Volume 48, Issue 2, Fall/Winter 2019
Brian Claude Macallan
Novelty in Twentieth-Century French and Process Philosophy
Contours and Conversations
This article explores the thesis that novelty is central to a wide and diverse range of French philosophers in the twentieth century. Often these philosophers are seen on different sides of philosophic divides, but novelty brings them together. I will explore some of the fruitful areas for dialogue between French and process philosophy, particularly around the theme of novelty.