Whitehead and China :

Xie, Wenyu.

Whitehead and China : Relevance and Relationships. - 1 online resource (217 pages) - Process Thought Ser. ; v.4 . - Process Thought Ser. .

Intro -- Content: -- Part I -- IS WHITEHEAD RELEVANTIN CHINA TODAY?∗John B. Cobb, Jr. -- Whitehead, China, Postmodern Politics,and Global Democracy in the NewMillenniumDavid Ray Griffin -- The Tao of Postmodernity:Process, Deconstruction, and PostcolonialTheoryCatherine Keller -- Process Thought in Chinese TraditionalArtsMeijun Fan and Ronald Phipps -- Process Thought and Confucian ValuesJoseph Grange -- Educations Myths and Metaphors:Implications of Process Education forEducational ReformGeorge E. Derfer -- The Problem of Transcendencein Chinese Religions:From a Whiteheadian PerspectiveWang Shik Jang -- Whitehead and Tiantai:Eternal Objects and the Twofold ThreeThousandBrook Ziporyn -- Concepts of Creation and Pragmatic ofCreativity1Michel Weber -- Part II -- Non-sensuous Perception and itsPhilosophical AnalysisWenyu Xie -- Can Whiteheadian Process PhilosophyChallenge Western Philosophy? 1Guihuan Huo -- The Postmodern Dimension ofWhiteheads Philosophy and ItsRelevanceZhihe Wang -- The Value of Adventure in WhiteheadianThoughtZhen Han -- Defining Environmental and ResourceProtection in Process Philosophy*Shiyan Li -- Towards a Whiteheadian EcofeminismNini Zhang.

This series features philosophical, interdisciplinary, and cross-disciplinary research on the analysis and application of dynamic categories.It presents cutting-edge research in process ontology and process metaphysics, but also interdisciplinary studies and cross-disciplinary collections on process-geared theories, covering a wide spectrum of disciplines.


Whitehead, Alfred North, -- 1861-1947 -- Influence -- Congresses.;Philosophy, Chinese -- 20th century -- Congresses.

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