Professor Mark Morelli is a Professor of Philosophy at Loyola Marymount University.
University of Toronto: Ph.D., Philosophy 1979
University of Toronto: M.A., Philosophy
Santa Clara University: B.A., Philosophy
Areas of Expertise (4)
Philosophy's Cultural Role
Los Angeles Lonergan Center
Lonergan Fellow (professional)
Boston College, 2007 and 2009
General Editor (professional)
Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies (New Series), 2010-2011
Director, Graduate Program in Philosophy (professional)
Boston College, 2000-2013
Taylor Chair in Philosophy (professional)
Boston College, 1998-99
Editor of Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies (professional)
- American Catholic Philosophical Association
- Lonergan Philosophical Society
- Association of Philosophers in Jesuit Education
- American Philosophical Association
- Founding Member West Coast Methods Institute
An Introduction to Philosophy
Kant, Fichte, Schelling, and Hegel
An Introduction to the thought of Hegel
The fundamental work of Bernard Lonergan
Graduate Seminar on Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit
A close reading of the propaedeutic to Hegel’s System
"Lonergan's Reading of Hegel," American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 88, 3 (summer 2014): 513 - 534.
"La lectura lonerganiana de Hegel," Revista de Filosofia 135 (julio-diciembre 2013): 199 - 226.
"Meeting Hegel Halfway: The Intimate Complexity of Lonergan's Relation to Hegel," Invited Paper presented at the Conference on Lonergan, Philosophy, and Theology at Marquette University in March 1, 2012; web-published on Lonergan Resource (www.lonerganresource.com), 2012.
“Lonergan’s Debt to Hegel and the Appropriation of Critical Realism,” in Fifty Years of Insight, eds. Neil Ormerod Robin Koning, David Braithwate [Adelaide: ATF Theology, 2011]: 1-16.
"Consciousness Is Not Another Operation," Lonergan Workshop Journal 21, ed. Fred Lawrence. forthcoming, 2010.
"Lonergan's Debt to Hegel and the Appropriation of Critical Realism," ed. John Dadosky, Meaning and History in Systematic Theology [Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 2009]: 403-421.
“Going Beyond Idealism: Lonergan’s Relation to Hegel,” Lonergan Workshop Journal 20, edited by Fred Lawrence [Boston: Lonergan Institute at Boston College, 2008]: 305-336.
“Obstacles to the Implementation of Lonergan’s Solution to the Contemporary Crisis of Meaning,” in The Importance of Insight, eds. Liptay and Liptay [Toronto: U of T Press, 2008].
“The Realist Response to Idealism in England and Lonergan’s Critical Realism,” Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies 20, 1 .
"Lonergan's Unified Theory of Consciousness," Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies 18, 1 .
"Authentication of Common Sense from Below Upwards: Mediating Self-correcting Folk Psychology," Lonergan Workshop Journal 15 , ed. Fred Lawrence.
"Affinities of Lonergan and Voegelin," Lonergan Workshop Journal 12 , ed. Fred Lawrence.
"The Polymorphism of Human Consciousness and the Prospects for a Lonerganian History of Philosophy," International Philosophical Quarterly, XXXV, 4 .
"Reversing the Counter-position: Argumentum ad Hominem in Philosophic Dialogue," Lonergan Workshop Journal 6 , ed. Fred Lawrence.