First published in 2002. This is Volume VII of seventeen in the Library of Philosophy series on Metaphysics. Written in 1959, after studying Whitehead’s philosophy of applying mathematical logic to physical problems, the author’s main purpose here is to illustrate the two principles upon which the Philosophy of Organism is based, (a) its logical or structural side, and (b) its physical-experiential side. Part I deals with (a) and Part II with (b).

part |94 pages

The Structure of Whitehead's Philosophy

chapter |24 pages

Speculative Philosophy

chapter |4 pages

Whitehead and Language

chapter |17 pages

Natural Theology

chapter |9 pages

The Algebraic Method

chapter |6 pages

The Extensive Continuum

part |117 pages

The Dynamics of Whitehead's Philosophy

chapter |2 pages