Cognition, Language, Symbol, and Meaning Making: A Comparative Study of the Epistemic Stances of Whitehead and the Book of Changes

Asian Philosophy 19 (3):285-300 (2011)
The epistemic stances of both Whitehead and the Book of Changes are founded on the assumption that process is reality; there are important resonances with respect to perception, meaning and significance. Such a process-oriented approach is productive for developing non-representational and non-dualistic theories in the fields of epistemology, philosophy of language and philosophy of mind. An exploration of these resonances will further provide an appropriate foundation for dialogue between the philosophy of the Book of Changes and that of contemporary Euro-American philosophy. The important differences between the Book of Changes and Whiteheadian philosophy will also become apparent
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Alfred North Whitehead (1938). Modes of Thought. New York, the Macmillan Company.
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