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The Correspondence of Erasmus: Letters 2472 to 2634, April 1531 March 1532
The Correspondence of Erasmus: Letters 2472 to 2634, April 1531– March 1532
By Desiderius Erasmuis
Translated by Charles Fantazzi
Annotated by James M. Estes

Volume 18 in the Collected Works of Erasmus series covers the period from 1 April 1531 to 30 March 1532. The most persistent theme in the letters is the fear, to which Erasmus had long been prey, that the religious strife in Germany and Switzerland would eventually lead to armed conflict.

Available Dec 2017
Method in Theology
Method in Theology
By Bernard Lonergan
Edited by Robert M. Doran and John D. Dadosky

In Method in Theology, Vol. 14, Lonergan's intention was to provide a set of methods that would guide a collaborative community in the ongoing construction of a theology that would move from recovery of the data through resolution of conflicts to contemporary formulations and applications.

Published Aug 2017
The Givenness of Desire: Concrete Subjectivity and the Natural Desire to See God
The Givenness of Desire: Concrete Subjectivity and the Natural Desire to See God
By Randall S. Rosenberg

In The Givenness of Desire, Randall S. Rosenberg examines the human desire for God through the lens of Lonergan’s "concrete subjectivity."

Published Jun 2017
Erasmus and Calvin on the foolishness of God: Reason and Emotion in the Christian Philosophy
Erasmus and Calvin on the foolishness of God: Reason and Emotion in the Christian Philosophy
By Kirk Essary

Kirk Essary examines assumptions about the very nature of theology in the sixteenth century, how it was understood by leading humanist reformers, and how ideas about philosophy and rhetoric were received, appropriated, and shared in a complex intellectual and religious context.

Published Apr 2017
The Eclipse and Recovery of Beauty: A Lonergan Approach
The Eclipse and Recovery of Beauty: A Lonergan Approach
By John D. Dadosky

Deeply engaged with the work of Aquinas, Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, and Kant, among others, The Eclipse and Recovery of Beauty will be essential reading for those interested in contemporary philosophy and theology.

Published Mar 2017
The Ethics of Discernment: Lonergan's Foundations for Ethics
The Ethics of Discernment: Lonergan's Foundations for Ethics
By Patrick H. Byrne

In The Ethics of Discernment, Patrick H. Byrne presents an approach to ethics that builds upon the cognitional theory and the philosophical method of self-appropriation that Bernard Lonergan introduced in his book Insight, as well as upon Lonergan’s later writing on ethics and values.

Published Mar 2017
A Third Collection: Volume 16
A Third Collection: Volume 16

By Bernard Longergan

Edited by Robert M. Doran and John Dadosky

A Third Collection contains fifteen papers, written between 1974 and 1982, and includes some of his most important shorter writings such as "Prolegomena to the Study of the Emerging Religious Consciousness of Our Time" and "Natural Right and Historical Mindedness."

Published Feb 2017
The Fragility of Consciousness: Faith, Reason, and the Human Good
The Fragility of Consciousness: Faith, Reason, and the Human Good
By Frederick G. Lawrence
Edited by Randall S. Rosenberg and Kevin  M. Vander Schel

The Fragility of Consciousness is the first published collection of Frederick G. Lawrence’s essays and contains several of his best known writings as well as unpublished work.

Published Jan 2017
Ethics of War and Peace in Iran and Shi'i Islam
Ethics of War and Peace in Iran and Shi'i Islam
By Mohammad Jafar Amir Mahallati

Ethics of War and Peace in Iran and Shi’i Islam explores the wide spectrum of theoretical approaches and practical attitudes concerning the justifications, causes and conduct of war in Iranian-Shi‘i culture.

Published Nov 2016
The Correspondence of Erasmus: Letters 2357 to 2471
The Correspondence of Erasmus: Letters 2357 to 2471
By Desiderius Erasmus
Translated by Charles Fantazzi
Annotated by James M. Estes

Many of the letters in this volume, which covers the period August 1530 to March 1531, reflect Erasmus' anxieties over events at the Diet of Augsburg (June-November 1530).

Published Oct 2016