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53) Cognitional self-transcendence is always linked to feelings, if only because it presupposes the dominance (however transitory) of the desire to understand over other desires.
10) In 1974 Lonergan remarks that his cognitional theory in Insight "was an intentionality analysis and not properly a faculty psychology" but that the "ulterior implications" of the new approach were hot yet adverted to.
The basis of cognitive universality and unity is not a commonly accepted cognitional theory, for we conspicuously lack such a theory at the present time, but rather these operative principles and norms of cognition constitute that basis as they concretely exist and function in the lives of human beings.
Poinsot's cognitional theory, like that of all the moderns, is a representational theory.
Lamb and Lawrence both demonstrated Lonergan's critical contribution to method; and both, with different emphases, described Lonergan's clearer and more nuanced articulation of how different modes of reasoning are related to primordial understanding and share and enact a common pattern of recurrent and related cognitional operations.
Thus far I have accounted for Percy's discovery of the limits of the scientific method, his consequent interest in the larger human predicament, and his attempt to articulate a kind of knowledge that accounted for this widening of horizons, making a connection to Lonergan's integration of cognitional and existential subjectivity.
Braman identifies three areas--art, cognitional theory and the human good --which he thinks show most clearly the similarities and distinctions between the hypotheses of Taylor and Lonergan.
LONERGAN is most famous for his account of the cognitional, epistemological, and metaphysical dimensions of the human process of knowing.
Teachers' and students' cognitional knowledge for classroom teaching and learning.
11) In his book and related essays, Gregson first sets out this shared ground by means of Lonergan's cognitional theory and then draws out consequences for the Christian encounter with religious pluralism.
This premise provides support for the increasing consensus in clinical psychology that cognitional, emotional, behavioral and interpersonal dimensions of people need to be holistically addressed in order to deal most effectively with psychological disorder and promote flourishing.
11) Although Kant's philosophy saw our perception of the world as dependent on the contingent characteristics of our cognitional equipment, he insisted on the importance of moral concepts being rooted in something fundamental, something transcending the finite world that we can know through common sense or science.

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