For seven decades Charles Hartshorne has presented his philosophical themes with ingenuity and deep historical awareness, comparing his positions in illuminating fashion with those of major figures from Plato to Kant to Popper. Integral to Hartshorne's thinking have been bold, fresh interpretations of such notions as God, freedom, change, creativity, aesthetic meaning, the social character of experience, and generalized causal possibility with a place for probabilities and open possibilities.If I am influenced now by what I have been in the past, I am as genuinely influenced by what others have been in the past. If I can plan now to bring about results in my future bodily and spiritual career, so can I plan to bring them about in theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Zero Fallacy and Other Essays in Neoclassical Philosophy|
|Author||:||Charles Hartshorne, Mohammad Valady|
|Publisher||:||Open Court Publishing - 1997|