The Problem of a Critical Sacred History
Sku: 49900D0E060
Archival Number: A499
Author: Lonergan, B.
Language(s): Latin,
Decade: 1960
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The Problem of a Critical Sacred History

 

α The problem is solved by the conjunction of a dynamics of systems and technical history. I.e., this is the form of solution for the general problem of critical history. Without the dynamics of systems there is lacking the upper operator. Without the technical history, there is lacking the lower operator.

 

β The appropriate dynamics of systems presupposes the achievement of the dynamics of systems on the natural level. I.e., (1) the unification of gnoseology, epistemology, methodology, metaphysics; (2) the formulation of their confused and latent forms; (3) the schema of their development (interaction with science); (4) the account of counterpositions and their significance in the process of development (3).

 

γ The appropriate dynamics of systems presupposes the (1) development of a theology as the group theory of supernatural acts, i.e., theology as system; (2) the formulation of its confused and latent forms; (3) the schema of its development; (4) account of counterpositions.

 

δ The appropriate dynamics of systems presupposes the unification of β and γ – theology as a larger group theory including β – as opposed to their separation by specialization and counterpositions.