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About Milltown Institute of Theology and Philosophy
The Dublin Lonergan Centre is a research facility for the study of the works of the Canadian philosopher-theologian, Bernard Lonergan, S.J. It was founded in 1975 by Conn O'Donovan and Philip McShane, and was the first of such centres to be established outside the main centre in Toronto, Canada. Its collection of primary sources comprises his books and articles and tape-recordings of his lectures. Its collection of secondary sources contains books, articles and theses on his work by other scholars, and invaluable author and subject catalogues to these resources.
The Milltown Institute of Theology and Philosophy is an institution of higher education and research, located in Dublin, Ireland. Milltown is run by the Jesuits and is located in Milltown/Ranelagh in Dublin.
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