Alfred North Whitehead's (1861–1947) "Philosophy of Organism" offers an important, indeed fundamental, metaphysical doctrine. It is the product of a long adventure ofideas and has many complementary aspects. Read More
The present book does not claim to achieve a complete description of all the aspects of the late Whitehead's worldview. Its aim is rather to stress some specific features of his teachings, such as his views concerning rationality, dynamic holism, things and objects, events, anticipation, creativity, nature, organism, and life.
This book should be useful not only for process philosophers, but also for all scholars who are interested in the development of process philosophical ideas.
Dr Vesselin Petrov holds an M.A. in mathematics (1977), a Ph.D. in philosophy (1989) and a D.Sc. in philosophy (2011). He is a Professor and the Director of the Institute for the Study of Societies and Knowledge at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. His fields of research include process-relational philosophy, metaphysics, ontology, applied ontology, philosophy of mathematics, and philosophy of education. He leads the team of the project "Synergy between process philosophy and elements of AI in the theory of learning"sponsored by the Bulgarian National Science Fund.