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Process Studies Journal

Process Studies (ISSN: 0360-6503) is a scholarly peer-reviewed, and refereed academic, journal of the Center for Process Studies. Issues are published twice a year. It is the leading international journal in its field, and is dedicated to the study of the thought and wide-ranging implications of Alfred North Whitehead (1861-1947) and his intellectual associates, most notably Charles E. Hartshorne (1897-2000), and others like William James (1842-1910), Charles Sanders Pierce (1839-1914) and Henri Bergson (1859-1941). The mandate of Process Studies, in sum, is to explore Whiteheadian-Hartshornean process thought at an advanced level and as it appears in related philosophies and theologies (as noted above), applying the Whiteheadian-Hartshornean conceptuality to a wide range of other fields: Aesthetics, Biology, Cosmology, Economics, Education Theory, Ethics, History of Religions, Literary Criticism, Mathematics, Political Thought, Psychology, Physics and other Natural Sciences, the Social Sciences, Sociology, Psychology, Christian Theology, Eastern Religions, and etc. Articles and Special focus sections have been published in all of these areas.

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ISSN: 0360-6503
Two issues / year
Working language is English; academic references to other languages on occasion
Subject categories: 1) Philosophy; 2) Theology; 3) Interdisciplinary
CPS Contact: Wm. Andrew Schwartz
Average length: 320-360 pages
Approximate Circulation: 1000
Indexes in Vol. 15.4 and Vol. 20.4
Agency Discount of 10%
Claims should be made within 12 months. We do not provide refunds once the agent or subscriber check has been processed.
Editor: Daniel A. Dombrowski, Professor of Philosophy, Seattle University; Seattle, WA 98122
Editor’s web page
Style guidelines for submissions: PS Style Guidelines

Hartshorne Lifetime Membership

One of the benefits of becoming a Hartshorne Lifetime Member is a lifetime subscription to Process Studies journal—no more renewal notices! The lifetime subscription is valued at $500. If you file a U.S. tax return and you itemize your income tax deductions, your Hartshorne Lifetime Membership gift may entitle you to claim a charitable income tax deduction for $1000.00 (USD), that is, the amount of the gift less the value of the lifetime subscription.