Transforming desire: The relation of religious conversion and moral conversion in the later writings of Bernard Lonergan

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  title={Transforming desire: The relation of religious conversion and moral conversion in the later writings of Bernard Lonergan},
  author={Steven D. Cone},
  year={2009}
}
Transforming Desire: The Relation of Religious Conversion and Moral Conversion in the Later Writings of Bernard Lonergan by Steven Douglas Cone Directed by Frederick Lawrence This work argues that religious conversion sublates moral conversion and also, de facto, serves as a necessary foundation for moral conversion. Religious conversion acts this way by transforming the religiously converted subject’s feelings. Through this radical change in the subject’s motivation, and the consequent change… CONTINUE READING

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