'One of the great philosophical treatises of the century'(G.F. Davidson)
In this massive work, Canadian philosopher and theologian Bernard Lonergan S.J. engages in a massive scholarly investigation into science, philosophy, mathematics and theology, to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Greg
A difficult and time consuming book that is a 20th Century masterpiece in philosophy. Written by a man, most influenced by Aquinas, but with an original and polymathic mind.Published 2 months ago by Moss Porter
The pre-reqs for this book are
1) The Trivium, by Sister Miriam Joseph
2) Introduction to Phenomenology, by Robert Sokolowski
This book establishes the... Read more
Lonergan's master work "Insight" is not a philosophical, scientific, or theological treatise, as most people believe, though it relies on sweeping content in these areas as points... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Keith J. Ringkamp
This review is written with a very particular audience in mind: non-Christians. I will say upfront that I was baptized Catholic, although I am a bit of a lapsed Catholic, I still... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Brian C.
This may be the most comprehensive book ever written to answer a simple question: What is the basis of understanding? At 875 pages it may seem daunting. Read morePublished on October 2, 2011 by Scott Jackson
This is a huge book. Why would Lonergan have written such a huge book?
To understand why, we need to consider the philosophical and existential context from which the... Read more
This book is great, written with crystal clarity and well paced. It is a must for anyone reviewing the questions of what is knowledge and what are we really trying to teach in... Read morePublished on June 23, 2008 by Len D. Goodisman