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News – The Center for Process Studies

New Book: The Mind of Charles Hartshorne

The Mind of Charles Hartshorne: A Critical Examination Donald Wayne Viney & George Shields Charles Hartshorne is the only major philosopher to have lived in three centuries. Now, for the first time, here is one volume that encompasses Hartshorne’s entire life and career, ranging from ornithology to psychology, from aesthetics to philosophical theology, and from…

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New Book: Rethinking Consciousness

Rethinking Consciousness: Extraordinary Challenges for Contemporary Science By: John H. Buchanan and Christopher M. Aanstoos with a Foreword by Stanley Kripper Telepathy, clairvoyance, telekinesis—psi abilities consistently rejected by science despite widespread acceptance by the general public. In ten chapters, contributed by leading parapsychologists and philosophers, these essays explore experiences that present significant challenges to the…

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Call for Papers: Central Division APA

Society for the Study of Process Philosophy (SSPP) Sessions at
the Central Division American Philosophical Association (APA), New Orleans, Feb. 2021The Society for the Study of Process Philosophies is issuing a call for papers for its meeting at the APA-Central convention on February 24-27, 2021 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Papers can be in any area of process thought.…

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Call for Papers: Eastern Division APA

Society for the Study of Process Philosophy (SSPP) Sessions at the Eastern Division American Philosophical Association (APA), Jan. 2021 The Society for the Study of Process Philosophies is issuing a call for papers for its meeting at the APA-Eastern convention in NYC from January 4–7 in 2021. Papers can be in any area of process thought. Please…

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Call for Papers: 6th European Summer School in Process Thought

The European Society for Process Thought together with the Polish Whitehead Metaphysical Society announces the 6th European Summer School in Process Thought (July 27-Aug 1, 2020), which will be concerned with the differences of nature and beauty as well as of nature and culture and the resulting implications for the time of “Great Change” we face.  …

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CFP – Process and Reality: Whitehead’s Philosophy Today

Nóema – Online Journal of Philosophy (https://riviste.unimi.it/index.php/noema/index) is currently inviting submissions for the special issue on “Process and Reality: Whitehead’s Philosophy Today” (forthcoming summer 2020). The issue intends to reflect on the relevance of Whitehead’s thought to current philosophy, both from a historical and a theoretical point of view. General Theme Why should we read Whitehead…

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Thirteenth Biennial Personalist Seminar: Whitehead and Berdyaev

Western Carolina University, June 23-27 Program About 15-25 participants Program Structure In the 1957 Journal of Religion Charles Hartshorne published an important article “Whitehead and Berdyaev:  Is There Tragedy in God?” 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…

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New Book: Propositions in the Making

How do we make ourselves a Whiteheadian proposition? This question exposes the multivalent connections between postmodern thought and Whitehead’s philosophy, with particular attention to his understanding of propositions. Edited by Roland Faber, Michael Halewood, and Andrew M. Davis, Propositions in the Making articulates the newest reaches of Whiteheadian propositions for a postmodern world. It does so by…

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Piglet teaches Process–with Bruce Epperly

Does theology have to be dry and boring in order to be serious? Not at all! The prophet Isaiah once said, “a little child will lead them.” But, what about a character from Winnie the Pooh? Can anxious, yet adventurous, Piglet help us understand our relationship with God and one another? Theology is serious business.…

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CFP: Process and the Spirit

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Fairbanks, AK, invites process thinkers to submit proposals for a three-day symposium on the nature and meaning of the Holy Spirit, July 22-July 24. This is an important area of theological investigation. While much has been written in process christology, little has been done in pneumatology. Historically, the Holy Spirit…

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