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2011 Australian Lonergan Workshop

2011 Australian Lonergan Workshop Creating And Healing In The Making Of History Worth Inheriting April 29 – May 1 2011 Thomas Carr Centre, 278 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne As the labor of introspection proceeds, one stumbles upon Hegel’s insight that the full objectification of the human spirit is the history of the human race. It […]

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Workshops 1985 – 2013

The objectives of the workshop as we gather biennially are these: (1) to strengthen and develop our own grasp of Lonergan’s work, (2) to share ways in which it is being implemented in our own contexts, (3) to dispose ourselves to the ultimate judgments of history and divine providence. The workshops are designed for people […]

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2009 Australian Lonergan Workshop

Hope and History: Implementing the Lonergan Legacy AUSTRALIAN LONERGAN WORKSHOP April 24th – 26th 2009 History challenges us to live at the level of our times; hope enables us to face that challenge by taking a stand—robust enough to resist the inconsistencies and injustices of human institutions, forgiving enough to promote the intelligence, reasonableness, and […]

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2013 Australian Lonergan Workshop

From Polarisation to Collaboration Friday May 24 – Sunday May 26, 2013 Thomas Carr Centre, 278 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne “Personal relations… bind a community together, or divide it into factions, or tear it apart.” (Method p.51) “Method… is a framework for collaborative creativity.” (Method p.xi) “Doing method fundamentally is distinguishing different tasks, and thereby […]

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2015 Australian Lonergan Workshop

The Human Good and You 1-3 May, 2015 St Mary’s College, The University of Melbourne                        871 Swanson St , Parkville The structure of the human good (Method in Theology p 48) provides a grasp of Lonergan’s existential ethics as a position to subvert counter the contemporary counter positions which undermine authentic subjectivity. We gather biennially […]

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