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Recent Advances in the Creation of a Process-Based Worldview

Human Life in Process

Editor(s): Łukasz Lamża
Contributors: Tokiyuki Nobuhara, Roland Cazalis, Hans-Ferdinand Angel, Matthew David Segall, John Quiring, Martin Kaplický,

Book Description

Process thought is an important component of contemporary philosophy. Alfred North Whitehead’s organic philosophy has a special place in the landscape of process thinking, being detailed, precise and well-thought, and at the same time extremely visionary and far-reaching. The global community of process thinkers includes physicists, biologists, doctors, political scientists, educators, activists, philosophers, theologians and other people devoted to rethinking their disciplines in the light of process philosophy.

This volume presents the cutting edge in the creation of a process worldview. Leading scholars from all over the world gathered to discuss how process thinking can inspire us to rethink our lives. Precise philosophical language and a unifying vision are applied to core issues, such as politics, society, education and religion. The book represents a bold move from academic philosophy into the realm of actual human lives.


ISBN-13: 978-1-4438-0128-7
ISBN-10: 1-4438-0128-3
Date of Publication: 01/12/2016
Pages / Size: 240 / A5
Price: £52.99


Łukasz Lamża is a philosopher, science writer and academic teacher based in Krakow, Poland. He specialises in philosophy of nature, process philosophy and cosmology. He is an author of numerous articles and books and is a Board Member of the Whitehead Metaphysical Society, a non-profit educational organisation interested in the applications of Whitehead’s thought to science, philosophy and everyday life.

Jakub Dziadkowiec is a philosopher and educator based in Lublin, Poland. He specializes in philosophy of nature, process philosophy and ontology. He is the author of the theory of ontological stratalism, and a Member of the Whitehead Metaphysical Society.