Marquette Lonergan Project will present the Annual Spring Lonergan Colloquium: Philosophy and Theology, Phenomenology and Catholic Philosophy (in North America)

February 12-13, 2015, in Raynor Memorial Libraries, Beaumier Suites B/C

A colloquium on the relationship between phenomenology and Catholic philosophy in North America, with consideration given to Bernard Lonergan's place as a transitional figure in 20th-century Catholic philosophy. Panels will cover some aspects of the relationship's past, its structural features and its future.

Thursday, Feb. 12, 4 p.m.
Phenomenology and Catholic Philosophy: Vignettes from the Past

Dr. Patrick H. Byrne, Boston College
Gregory Floyd, Ph.D. Candidate, Boston College
Stephanie Rumpza, Ph.D. Candidate, Boston College

Friday, Feb. 13, 10 a.m.
Phenomenology and Catholic Philosophy: Articulating the Connection
Dr. Crina Gschwandtner, Fordham University
Dr. Danielle K. Nussberger, Marquette University
Dr. Bruce Ellis Benson, Wheaton College, Illinois

Friday, Feb. 13, 2 p.m.
Phenomenology and Catholic Philosophy: Prospects and Problems for the Future

Dr. Jeffrey Bloechl, Boston College
Dr. William Desmond, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and David R. Cook Visiting Chair in Philosophy at Villanova University
Dr. Sebastian Luft, Marquette University

For more information, please contact:
Rev. Robert Doran, S.J., Ph.D.
(414) 288-3164,


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