The Lonergan Review
The Journal of the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute
Richard M. Liddy, Editor
The Lonergan Review is a peer-reviewed journal that explores the impact and legacy of the work of Bernard Lonergan, the Catholic priest and theologian. Lonergan examined human bias as deeply as Nietzsche, Marx and Freud, and affirmed truth and goodness by naming the biases - individual, social and general - that keep the human spirit from recognizing the true, the good and the beautiful. The journal's mission is to link explicit self-knowledge – Lonergan's "self-appropriation" – with the various academic disciplines and profession. By doing this it seeks to foster authentic human cultures of high ideals, open to religion, the Catholic intellectual tradition, and service of the poor.
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