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Process Studies
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ISSN (Print) 0360-6503 - ISSN (Online) 2154-3682
Published by Philosophy Documentation Center Homepage  [89 journals]
  • Richard Rice. The Future of Open Theism: From Antecedents to Opportunities

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      Authors: Donald Viney
      PubDate: Fri, 19 Nov 2021 06:01:40 GMT
       
  • Michael S. Hogue. American Immanence: Democracy for An Uncertain World

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      Authors: Matthew D. Segall
      PubDate: Fri, 19 Nov 2021 06:01:40 GMT
       
  • The Ecological Turn - Constructive Postmodernism and Construction of
           Ecological Civilization in China

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      Authors: Daria Dzikevich
      Abstract: This article investigates the impact of constructive postmodernism and the idea of a Second Enlightenment in China and on the current ecological situation in that country. The article investigates the theoretical and practical principles of constructive postmodernism and their application to developing a comprehensive and systematic mode of solving environmental problems.
      PubDate: Fri, 19 Nov 2021 06:01:39 GMT
       
  • From Modernity to Ecological Civilization

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      Authors: John B. Cobb; Jr.
      Abstract: This short article was originally delivered as a lecture in China, The article sketches a process view of history from ancient to medieval civilization, to modernity in two major phases, and to the current transition to a constructive postmodern, ecological civilization.
      PubDate: Fri, 19 Nov 2021 06:01:38 GMT
       
  • Can Chinese Harmonism Help Reconcile the Clash of Civilizations' -
           Reading Zhihe Wang's Process and Pluralism: Chinese Thought on the Harmony
           of Diversity

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      Authors: Attila Grandpierre
      Abstract: This short article discusses the Chinese concept of harmonism as developed in a book by Zhihe Wang titled Process and Pluralism: Chinese Thought on the Harmony of Diversity. This book develops themes in Whitehead's philosophy as they illuminate the concept of harmonism and constructive postmodernism.
      PubDate: Fri, 19 Nov 2021 06:01:38 GMT
       
  • Virginia Woolf's "Ontoethics" in Her Late Oeuvre from the Perspective of
           Alfred North Whitehead's Philosophy of Organism

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      Authors: Veronika Krajickova
      Abstract: In "A Sketch of the Past," Virginia Woolf introduces her personal philosophy, her own ontology, based on the idea that all human and nonhuman beings are interconnected in a single work of art. This idea is foregrounded in her novels The Waves, Between the Acts, and the pacifist manifesto Three Guineas, where Woolf fully develops her "ontoethics," which consists in ontological interconnection of human beings and recognition of value of every human and nonhuman being. This article discusses this universal relationality via Alfred North Whitehead's philosophy of organism, which emphasizes the interrelatedness of all constituents of reality and solidarity that springs from this ontological bond.
      PubDate: Fri, 19 Nov 2021 06:01:37 GMT
       
  • The Intervening Touch of Mentality - Food Seeking in Frogs and Whitehead's
           Philosophy of Organism

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      Authors: Gordon L. Miller
      Abstract: Prey-catching behavior (PCB) in frogs and toads has been the focus of intense neuroethological research from the mid-twentieth century to the present and epitomizes some major themes in science and philosophy during this period. It reflects the movement from simple reflexology to more complex views of instinctive behavior, but it also displays a neural reductionism that denies subjectivity and individual agency The present article engages contemporary PCB research but provides a philosophically more promising picture of it based on Whitehead's nonreductionist "philosophy of organism," which proposes that the flow of events from stimulus to response in organisms of all kinds is mediated by "the intervening touch of mentality " This approach resolves some basic mind-body and mind-nature issues that have long bedeviled modern philosophy and presents an image of a postmodern frog for a constructively postmodern science.
      PubDate: Fri, 19 Nov 2021 06:01:36 GMT
       
  • Whitehead and the Immanence of Extension

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      Authors: Florian Vermeiren
      Abstract: The Extensive Continuum is most often seen as an empty form that awaits the accommodation of actuality. Contrary to this popular interpretation, I argue that extension is completely immanent to actual occasions and their prehensive relations. Whitehead's doctrine of internal relations entails that extension cannot be separated from actual occasions, just as actual occasions cannot be separated from extension. To prehend is to extend. Furthermore, any strict separation of form and actuality is shown to bifurcate nature into publicity and privacy. Only with the immanence of extension is nature truly one.
      PubDate: Fri, 19 Nov 2021 06:01:36 GMT
       
 
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