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101. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 17
Fred Lawrence Editor's Introduction
102. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 17
Frederick E. Crowe The Future: Charting the Unknown with Lonergan
103. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 17
Paul Kidder The Future of American Cities
104. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 17
Joseph Fitzpatrick Bernard Lonergan: Educationist and Philosopher
105. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 17
Richard J. Cassidy The Conversions of Paul in Light of Lonergan's Theory of Conversion
106. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 17
Charles C. Hefling About What Might a "Girard-Lonergan 'Conversation'" Be?
107. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 17
Giovanni Rota From the Historicity of Consciousness to the Ontology of the Person
108. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 17
Sebastian Moore What God Has Joined and Man Has Put Usunder
109. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 17
Giovanni Sala The Encyclical Letter of Pope John Paul II, Fides et Ratio: A Service to Truth
110. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 17
Michael McCarthy Authority, Autonomy, and Authenticity
111. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 18
Fred Lawrence Editor's Introduction
112. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 18
John Dadosky The Sacred as Real: Eliade's Ontology of the Sacred and Lonergan's Philosophy of God
113. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 18
Paul St. Amour Kierkegaard and Lonergan on the Prospect of Cognitional-Existential Integration
114. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 18
Dorothy Judd Hall Leaping
115. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 18
Patricia Benzmiller The Poet
116. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 18
Paulette Kidder Derrida and Lonergan on the Gift
117. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 18
Charles Hefling Over Thin Ice: Comments on 'Gratia: Grace and Gratitude'
118. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 18
Jerome Miller Historicity and Normative Order
119. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 18
Christine Jamieson To Begin Anew: Reflections on Freedom, Destiny and Ethics in the Work of Bernard Lonergan and Julia Kristeva
120. Lonergan Workshop: Volume > 18
Michael Maxwell Lonergan's Critique of Aristotle's Notion of Science