance of Lonergans Evaluative Hermeneutics
48
The Spectrum of Communication in Lonergan
67
Specialized Studies
87
Neither Jew nor Greek but One Human Nature and Operation in All
89
Eric Voegelin on Plato and the Sophists
108
Philosophy After Philosophy
137
On Truth Method and Gadamer
204
The Interiority of Communication Literary History
219
The Human Good and Christian Conversation
240
Communication Mutual SelfMediation in Context
261
The Role of Theological Symbols in Mediating Cultural Change
286
Reference Materials
305
Glossary of Lonerganian Terminology
307
References
322

From Logic to Rhetoric in Science A FormalPragmatic Reading of Lonergans Insight
150
The Fragility of Consciousness Lonergan and the Postmodern Concern for the Other
165
Index
355
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