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One Wild and Precious Life
James Duffy
Mar 16, 2022
James Duffy received his Ph.D. from Fordham University. Currently he teaches English as a second language at the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey in Mexico. He is also coordinating a series of ongoing...
Functional Collaboration
James Duffy
Nov 12, 2022
James Duffy received his Ph.D. from Fordham University. Currently he teaches English as a second language at the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey in Mexico. He is also coordinating a series of ongoing...
Learning the Practice of Understanding Myself
Kenneth Melchin
Mar 16, 2022
Kenneth R. Melchin is Emeritus Professor in the Faculty of Theology and Director of the Lonergan Centre at Saint Paul University, Ottawa. He has authored numerous publications including Spiritualizing Politics without...
Exectutive APLA
Sep 30, 2014
On the occasion of his retirement, the Atlantic Provinces LinguisticAssociation lakes the opportunity to dedicate this issue ofLINGUISTICA ATLANTICA to James Black -  Professor, former Chair of the Linguistics Department and...
Culturally Responsive Social-Emotional Learning
James Cressey
Dec 13, 2019
Culturally responsive teaching (CRT), social-emotional learning (SEL), and positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS) are powerful, evidence-based approaches to teaching and supporting students. Special educators and...
Published by: IGI Global
Applications of System Dynamics and Big Data to Oil and Gas Production Dynamics in the Permian Basin
In this paper, the authors create, justify, and document a system dynamics model of the oil and gas production within the Permian Basin of Texas. Then the researchers show how to fit the model to historical time series data (big...
Published by: IGI Global
Value Chain Creation in Business Analytics
Dong Yoo, James Roh
Jul 01, 2021
Firms are awash in big data and analytical technology as part of the process of deriving values in the current turbulent environment. The literature has reached a consensus that investments in technology only may not reap...
Published by: IGI Global
Review of Eric L. Jenkins, Free to Say No? Free Will and Augustine’s Evolving Doctrines of Grace and Election (Cambridge
Seamus O'Neill
Mar 23, 2016
Eric Jenkins’ Free to Say No? Free Will and Augustine’s Evolving Doctrines of Grace and Election is a relatively concise and highly readable investigation into Augustine’s changing position on the freedom of the will and various...
Longitudinal Study of a Website for Assessing American Presidential Candidates and Decision Making of Potential Election Irregularities Detection
We employ the concept of word sense disambiguation to determine the inherent meaning of voter intentions regarding possible political candidates from the 2016 Presidential election. We present our findings based on a website...
Published by: IGI Global
Developing Concept Enriched Models for Big Data Processing Within the Medical Domain
Within the past few years, the medical domain has endeavored to incorporate artificial intelligence, including cognitive computing tools, to develop enriched models for processing and synthesizing knowledge from Big Data. Due to...
Published by: IGI Global
The Fall of the Fourth Wall
Over the past several years, the live-streaming of digital games has experienced a vast increase in popularity, coinciding with the rise of eSports as an entertainment medium. For a rapidly growing audience, streamed content...
Published by: IGI Global
Editor's Introduction
James Duffy
Nov 12, 2022
There are four parts to this introduction: (i) an overview of the problem that concerned Lonergan for more than thirty years; (ii) a summary of some attempts to implement the “doubling” idea  in the last 50 years; (iii) some...
Editor’s Introduction
James Duffy
Dec 10, 2020
This is the second volume of dialectic exercises implementing a specific three-step procedure. The eleven individuals who participated in these exercises, like those who did the exercises published in volume 13, consented to...
CEERS Key Paper. III. The Diversity of Galaxy Structure and Morphology at z = 3–9 with JWST
We present a comprehensive analysis of the evolution of the morphological and structural properties of a large sample of galaxies at z = 3–9 using early James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) CEERS NIRCam observations. Our sample...
Editor's Preface
James Duffy
May 22, 2020
What did Lonergan have in mind while laying out the structure of dialectic? Could the procedure be at the heart of mediating “between a cultural matrix and the significance and role of religion in that matrix”? This volume...
“MacIntyre and Lonergan” Revisited
James Duffy
Feb 24, 2020
In the fall of 1999, I drafted two essays for the annual meeting of the American Catholic Philosophical Association (ACPA), which took place in St. Paul, Minnesota during the first week of November 1999. The essay that I...
Editors' Introduction
We provide this introduction as a brief attempt at supplying a wider context for the essays in the tribute volume.  We intend it only as a kind of invitation to begin the climb toward what Phil called “expectational reading and...
Method, Bold Spirits, and "Some Third Way"
James Duffy
Jun 12, 2015
On the first two pages of Method in Theology, Lonergan briefly distinguishes those who conceive method more of an art than a science; those “bolder spirits” who select the most successful science, study its procedures, formulate...
Charles Taylor’s Modern Identity and the “Atonement Muddle”
James Gerrie
Feb 05, 2018
In Charles Taylor’s exhaustive study of the historical currents that have helpedconstitute the modern identity he proposes the notion of “the affirmation ofordinary life” as a way of encapsulating the core of that identity. As...
Canals, Consent and Coercion
Francis James Dawson
Sep 11, 2018
Ever since Chinese telecommunications magnate, Wang Jing announced in 2013 that construction would be going ahead for an interoceanic canal in Nicaragua, the proposed megaproject has garnered considerable attention and...