Sunday, March 3, 2013

a "neo-Whiteheadian naturalism"

I just happened to find this article and thought that it speaks directly to some points of issue that seem to continually come up between Deleuzians and Whiteheadians (or between those who say there is no need for Whitehead when one has Deleuze, and usually it's an atheist saying so, and those who have a more tolerant approach to Whitehead yet struggle to deal with the God question).

Tim Clark,“A Whiteheadian Chaosmos: Process Philosophyfrom a Deleuzean Perspective” Process Studies Vol. 28, Number 3-4 (Fall-Winter, 1999): 179-194, link HERE.