Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Platonic forms and process-relational philosophy

Can Plato contribute anything to process-relational philosophy, or is Platonism process-relational philosophy's opposite?

How might we draw upon notable process philosophers of the twentieth century (Whitehead or Deleuze, for example) in order to ask whether there is room for Platonic Forms in a process-relational ontology, whether in the shape of eternal objects or virtualities? 

These questions and others are entertained in a book which considers Plato's relationship to process philosophy, as well as to the philosophy of religion, HERE.