Explores the importance of the body and the senses in educational encounters, drawing out the aesthetic and political dimensions of educational practices.
Offers a process philosophical approach to mysticism and mystical religious experience.
Develops a creative and provocative new model of God that brings together insights from both process theology and ground-of-being theology.
Proposes a distinctly American approach to aesthetic judgment and practice.
A full account of the Metaphysical Club, featuring the members’ philosophical writings and four critical essays.
A history of the concept of God through the lens of process thought.
Contributes a black Atlantic perspective to postmodernism, theology, and metaphysics.
Demonstrates myriad points of connection between Whitehead's philosophy and mainstream philosophical traditions.
A vigorous and wide-ranging defense of Hartshorne’s “neoclassical metaphysics” of creative freedom.
Exploration of Alfred North Whitehead's influence on Maurice Merleau-Ponty's ontology of nature.
Opens a dialogue between process philosophy and contemporary consciousness studies.
A reading of Marx's critique of capitalism through the lens of process philosophy.
Defends panpsychism, the view that mentality is present in all natural bodies with unified and persisting organization.
Synthesizes Thomistic and Whiteheadian metaphysics.
An environmental philosophy of the contemporary city, this book develops a theory of good urban growth involving both the physical and cultural dimensions of city life.
This collection of essays by leading American philosophers honors John E. Smith, a major figure in the struggle for the American profession of philosophy to redefine itself and return to its grander traditions.
Initiates and continues a dialogue regarding the concept of God in the neoclassical philosophy of Charles Hartshorne and that found in analytic philosophers who adhere to classical theism.
This book fills a significant gap in current process scholarship by providing a detailed exposition of Whitehead's and Hartshorne's social and political writings, reconstructing their ideological commitments ...