Tuesday, June 27, 2006

objective, subjective, and Lonergan

Man, I wish I were farther along in understanding Lonergan so that I could add his perspective to this great conversation going on between George Siemens and Stephen Downes. As I see it, Lonergan finds a new path (in reaction to a naive realism that says things are simply what they appear to be and avoiding the skepticism/solipsism of a radical intellectualism) by saying that objectivity grows out of one's faithful experiencing, understanding, judging, and choosing.

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