In a recent entry in the Jesuit Blog Ibo et Non Redibo, Regis Alumnus Adam Hincks picks up a few clues about cognitional theory from the Canadian philosopher and theologain Bernard Lonergan to investigate the accomplishments of Sherlock Holmes. It seems that even the most accomplished of sleuthslayers can be invited to a moment of self-reflection.
Adam Hincks, S.J. is a graduate of the Diploma in Philosophical Studies and works as a post-doctoral fellow in astrophysicist at the University of British Columbia. He is a member of the ACT and CHIME collaborations, both of which are observatories for learning more about cosmology.