By Charles Hartshorne (auth.), James Franklin Harris (eds.)
The papers during this quantity are in honor of Bowman L. Clarke. Bowman Clarke earned levels from Millsaps collage, the college of Mississippi, and Emory college in Atlanta, Georgia, together with the PhD in philosophy from Emory in 1961. He spent such a lot of his educational profession, a complete of twenty-nine years, as a member of the Philosophy division of the college of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, from which he retired in 1990. He additionally served as Head of the dep. for a number of years. He has held many positions of contrast in specialist societies, together with President of the Georgia Philosophical Society, President of the Society for the Philosophy of faith, and President of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology. He additionally served as Editor-in leader of the foreign magazine for the Philosophy of faith from 1975-1989. Professor Clarke is the writer of Language and normal Theology (The Hague: Mouton and Co. , 1966) in addition to quite a few articles in expert journals. He has made significant contributions within the components of the philosophy of faith, the research of the philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead, and the advance of the calculus of people. ix J. F. Harris (ed. ), good judgment, God and Metaphysics, ix. © 1992 Kluwer educational Publishers. advent The identify for this quantity, common sense, God, and Metaphysics, was once selected very conscientiously and intentionally. The papers during this quantity are directed on the matters and difficulties which lie within the area of the juncture of those 3 diverse parts of philosophical inquiry.
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