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July 2022

Political Philosophy Seminar: reading Augusto Del Noce’s The Problem of Atheism

July 9 @ 7:00 am - 8:00 am

This seminar will read through Augusto Del Noce's The Problem of Atheism.  The meetings use Zoom conferencing technology.  To participate, please email David Alexander at davidalexander@hotmail.com.  To prepare for our next meeting, it would be a good idea to read the translator's introduction.  However, for our first meeting, please read the following pages in Del Noce: pp. 222-230 on Marxism and the Qualitative Leap.

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New Seminar: Lonergan on the Redemption, Part Two, On Good and Evil

July 23 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

On July 23 upcoming at 1 pm at our Lonergan Institute, let us begin a new seminar, reading through Part Two of Bernard Lonergan's The Redemption which is found in volume 9 of the Collected Works of Bernard Lonergan.  Please read the first ten pages, from p. 265 to p. 275.  Latin is on the left side; English on the right.  We meet to determine how often we will meet; at each meeting, in fact, we will determine the date…

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Covenantal Theology: The Eucharistic Order of History by Donald J. Keefe

July 26 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Please read into the 4th chapter, past page 379 to page 399.

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September 2022

Paris Business Ethics Seminar: relating Lonergan’s thought to question that arise in business ethics

September 19 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

This new seminar was initiated by Regis Maubrey and John Hegarty who both teach business ethics in Paris.  We usually meet every two weeks on Wednesday, 8:30 pm Paris time.  Interested persons are welcome to participate.  Zoom conferencing makes our meetings possible.  For more information, please contact John Hegarty at john.hegarty@ipag.fr.  To prepare, however, for our next session, please read Charles Taylor's little book, "The Ethics of Authenticity," which first appeared in Canada under the title, "The Malaise of Modernity."

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