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Re: Complexity Science and Theology

Posted By: Catherine King on February 18, 2008
Hello: It's 2008, but here's my suggestion:

Bernard Lonergan develops what he refers to as general empirical in his work: Method in Theology (1972) Minneapolis: Winston Press.

General empirical method is a philosophical theory, beginning in a cognitional theory that is insight-based.

See also his work on Insight, A Study of Human Understanding (1958) and reprinted in Collected Works of Bernard Lonergan, Vol 3: Insight (2000). University of Toronto Press.

Catherine King
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