Ideas from 'Process and Reality' by Alfred North Whitehead [1929], by Theme Structure

[found in 'Process and Reality' by Whitehead,A.N. [Free Press 1985,0-02-934570-7]].

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1. Philosophy / C. History of Philosophy / 2. Ancient Philosophy / c. Classical philosophy
European philosophy consists of a series of footnotes to Plato
5. Theory of Logic / G. Quantification / 2. Domain of Quantification
With 'extensive connection', boundary elements are not included in domains [Varzi]
7. Existence / B. Change in Existence / 2. Processes
In Whitehead 'processes' consist of events beginning and ending [Simons]
26. Natural Theory / C. Causation / 1. Causation
Whitehead held that perception was a necessary feature of all causation [Harré/Madden]
26. Natural Theory / C. Causation / 9. General Causation / a. Constant conjunction
If impressions, memories and ideas only differ in vivacity, nothing says it is memory, or repetition
27. Natural Reality / C. Space-Time / 1. Space / c. Points in space
Whitehead replaced points with extended regions [Quine]