New Book from Andrew Davis and Philip Clayton

Much can be gained from trailing the spiritual narratives of those who have traveled ahead of us, for the God they have found, we may never have considered. How I Found God in Everyone and Everywhere captures for a general audience the spiritual shift away from popular notions of a God “up there” and “out there” and…

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New: CPS Student Seminars

  The Center for Process Studies (CPS) at Claremont School of Theology is launching a new, student-centered seminar project that seeks to engage students looking to publish or present process-relational papers. If you are interested in receiving constructive feedback, practice delivering a lecture/paper, and adding valuable experience to your resume, please submit a proposal.​Seminar Breakdown:…

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Call for Papers: SSPP at APA-Pacific

The APA Pacific Executive Committee has invited the Society for the Study of Process Philosophies (Pacific) to participate, as an affiliated group, in the program of its next annual meeting, April 17-20, 2019 in Vancouver, BC at the Westin Bayshore hotel. This call is for papers addressing histories and canons of process philosophy: Broad or…

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New Book by Roland Faber

The Garden of Reality contemplates the relativity of religious truth, religious pluralism, transreligious discourse, postmodern cosmology, and multireligious mysticism. Its transreligious approach aims at a future multireligious, peaceful society in an ecological and cosmic context. It proposes that the future of humanity is bound to conviviality with itself and the Earth, that the deepest religious motivations…

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New Book on Process Psychology

From the Fontarèches meetings of the Whitehead Psychology Nexus. The provocative papers gathered here are of two kinds: on the one hand, philosophical discussions of the present state of affairs in psychology lato sensu; and, on the other hand, critical studies of the relevance of the imaginative generalizations of Whitehead for psychology and of the impact of contemporary psychology on Whitehead’s…

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Process Perspectives 40.2

Recent events at CPS and around the world. Upcoming scholars and publications. See what’s happening in the world of process in this issue of Process Perspectives.       *Process Perspectives is available online at no cost. If you would like a print edition for your library or other facility, subscriptions are available. As always, you can…

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New Book by Bruce Epperly

Get ready for another adventure in process theology. Theology can transform your ministry and process theology provides a spiritual GPS to help us navigate the complexities of twenty-first century ministry and congregational life. Process theology reminds us that the physical, geographical, and spiritual limitations we experience are the womb of possibilities. In the concreteness of…

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Call for Papers: SSPP at APA-Central

The Society for the Study of Process Philosophies (SSPP) will be meeting at the APA-Central convention, which will be held at the Westin Downtown Denver February 20-23, 2019. Papers can be in any area of process thought. A CALL FOR PAPERS is being issued on this year’s theme: ‘Process’ and Related Concepts. Submissions are welcome…

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New Book from Stephen Rowe

There are two Americas at this point in history, with two very different worldviews. One is the modern view of separated individuals defined by their right to pursue and protect material well-being in a world of free market capitalism and unlimited natural resources. The second worldview is pluralistic and relational, committed to sustainable practices that are supportive…

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New Book from John Cobb and Wm Andrew Schwartz

Change your thinking; change the world… Philosophy has gotten a bad rap. As an academic discipline, it is mocked as irrelevant to modern society. But bias against philosophy doesn’t mean we don’t have one. We all have a basic worldview. This is as true for whole civilizations as for individuals, a point driven home daily…

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