Process And Reality by Alfred North Whitehead

This philosophical work is a profound exploration of metaphysics, presenting a comprehensive framework that integrates the realities of experience, the nature of objects, and the essence of time. The author introduces the concept of "process" as the cornerstone of reality, arguing that the universe is characterized by a dynamic process of becoming rather than static being. Through the development of a complex system of thought known as "process philosophy," the text challenges traditional metaphysical notions, advocating for a reality that is interconnected, ever-evolving, and fundamentally constituted by events and occurrences. This seminal work is both a critique of classical metaphysics and an ambitious attempt to establish a new philosophical understanding that emphasizes the intrinsic relatedness and creativity of existence.

The 3679th greatest book of all time


Published
1929
Nationality
British
Type
Fiction
Pages
500-550
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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