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The Lonergan Review

Perspectives from Bernard Lonergan

Volume 1
Generalized Empirical Method

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1. The Lonergan Review: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
Richard M. Liddy Preface
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Lucio Guasti Method and the Curriculum
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An educational philosophy that appeals to the immutable element in things, to their eternal properties, to the truths that hold in any age, and simply urges that empirical methods are not the only methods, really is defending a negative position.
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Pierpaolo Triani The On-going Genesis of Methods
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Roseanna Finamore The Centrality of Consciousness
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Valter Danna Method in Philosophy
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Richard Liddy Method and Intellectual Conversion
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Pierluigi Pizzamiglio Method in Mathematics
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Carlo Cirotto Method: Chance and Probability
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Michele Tomasi Method in Economics
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Matteo Corradini Method in Art
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