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1. Philosophy Today: Volume > 18 > Issue: 3
Bernard P. Dauenhauer On Speech and Temporality: Derrida and Husserl
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William Horosz Does Husserl's Reach Exceed his Grasp?
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Jerome Ashmore Essence in Recent Philosophy: Husserl, Whitehead, Santayana
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Manfred S. Frings Max Scheler Centennial 1874-1974
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Peter H. Spader The Non-formal Ethics of Value of Max Scheler and the Shift in his Thought
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Louis René Beres The Errors of Cosmopolis
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John B. Bennett Nature — God's Body? A whiteheadian perspective
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Gordon Kaufmann's recent book, God the Problem, provokes reflection on the notion of the world os God's body. He is concerned to indicate the intelligibility in a secular age of discourse about God's transcendence. The thrust of his position is clearly toward the concept that the world is God's body, but he rejects abruptly any suggestion that this is acceptable. In the following pages I will look briefly at Kaufmann's own position, raise some questions about it, and propose Whiteheadian thought as being more faithful to some of Kaufmann's intentions.
8. Philosophy Today: Volume > 18 > Issue: 3
Benjamin F. Ward In Quest of the Metaphysical Function: a whiteheadian perspective
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