Entering Lonergan's Novum Organon
TIdeas have consequences
Embracing a Full-on Crisis in Authority
There are four basic types of reading:
What follows are pages of readings chosen for their potential to expand a person's horizon, not necessary to provide a knowledge of a field but to raise questions that perhaps the reader has neither considered or if recognized not taken seriously.
Eventually, each suggested reading will be expanded to include quick answers to five distinct questions:
Projects: Inspectional Readings
In cosmopolis work, there is a fundamental need to expand the horizons and intentions of the participants while permitting people to pursue their own special interests within the broader context. This requires a certain degree of moral courage, since more often than not this involves stepping outside of one's comfort zone.
People will do anything, no matter how absurd, to avoid facing their own souls.
— Carl Jung,
Memories, Dreams, Reflections