Book Sale!

Our book store is clearing its shelves before moving to Oregon. Now is a great time to build your own library! Come visit our bookstore in the basement of Mudd Theater to see what treasures you can find!   Used Books: $.50 New Books: 15% Off Process Studies Journals: Free!    

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Summer Teaching Opportunity at Monmouth

Monmouth College seeks qualified applications for two Instructors for its Lux Summer Theological Institute for Youth, a two-week residential program for high-school youth designed to provide young people with opportunities to engage pertinent topics in theological inquiry. Instructors will be responsible for daily classes in theology, ethics, or Bible in connection with the Lux Institute theme. Beyond the classroom…

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New Book on Ecological Civilization

The present trajectory of life on this planet is unsustainable, and the underlying causes of our environmental crisis are inseparable from our social and economic systems. The massive inequality between the rich and the poor is not separate from our systems of unlimited growth, the depletion of natural resources, the extinction of species, or global…

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Fantasy Adventure Rooted in Process Thought

A second-born prince. A banished elven princess. And a power-hungry Necromancer. Kalero Tremayne is second-born Prince of the Allurian Empire and a talented wizard and scholar. Sheltered by the throne he writes boldly about the Lightdweller religion, the Wizardium, his brother, the King, and the treatment of non-magickal subjects in the kingdom. After distributing his…

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New Book by David Ray Griffin

In 1934, Confessing Christians in Germany declared that support for the Nazi regime violated the basic principles of the Christian faith, thereby creating a status confesionis (confessional situation), requiring a binding doctrinal stance on sociopolitical questions. In this book, the result of a lifetime of engaged religious, philosophical, and critical inquiry, David Ray Griffin declares…

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New Book by Roland Faber

The Ocean of God conveys the proposition that the future of religions, if they will not want to contribute to the destruction of humanity, will become transreligious. Based on the assumption that the spiritual impulse of humanity cannot simply be eradicated, religiosity will persist in transreligious forms, as secularizations, naturalizations and transhumanist dreams only envision…

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New Book: Process Philosophy and Political Liberalism

In Process Philosophy and Political Liberalism Daniel A. Dombrowski argues for political liberalism as a process-oriented view and process philosophy as a politically liberal view . . . Argues for the processual, historical qualities of Rawlsian political liberalism . . . Shows the inadequacies of certain illiberal political tendencies on both the political right and…

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From Claremont to Salem…and Beyond: A New Era for CPS

Get a sneak preview at what’s in the next issue of Process Perspectives with this report from our Executive Director, Andrew Schwartz . . . For more than 45 years, the Center for Process Studies has been a cherished part of the Claremont, California, culture. Established by John Cobb and David Griffin as a faculty center of…

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Call for Papers: Metaphysical Society of America 

CALL FOR PAPERS Metaphysical Society of America  2020 Annual Meeting at the College of the Holy Cross (Worcester, Massachusetts, March 19-22)   Theme: Nature and its Meanings In 2020, the 71st anniversary of its founding, the theme of the Metaphysical Society of America’s annual meeting will be “Nature and its Meanings.”  Papers treating any aspect…

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Call for Papers: SSPP at APA-Pacific

The Society for the Study of Process Philosophies has issued a call for papers to be delivered at the American Philosophical Association (Pacific Division) convention from April 8-12, 2020.  The convention will be held in San Francisco.  Any topic in the area of process thought is acceptable.  Each accepted paper will be given 20 minutes…

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