Lonergan’s answer to Kant’s question: Que pouvons-nous connaître?
Following last year’s course on self-appropriation, which focused on Part I of Lonergan’s Insight (insight as activity), this course addresses Part II (insight as knowledge) and explores Lonergan's relationship to Kant and his famous question "What can I know?" Some of the questions we will investigate are “What is a fact?” “How can we define a human being?” “What is the relationship between faith and love?” and “Is the universe intelligible?”
The previous course in the series is not a prerequisite.
Please note that this course has a maximum enrollment of 14 students.
Priority is given to students who pay upon registration.
For fully registered courses, a waiting list will be created. Should vacancies develop, those on the waiting list will be contacted on a first-come, first-served basis.
First Session: Wednesday 21 September 2022
Course Length: 12 sessions, every other Wednesday, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. (21 September to 30 November and 18 January to 29 March)
Discussion Team: Pierrot Lambert, Heather Stephens
Degree Credit: 3 credits
Course Fees: $95
Course fees are refundable in full before the second session. After the second session, a fee of $50 for the withdrawal will be applied. Refunds will not be issued after the third session. Please note that non-attendance does not constitute a withdrawal.
Course leaders, and students wishing to use credit vouchers, should call (514) 935-9585 to pay by phone or to schedule an appointment to pay in person.