Dadosky, John D.
John D. Dadosky

PhD (St. Michael's)

john.dadosky@utoronto.ca | 416-922-5474 ext 262

Bio

Prof. Dadosky received his STL from Regis College (1999), PhD from the University of St. Michael’s College (2001); STD from Regis College (2004). He joined the faculty in July 2001 and teaches systematic theology and philosophy.

Specializations

  • Philosophical Theology
  • Lonergan
  • Systematic Theology
  • Merton
  • Interreligious dialogue (with Buddhism)
  • Mariology

Recent Publications

Monographs:

  • "The Eclipse of Beauty and its Recovery: A Lonergan Approach." Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014.

Edited:

  • "Bernard Lonergan, A Second Collection," (with Robert Doran), Collected Works of Lonergan, Vol. 13. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2016.
  • "Bernard Lonergan, A Third Collection," (with Robert Doran), Collected Works of Lonergan, Vol. 16. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, est. 2017.
  • "Bernard Lonergan, Method in Theology," (with Robert Doran), Collected Works of Lonergan, Vol. 15. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, est. 2017.

Essays:

  • " 'God’s Eternal Yes!': An Exposition and Development of Lonergan’s Psychological Analogy of the Trinity," Irish Theological Quarterly, November, 2016.
  • "The Transformation of Suffering in Paul of the Cross, Lonergan, and Buddhism," New Blackfriars 96/1065, September 2015: 542-563.
  • "Has Vatican II been Hermeneutered?: Recovering and Developing its Theological Achievements following Rahner and Lonergan," Irish Theological Quarterly 79/4, November, 2014: 327-49.
  • "Lonergan on Wisdom," Irish Theological Quarterly 79/1, February, 2014: 45-67.
Appointment Status College TST Teaching Category
Basic Degree
GCTS Full
Regis College Regular Tenure Stream

Current Courses

Course Code Course Name Semester
RGT3565HY Philosophy, Theology and Psychology of Love Full-year
RGT3603HF Salvation and Nirvana: Comparative Themes in Christianity and Buddhism First Semester
RGT6603HF Salvation and Nirvana: Comparative Themes in Christianity and Buddhism First Semester
RGT3530HS Thought of Bernard Lonergan Second Semester
RGT6530HS Thought of Bernard Lonergan Second Semester
RGT3243HS Christology Second Semester
RGT6243HS Christology Second Semester