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Hartshorne: A New World View – Recommended Reading

hartshorne&reese-coverPhilosophers Speak of God, by Charles Hartshorne and William L. Reese (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1953.) Reprinted by Humanity Books (Amherst, N.Y., 2000 with an addendum to the preface by William L. Reese.) This volume offers a presentation and critique of the primary idea in the history of ideas East and West, theistic and atheistic.

 

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Process Studies, Journal of the Center for Process Studies, Claremont, California. “Special Focus on Charles Hartshorne,” volume 30.2, 2001, contains the most recent primary bibliography of Hartshorne’s philosophical works.

 

 

phil&relgDictionary of Philosophy and Religion: Eastern and Western Thought by William L. Reese (Atlantic Highlands, N.J.; Humanities Press, 1980; new and enlarged edition, 1996). The classic one-volume work, 856 pages.

 

dancing-with-sacredDancing with the Sacred: Evolution, Ecology, and God by Karl E. Peters (Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press, International, 2002). Library Journal recommends this description of the new world of power, which can be read online.

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