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Insight : a study of human understanding / Bernard J F Lonergan ; edited by Frederick E Crowe and Robert M. Doran.

By: Lonergan, Bernard J. F, 1904-1984.
Contributor(s): Crowe, Frederick E | Doran, Robert M, 1939- | Lonergan Research Institute.
Material type: materialTypeLabelSetSeries: Collected works of Bernard Lonergan ; v. 3 ; The Robert Mollot Collection. Volumes: Show volumesPublisher: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, c1988, 2013Description: xxvi, 875 p. : 25 cm.ISBN: 9780802034557; 0802034543 (vol. 3 : bound); 0802034551 (vol. 3 : pbk.).Uniform titles: Collected works of Bernard Lonergan Subject(s): Catholic Church -- Doctrines | Theology -- 20th century | Education -- PhilosophyDDC classification:
Incomplete contents:
pt. I. Insight as activity -- 1. Elements -- 2. Heuristic structure of Empirical method -- 3. The Canons of Empirical method -- 4. The Complementary of classical and statistical investigations -- 5. Space and time -- 6. Common sense and its subject -- 7. common sense as object -- 8. Things -- 9. The notion of judgement -- 10. Reflective understanding -- pt. II. Insight as knowledge -- 11. Self-Affirmation of the knower -- 12. The notion of being -- 13. The notion of objectivity -- 14. The method of metaphysics -- 15. Elements of metaphysics -- 16. Metaphysics as science -- 17. Metaphysics as dialectic -- 18. The possibility of ethics -- 19. General transcendent knowledge -- 20. Special transcendent knowledge.
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Published by University of Toronto Press for Lonergan Research Institute of Regis College,

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

pt. I. Insight as activity -- 1. Elements -- 2. Heuristic structure of Empirical method -- 3. The Canons of Empirical method -- 4. The Complementary of classical and statistical investigations -- 5. Space and time -- 6. Common sense and its subject -- 7. common sense as object -- 8. Things -- 9. The notion of judgement -- 10. Reflective understanding -- pt. II. Insight as knowledge -- 11. Self-Affirmation of the knower -- 12. The notion of being -- 13. The notion of objectivity -- 14. The method of metaphysics -- 15. Elements of metaphysics -- 16. Metaphysics as science -- 17. Metaphysics as dialectic -- 18. The possibility of ethics -- 19. General transcendent knowledge -- 20. Special transcendent knowledge.

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