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Ideas of Alfred North Whitehead, by Text

[British, 1861 - 1947, Born in Kent. Worked with Russell in England, then a Professor at Harvard University.]

1929 Process and Reality
p.8 With 'extensive connection', boundary elements are not included in domains [Varzi]
p.58 Whitehead held that perception was a necessary feature of all causation [Harré/Madden]
p.93 Whitehead replaced points with extended regions [Quine]
p.185 In Whitehead 'processes' consist of events beginning and ending [Simons]
p.39 p. European philosophy consists of a series of footnotes to Plato
V.II p.135 If impressions, memories and ideas only differ in vivacity, nothing says it is memory, or repetition