The Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine University

The Merton Annual - Volume 24

  • Matthews, Gray. "Introduction: Upon Hearing an Aeolian Harp." 7-14.
  • Merton, Thomas. "The Wild Places." 15-28.
  • Ferry, Wilbur Hugh. "The Technophiliacs." 29-38.
  • Ferry, Wilbur Hugh. "An Interview with W. H. (Ping) Ferry about Thomas Merton," conducted by Paul Wilkes, transcribed and edited by Paul M. Pearson. 39-53.
  • Borgmann, Albert. "Contemplation in a Technological Era: Learning from Thomas Merton.” 54-66.
  • Thompson, Phillip M. "Questioning the Goal of Biological Immortality: Mertonian Reflections on Living Eternally." 67-82.
  • Horan, Daniel P., OFM. "Digital Natives and the Digital Self: The Wisdom of Thomas Merton for Millennial Spirituality and Self-Understanding." 83-111.
  • Deignan, Kathleen Noone, CND. "'In the Night of Our Technological Barbarism': Thomas Merton’s Light on the Matter." 112-127.
  • Matthews, Gray. “The Heart of the Fire: Technology, Commotion and Contemplation.” 128-149.
  • Dekar, Paul R. “Thomas Merton, Guide to the Right Use of Technology.” 150-175.
  • Hall, Gary. “Openness, Availability, Capacity for Gift.” 176-187.
  • Oyer, Gordon. “Machine Culture and the Lone Zone: Discussing Technology and Contemplation at the 1964 Peacemaker Retreat.” 188-232.
  • Bogert-O'Brien, Daniel. “Thomas Merton and Ivan Illich: Two Mendicant Anti-professionals in the Age of the Simulacra of the Professions and the System.” 233-243.
  • Kiernan, Jeffrey T. “Technology, Freedom and the Human Person: Some Teen Insights into Merton and Benedict XVI.” 244-255.

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