1. Standard memberBosse de Nage
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    08 Feb '08 11:46
    http://www.shaviro.com/Othertexts/God.pdf

    (The author says, "It took me much longer than I had hoped, but I have finally finished a first draft of my chapter on Whitehead’s notion of God. It’s longer than it should be, and a bit all over the place (digressive) — and yet touches too briefly on a number of things that it would be good to flesh out in greater detail. And I didn’t quite manage to explain how and why Whitehead’s God might be preferable even to Spinoza’s God (its only competitor) for the role of the philosophers’ God, or the atheists’ God. In any case, the God I discern in Whitehead is (as far as I can tell) rather different from the one found in process theology."😉
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    08 Feb '08 12:19
    Originally posted by Bosse de Nage
    http://www.shaviro.com/Othertexts/God.pdf

    (The author says, "It took me much longer than I had hoped, but I have finally finished a first draft of my chapter on Whitehead’s notion of God. It’s longer than it should be, and a bit all over the place (digressive) — and yet touches too briefly on a number of things that it would be good to flesh out in ...[text shortened]... Whitehead is (as far as I can tell) rather different from the one found in process theology."😉
    I looked up Alfred North Whitehead, and by remarkable co-incidence we have quite a lot in common.