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21. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1994 > Issue: 2
Elizabeth A. Morelli Post-Hegelian Elements in Lonergan's Philosophy of Religion
22. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1994 > Issue: 2
Bernard McGinn Theological Reflections on "Philosophy and the Religious Phenomenon"
23. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1994 > Issue: 2
J. Michael Stebbins What Did Lonergan Really Say about Aquinas's Theory of the Will?
24. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1995 > Issue: 1
Joseph Fitzpatrick 'Town Criers of Inwardness' or Reflections on Rorty
25. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1995 > Issue: 1
Philip McShane General Method
26. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1995 > Issue: 1
Frank Braio Towards the Re-Horizoning of Subjects: Re-Structuring Classical-Modern Educational Perspectives
27. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1995 > Issue: 1
Giovanni B. Sala Kant and Lonergan on Insight Into the Sensible
28. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1995 > Issue: 1
Jerome Miller "All Love is Self-Surrender"
29. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1995 > Issue: 1
Michael P. Maxwell, Jr. Deconstruction or Genuineness: A Response to Jerome Miller
30. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1995 > Issue: 2
Thomas J. McPartland Consciousness and Normative Subjectivity: Lonergan's Unique Foundational Enterprise
31. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1995 > Issue: 2
William F. Ryan, SJ Edmund Husserl and the 'Rätsel' of Knowledge
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The aim of this paper has been a brief examination of Husserl's notion of the riddle of knowing with a comparison to Lonergan's notion of wonder and the intention of being. The examination was undertaken by relating Husserl's concept of a riddle essentially to these central themes: wonder, epoche, and intentionality, with concomitant references to Lonergan's analogous notions. The paper was thus divided into two sections to address these themes of Husserl and Lonergan: Part I: "The Riddle of Knowing"; and Part II: "Wonder and Intentionality." The paper shows that for Husserl the very fact of human knowing in its correlation to transcendence is the riddle, and it shows that for Lonergan the subject wonders at this correlation, and consciously engages its structure of knowing and loving.
32. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1995 > Issue: 2
Tad Dunne Being in Love
33. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1995 > Issue: 2
Robert M. Doran Revisiting "Consciousness and Grace"
34. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1995 > Issue: 2
Timothy Lynch Consciousness and the Metaphor of Distance: Remarks from Winter Twilight
35. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1995 > Issue: 2
Patrick H. Byrne Consciousness: Levels, Sublations, and the Subject as Subject
36. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1995 > Issue: 2
Michael Vertin Judgments of Value, for the Later Lonergan
37. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1996 > Issue: 1
David Oyler The Operational Situation
38. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1996 > Issue: 1
Bernard J. Tyrrell Affectional Conversion: A Distinct Conversion or Potential Differentiation in the Spheres of Sensitive Psychic and/or Affective Conversion?
39. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1996 > Issue: 1
Charles C. Hefling, Jr Newman on Apprehension, Notional and Real
40. Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies: Year > 1996 > Issue: 1
William Mathews Kant's Anomolous Insights