May 11, 2011 | by Dunstan

Hermeneutics of Transposition vs Hermeneutics of Recovery

    To move toward an initial understanding about what could be meant […]

January 22, 2011 | by Dunstan

Two Rival Notions of Being: Rosmini, Heidegger, Rahner, and Lonergan rev. ed.

  In the theology of Antonio Rosmini (d. 1855), one finds an understanding […]

November 17, 2010 | by Dunstan

Using Aquinas to Understand Lonergan on the Meaning of Transcendental Laws

Br. Dunstan Robidoux, OSB   In speaking about human cognitive acts and especially […]

September 8, 2010 | by Dunstan

Identity in Human Cognition

It is no easy task to try to understand the principle of identity […]

May 21, 2010 | by Dunstan

Lonergan’s Notions of Consciousness Derived from St. Augustine’s Notions of Presence

In the De Trinitate, 10, 3, 12, St. Augustine distinguishes between two kinds […]

December 11, 2009 | by Dunstan

Aquinas’s Distinction between Natural Being and Intentional Being

by Br. Dunstan Robidoux OSB In Aristotle, De Anima, 3, 4, 430a 3-4, […]

December 1, 2009 | by Dunstan

Matter as a Cause of Knowing in Aquinas and Lonergan

by Br. Dunstan Robidoux OSB In conformity with Aristotle’s understanding of human cognition, […]