Lonergan, the Philosophy of Mind, and the Theology of Grace
A golden braid (?)
[A preliminary remark or two might be in order. As I mentioned a couple days ago, I had intended this week’s post to be something in a whimsical vein; but it seems better to me to defer my latest conversation with Roland to another week. A question from Andrew Don, a regular reader, prompted me instead to post the following, composed from two extracts from lectures I delivered in 2017 and 2018, one on a book by Frederick Lawrence the other on Lonergan’s relevance today. I might have edited them into something more like a magazine article, but here they are in all their aridly academical glory.
I will note that parts of both lectures, as such things tend to do, subsequently found their ways into articles and essays that I have since published. So, if some of this familiar from things of mine you have encountered in the past, I ask your pardon. Life affords us only so many hours in which to work, and sometimes one must rob a lecture to pay an article.]]
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