Volume 47, Issue 1/2, Spring/Summer-Fall/Winter 2018
Interstitial Life and the Banality of Novelty in Whitehead’s Process and Reality
Whitehead’s metaphysical conception of life in Process and Reality is elucidated. The article is about neither biology nor psychology, but about how Whitehead’s view of interstitial life might account for these scientific disciplines’ range of phenomena. Whitehead’s view of the universe as always novel but rarely original will be clarified, as will the role of eternal objects.