This work examines the extent to which Lonergan's philosophy of mind and of historiography throw light upon some of the current debates concerning objectivity in history. It defends the main elements of Lonergan's position on epistemology and cognitional structure, and also considers the way Lonergan constructs an approach to problems concerning objectivity in the knowledge of history. The book also serves as an introduction to Lonergan's philosophy, and is divided into two parts. The first part deals with Lonergan's positions on cognition and objectivity in knowledge, comparing them with other contemporary views. Part two examines issues concerning objectivity in historical inquiry.
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