Process Studies 13 (4):260-274 (1983)

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Richard W. Field
Northwest Missouri State University
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There are close affinities between James' theory of time as discussed in A Pluralistic Universe and the so-called epochal theory of time offered by Alfred North Whitehead. In this paper I examine James' theory and compare it with the views of Henri Bergson.
Keywords Major Philosophers  William James  Alfred North Whitehead  Henri Bergson  Time
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DOI 10.5840/process198313431
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