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Graduate Research

Doctoral theses

Profit and the Common Good: The Relevance of Bernard Lonergan's Work to Discussions in Catholic Social Ethics on Ethics and Economics (2007)
by Dr. Darlene O'Leary
Director: Dr. Kenneth R. Melchin, Faculty of Theology

The Role of Feelings in Informed Consent: An Application of Bernard Lonergan's Work on Affect and Cognition (2001)
by Dr. Hazel Joyce Markwell
Director: Dr. Hubert Doucet, Faculty of Theology

Pluralism and the Structure of Ethical Discourse: Insights from Lonergan, MacIntyre, and Conflict Resolution (1999)
by Dr. Peter L. Monette
Director: Dr. Kenneth R. Melchin, Faculty of Theology 

Ethics and Sustainable Development: An Application of Bernard Lonergan's Genetic Method (1998)
by Dr. Paul David Lewis
Director: Dr. Kenneth R. Melchin, Faculty of Theology

Extending Bernard Lonergan's Ethics: Parallels Between the Structures of Cognition and Evaluation (1995)
by Dr. Joseph P. Cassidy
Director: Dr. James R. Pambrun, Faculty of Theology

Ethics and Imagination: Contributions from the Work of Paul Ricoeur to Bernard Lonergan's Intentionality Analysis (1994)
by Dr. Michael Bruce Patrick George
Director: Dr. Kenneth R. Melchin, Faculty of Theology

The Teachability of the Heart: Theological Ethics in the Work of John Calvin (1509–1564) (1992)
by Dr. James B. Sauer
Director: Dr. Kenneth R. Melchin, Faculty of Theology

Graduate Seminar Papers

Philosophical Perspectives on Corporate Social Responsibility: Theory and Practice (2010)
by Jessie C. MacNeil
Director: Dr. Kenneth R. Melchin, Faculty of Theology  

An Exploration and Development of the Significance of Satire and Humour in Bernard Lonergan's Ethical Framework (2010)
by Amy Pauley
Director: Dr. Kenneth R. Melchin, Faculty of Theology 

From Abstract Catholic Social Thought Principles to the Concrete in the Common Good Model of Business: Insights from the Work of Bernard Lonergan (2008)
by Morag McConville
Director: Dr. Kenneth R. Melchin, Faculty of Theology                                                                                                                                                                          
Theoretical Differentiation and the Development of Doctrine: Elements for an Approach to Doctrinal Pluralism Based on the Work of Bernard Lonergan (2005)
by Derek Bianchi Melchin
Director: Dr. James R. Pambrun, Faculty of Theology

The Contribution of Bernard Lonergan's Cognitional Theory to a Canonist's Understanding of Moral Certitude (1997)
by Thomas P. Ferguson
Director: Dr. Lynda Robitaille, Faculty of Canon Law

Intellect, Feelings and Moral/Ethical Decisionmaking: A Lonerganian Perspective (1996)
by Hazel J. Markwell
Director: Dr. Hubert Doucet, Faculty of Theology

All the doctoral thesis and graduate seminar papers are held in the Jean-Léon Allie O.M.I. University Library at Saint Paul University.