"Together these essays represent the considerable range of Lonergan's epistemological, ethical and theological thought, and in doing so effect a significant expansion of the issues typically explored in communication studies. Essays Frederick G. Lawrence and J.J. mueller, for example, illuminatthe much-neglected area of rhetoric and religion, while those by John A. Campbell and Thomas J. Farrell re-pose old questions about writing, thinking and speaking to yield new insights. No other collection makes Lonergan so relevant to our common situation and no other makes him so accessible in spirit and truth.
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