Process Philosophy and Covid-19 conference

What Role Can Process Philosophy Play in Post-Covid 19 Times? —A Report on the International Symposium on Process Philosophy and Covid 19 Wei Lan, Hongyu Lin, Jiarui Zhao The tiny Coronavirus has almost changed everything. In Meijun Fan’s words, “No matter whethervarious kinds of tribalists and exclusivists like it or not, the Coronavirus has already…

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China Project Activities

International Symposium on “Covid-19 and Process Philosophy”, August 23, 2020(Online meeting) Theme: What Process Thought Can Do in Post-Covid-19 Times? Participants from the US are: Philip Clayton, Andrew Schwartz, Kevin Clark, Bonnie, John Becker, Meijun Fan and Zhihe Wang   2020 China Chongqing (Wulong) International Forum on Green Development Practice, Wulong, Chongqing, August26-28,2020 Theme: Exploring New Practical…

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Ron Hines’ Review of John Cobb’s “Salvation” book

JOHN COBB’S SALVATION: JESUS’S MISSION AND OURS Book Review by Ron Hines, September 3, 2020  What? Another John Cobb Book?!  John B. Cobb, Jr. has just published a book on Salvation. He’s already published 50 books! Why now another, John, in your 95th year? He has spent a lifetime writing theology, and treatises on the…

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International Symposium on Covid-19 and Process Philosophy

More than 100 process scholars joined for an International Symposium on “Covid-19 and Process Philosophy.” The online symposium began at 8pm Beijing Time on August 23  (Online meeting) to accommodate scholars from time zones around the world. The symposium was cosponsored by the China Process Society,the Center for Process Studies, the Institute for Postmodern Development of…

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Update: New CPS Office

We’re happy to announce that the Center for Process Studies is getting settled in its new office space at the MICAH building in Salem, Oregon. The facilities are being leased by CST and Willamette University from the First United Methodist Church of Salem, and are a significant upgrade from our former Claremont space. There’s a…

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Renowned Hartshorne Scholar, George W. Shields, Passes Away

George W. Shields in August 2003 George W. Shields (born April 22, 1951) passed away on Aug. 13, 2020. He had been ill since November of last year after complications from a surgery left him with a serious attack of sepsis. He managed partial recoveries and was full of plans for the future, but a…

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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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