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Essays by Frederick G. Lawrence

The Fragility of Consciousness: Faith, Reason, and the Human Good (University of Toronto Press, 2017) is the first published collection of essays by Professor of Theology Frederick G. Lawrence, considered the authoritative interpreter of the work of Bernard Lonergan and an … Continue reading

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Puzzled

Puzzled?!: An Introduction to Philosophizing (Hackett Publishing Company, Inc., 2015) by Philosophy Assistant Professor Richard Kenneth Atkins seamlessly fuses two traditional approaches to the study of philosophy at the introductory level. It is thematic, examining fundamental issues in epistemology, metaphysics … Continue reading

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Thinking Prayer

In Thinking Prayer: Theology and Spirituality amid the Crises of Modernity (University of Notre Dame Press, 2015), Assistant Professor of Theology Andrew Prevot presents a new, integrated approach to Christian theology and spirituality, focusing on the centrality of prayer to … Continue reading

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The other side

Boston College alumnus Robert Colacurcio has published The Other Side of Suicide (Xlibris, 2015) to offer a full discussion and consideration of a host of questions not being asked today in the discussion of suicide. Colacurcio has a number of book titles … Continue reading

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Identity

BC alumnus Tim Holmes has published the second edition of Beyond Faith and Reason (Tate Publishing), an expanded and revised edition of his seminal critique of identity. From Soren Kierkegaard to Jean-Paul Sartre, Emmanuel Levinas and more, a carefully selected array … Continue reading

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Reflections on Honneth and Hegelianism

The Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy at Boston College will present “Critical Theory as Political Philosophy? Reflections on Honneth and Hegelianism” with Robert Pippin of the University of Chicago on Mar. 18 at 5:30 p.m. in Higgins Hall, Room … Continue reading

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