Call for paper – CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE PHILOSOPHY ORGANISM

2. CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE PHILOSOPHY ORGANISM Friday-Sunday, May 20-22, 2022 Hemmingson Center, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA Conference Website Gonzaga University’s Center for Climate, Society and the Environment invites scholars from any field of study to submit proposals for presentations or panels that connect Alfred North Whitehead’s philosophy of organism with climate change, the most…

Astrobiology, Exo-Philosophy and Cosmic Religion Conference

Willamette University 900 State St, Salem, OR

Drawing upon the work of Alfred North Whitehead, Teilhard de Chardin, Henri Bergson and a variety of others, the event aims to explore fresh themes of process, organism, temporality, novelty, experience, value, and mind in the context of the philosophical, scientific and religious layers of astrobiological research.

Innersections Reading/Listening Group: Armand Hammer, D.Z. Phillips

This 6-week weekly Zoom meeting will focus on the catalog of the alternative underground rap duo Armand Hammer and a dialogue between them and the work of philosopher of religion D.Z. Philips to investigate regions of similarity in questions of the boundaries between religion and life.

CST Process Summer Intensive 2022

Process Theology Summer Intensive Center for Process Studies, Claremont School of Theology July, 11-15, 2022 Summer 2022 (July 11-15) Course: TPS 3063/4063 Claremont School of Theology Location: Online (via live Zoom sessions) The 2022 Process Theology Summer Intensive is a 1-week exploration that includes three different adventures in process theology. The first segment (taught by…

Whitehead’s Harvard Lectures

Online

General Theme: What does the second volume of Whitehead’s Harvard lectures tell us about his philosophy and its development?

Whitehead’s Process Philosophy

Online

While “process philosophy” is wider than the work of Alfred North Whitehead, the depth and dynamism of his thought principally inspire its modern expression. This five-part course introduces students and life-long learners to the central themes, contours, and ideas of Whitehead’s “philosophy of organism.” Taught by Andrew M. Davis