Science and Mind in Contemporary Process Thought
The relationship of mind to matter, and the very understanding of mind and matter still eludes understanding, even after millennia of philosophical work and centuries of scientific reflection. The present volume shows how process philosophy helps us in conceptualizing such problems. The reader will find twelve chapters—written by prominent specialists of various specializations—discussing the relation between a processual school of thinking and natural and psychological scientific research, with a focus on the problems of mind and experience. The three successive sections of the book scrutinise in increasing detail the human mind, to give the full overview of the role that process philosophy might play in providing a consistent, unified language for the description of physical and mental reality.
This book is part of a series. View the full series, "European Studies in Process Thought", here.
Lukasz Lamza is a philosopher, science writer and academic teacher based in Krakow, Poland. He specialises in philosophy of nature, process philosophy and cosmology. He is the author of numerous articles and books, and is a Board Member of the Whitehead Metaphysical Society, a non-profit educational organisation interested in the application of Alfred North Whitehead’s thought to science, philosophy and everyday life.
Jakub Dziadkowiec is a philosopher and academic teacher based in Vincent Pol University of Lublin, Poland. He specializes in philosophy of nature, process philosophy, and philosophy of sport. He is the author of the theory of ontological stratalism and a Member of the Whitehead Metaphysical Society.
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