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Hartshorne: A New World View, Contents and Acknowledgements

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Charles Hartshorne: A New World View

Contents and Acknowledgements

Table of Contents

  1. The Acceptance of Death
  2. Concerning Abortion: An Attempt at a Rational View
  3. Religion and Creative Experience
  4. Theistic Humanism
  5. The Modern World and a Modern View of God
  6. A New World and a New World View
  7. America From Colonial Beginning to Philosophical Greatness
  8. The Idea of Creativity in American Philosophy
  9. The Development of Process Philosophy
  10. Symbols of Power, by Herbert F. Vetter
  11. Recommended Reading
  12. Primary Bibliography of Philosophical Works

Acknowledgements

Grateful appreciation is expressed to the following sources for permission to publish the following articles:

“The Acceptance of Death,” Philosophical Aspects of Thanatology, vol. 1, ed. Florence M. Hetzler and Austion H. Kutscher, New York: MSS Infomation Corporation, 1978.

“Religion and Creative Experience,” The Unitarian Register and the Universalist Leader, June, 1952.

“Concerning Abortion,” Christian Century, January 21, 1981.

“Theisitic Humanism,” written in 1950 and here published for the first time.

“A New World and a New World View,” the Life of Choice, ed. Clark Kucheman (Beacon Press, 1978)

“The Modern World and a Modern View of God,” Crane Review 4, 2 (Winter, 1962).

“From Colonial Beginnings to Philosophical Greatness,” Monist 48, 3 (July, 1964).

“The Idea of Creativity in American Philosophy,” The Journal of Karnatak University (India), Social Sciences Vol. 2 (May, 1966).

“The Development of Process Philosophy,” Philosophers of Process, ed. Douglas Browning (Random House, 1965).

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