Lonergan on the Edge 2011

We would like to officially welcome our presenters for the 2011 Lonergan on the Edge Conference. See our list below for our presenters and their paper titles. See you September 16-17!

Brian Himes, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, “Lonergan’s Position on the Natural Desire to See God as Corroborated by Aquinas’s Doctrine of Creation by Participation and His Nominal Definition of God as Ipsum esse

Brian O. Sigmon, Marquette University, “Psychic Conversion in the Story of Joseph and His Brothers”

Christopher Krall, SJ, Marquette University High School, “Seeking What Ought to Be: An Analysis of the General Empirical Method in the Context of Adolescent Moral Decision Making and the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola”

Daniel D. De Haan, Center for Thomistic Studies, University of St. Thomas (TX), “Lonergan’s Insight into Aquinas’s Account of Self-cognition in De veritate 10.8”

Eric Mabry, Center for Thomistic Studies, University of St. Thomas (TX), “Suffering Subjectivity: Aquinas and Lonergan on Christ’s Experience of Pain”

Gregory Floyd, Boston College, “The Reluctant Phenomenologist: Lonergan and the Limits of Phenomenology”

Jason Renken, Loyola University Chicago, “Human Responsibilities Amid Human Rights: Lonergan’s Complementary Reading of Aquinas for Migrants and Refugees”

Jonathan Heaps, Boston University School of Theology, “Sinfulness: A Philosophy of Human Trans-Naturality”

Juliana Vazquez, Marquette University, “Truly Good Medicine: The Promise of Catholic Social Teaching and Lonergan’s Scale of Values for Catholic Healthcare Ethics”

Mary P. Utzerath, Marquette University, “Grace Considered from the Perspective of Lonergan’s Worldview”

Rev. Chris Hadley, SJ, Marquette University, “Balthasar and Lonergan on Distance and Mutual Opposition in Trinitarian Relations”

Ryan Miller, Boston College, “Watching a Play Isn’t Like Taking a Look, Either:  Lonergan and Sontag on the Aesthetic Pattern”

Thomas Cappelli, Loyola Marymount University, “The Unfolding of Intellectual Conversion”


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