13th International Whitehead Conference: Whitehead and the History of Philosophy


Alfred North Whitehead developed his process philosophy with an explicit reliance on the value of the history of philosophy. While the trend of recent years has often suggested that different approaches to philosophical problems can be adequately categorized, using the dichotomy of purely systematic or purely historical interests, Whitehead offers an equally historically informed and…

Thirteenth Biennial Personalist Seminar: Whitehead and Berdyaev

American Institute for Philosophical and Cultural Thought 411 N 9th St, Murphysboro, Illinois

The Thirteenth Personalist Seminar will center around Alfred N. Whitehead and Nicolas Berdyaev, with separate days devoted to different aspects of their work. The first day will introduce the group to Whitehead and Berdyaev in their contexts. The remaining days each participant will be responsible for a specific text and/or aspect, or present a paper on Whitehead or Berdyaev and will help lead that part of the discussion.