Transcendental Philosophy and the Study of Religion 9
Archival Number: CD/mp3 489
Author: Lonergan, B.
CD/mp3 489, first part of fifth lecture in the 1968 Boston College Institute. Sponsored by Prof. and Mrs. Philip Leah. The chapter on the human good, values, and beliefs ends with the discussion of beliefs. The notion itself is validated, and the process of believing is outlined. Chapter 5, as this point, was on meaning. The first three carriers are discussed individually (intersubjectivity, art, symbol) very much as in Method. The entire lecture will be very familiar to readers of Method. What there were chapters 2 and 3 here are chapters 4 and 5, with very few differences. (Incarnate meaning is not yet mentioned in the discussion of the carriers of meaning.)
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