Dissertations

Alan Wade, The Theologian as Authentic Subject: Lonergan and the Centrality of Method
Darren J.E. Dias, The Contibutions of Bernard J.F. Lonergan to a Systematic Understanding of Religious Diversity
Elizabeth J. Snedden, Personal Appropriation of the Desire to Know and Love God: A Study of Natural and Religious Interiority in the Writings of Bernard Lonergan, S.J.
James G. Duffy, The Ethics of Lonergan's Existential Intellectualism
James Maher, The Christian Songwriter as Theologian
Jeremy Blackwood, Love and Lonergan's Cognitional-Intnetional Anthropology
John Little, Lonergan's Intentionality Analysis and the Foundations of Organization and Governance
John Volk, Lonergan on the Historical Causality of Christ
Jonathan Heaps, An Under-tow in Retrospect: A Philosophy of Religious Experience in the Thought of Bernard Lonergan
Leo Serroul, A New Divine Perfection: An Interpretation of Bernard Lonergan's THE TRIUNE GOD: SYSTEMATICS from the Viewpoint of Order
Mary Josephine McDonald, BODY-PSYCHE-MIND IN THE SELF-APPROPRIATION OF THE SUBJECT
Mary Patricia Utzerath, Full, Conscious, and Active Participation: The Laity as Ecclesial Subjects in an Ecclesiology Informed by Bernard Lonergan
William F.J. Ryan, The Notion of Objectivity in Edmund Husserl and Bernard Lonergan
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