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Giuseppe Dossetti and the wars of the 20th century. The topic of war has taken centre stage in the long and intricate life of Giuseppe Dossetti (1913-1996). First and foremost, war was an experience that he had lived first hand, that had... more
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      Christian Education, Historical Theology, War Theory, Catholic Studies
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      Anthropology, Philosophy, Complexity Theory, Cultural Semiotics
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      Iconography, Art History, Theology, Medieval History
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      Iconography, Art History, Theology, Medieval History
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      Religion, History, Catholic Theology, Christian Apologetics
Robert M. Doran, who died in early 2021, made prolific and important contributions to Lonergan studies, especially arguing for some creative innovations and practical applications. Notably, he integrated a psychological component into... more
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      Theology, Systematic Theology, Philosophical Theology, Catholic Theology
Robert M. Doran, who died in early 2021, made prolific and important contributions to Lonergan studies, especially arguing for some creative innovations and practical applications. Notably, he integrated a psychological component into... more
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      Theology, Systematic Theology, Philosophical Theology, Catholic Theology
In this paper I explore the “Introduction” to Method in Theology and examine the presuppositions of this importanttext. These are concepts that Lonergan deemed necessary for introducing his work on functional specialization. I focus on... more
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      Sociology, Philosophy, Theology, Catholic Theology
The chapter on religion in Bernard Lonergan’s Method in Theology is a rich compilation of many ideas that were important to his thought throughout his career. It is at once a theory of ‘genuine’ religion, a theory of the distortions of... more
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      Philosophy, Philosophy Of Religion, Theology, Religious Pluralism
The chapter on religion in Bernard Lonergan’s Method in Theology is a rich compilation of many ideas that were important to his thought throughout his career. It is at once a theory of ‘genuine’ religion, a theory of the distortions of... more
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      Philosophy, Philosophy Of Religion, Theology, Religious Pluralism
This essay proposes a development in Roman Catholic ecclesiology following the paradigmatic shift in its self-understanding that occurred at the Second Vatican Council (1962–1965). The Council represented a major shift in the Roman... more
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      Sociology, Emerging Church, Catholic Theology, Ecclesiology
This essay proposes a development in Roman Catholic ecclesiology following the paradigmatic shift in its self-understanding that occurred at the Second Vatican Council (1962–1965). The Council represented a major shift in the Roman... more
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      Sociology, Emerging Church, Catholic Theology, Ecclesiology
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      Buddhism, Philosophy, Catholic Theology, Bernard Lonergan
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      Buddhism, Philosophy, Catholic Theology, Jesuits
The 50th anniversary of Vatican II (1962–65) provides a good opportunity to reflect on its theological significance. The ongoing debates surrounding the hermeneutics of the council, the plethora of historical-critical studies, and... more
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      Philosophy, Theology, Systematic Theology, Catholic Theology
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      History, Philosophy, Hermeneutics, Phenomenology
Vol. 82 (2022): The Passions in the Platonic Tradition, Patristics and Late Antiquity (pp. 1-262) Co-editors of the volume: Pablo Irizar (McGill University) [pablo.irizar@mcgill.ca] Mateusz Stróżyński (Adam Mickiewicz... more
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      History, Historical Theology, History Of Emotions, Catholic Theology
In 2019, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) issued a statement that a woman could morally undergo a hysterectomy to avoid serial miscarriages if her uterus were incapable of sustaining a child until viability because the... more
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      Philosophy, Bioethics, Natural Law, Catholic Theology
ABSTRACT This essay brings Martha Nussbaum's politically liberal version of the Capabilities Approach (CA) to human development into critical dialogue with the Catholic Social Tradition (CST). Like CST, Nussbaum's focus on... more
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      Sociology, Development Economics, Ethics, Applied Ethics
We seem stuck in endless studies about Vatican II and unable to move on.
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      Practical theology, Catholic Theology, post-Vatican II Catholic Church, Theology and History of Vatican II