The Metaphysical Significance of Whitehead's Creativity

Process Studies 30 (1):36-54 (2001)
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Dr. Coots discusses creativity: 1. A different interpretation; 2. Differences and problems with Whitehead’s view; 3. What does creativity try to answer? 4. Ultimacy and creativity; 5. The relevance of Whitehead’s metaphysics of creativity in contemporary metaphysics
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