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AuthorMartin, R. M. author
TitleWhitehead's Categoreal Scheme and Other Papers [electronic resource] / by R. M. Martin
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1974
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Descript 163 p. online resource


The philosophical papers comprising this volume range from process metaphysics and theology, through the phenomenological study of intentionality, to the foundations of geometry and of the system of real numbers. New light, it is thought, is shed on all these topics, some of them being of the highest interest and under intensive investigation in contemporary philosophical discussion. Metaphysiยญ cians, process theologians, semanticists, theorists of knowledge, phenomenologists, and philosophers of mathematics will thus find in this book, it is hoped, helpful materials and methods. The categoreal scheme of Whitehead's Process and Reality is discussed rather fully from a logical point of view in the first paper [I] in the light of the author's previous work on the logico-metaphysical theory of events. The clarification that results is thought to provide a new depth and precision to the problem of interpreting one of the most difficult books in the recent history of metaphysics and cosmolยญ ogy. A detailed examination of some aspects of Hartshorne's recent Creative Synthesis and Philosophic Method is given in II. This book is perhaps the most significant work on process philosophy since Process and Reality itself, and its logical underpinnings thus merit a full critical discussion


I. An Approximative Logical Structure for Whitehead's Categoreal Scheme -- II. On Hartshorne's Creative Synthesis and Event Logic -- III. On the Whiteheadian God -- IV. On Coordinate Divisions in the Theory of Extensive Connection -- V. On Abstractive Hierarchies -- VI. Steps towards a Pragmatic Protogeometry -- VII. On Mathematics and the Good -- VIII. On the Logical Structure of the Ontological Argument -- IX. On Boche?ski's Logic of Religious Discourse -- X. On Gurwitsch's Theory of Intentionality

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