[OPE-L:7982] Re: Process Philosophy

From: John Holloway (johnholloway@prodigy.net.mx)
Date: Sun Nov 10 2002 - 14:23:48 EST


    Many thanks for the comments and the references. I'll check them out.

>From: Rakesh Bhandari <rakeshb@stanford.edu>
>To: ope-l@galaxy.csuchico.edu
>Subject: [OPE-L:7978] Process Philosophy
>Date: Sat, Nov 9, 2002, 5:49 PM

>I have been very impressed and moved by John's ability to plumb the 
>depths of and to develop Marx's critiques of reification and 
>fetishism by simply and unpretentiously focusing on the everyday 
>language of our doing.
>Just as Lukacs's critique of reification seems to owe something to 
>Simmel's vitalism (for which Colletti excoriated Lukacs), I 
>tentatively believe there may be some possible connection to process 
>philosophy as a result of John's critique of nouns and noun like 
>entities, though John's own work surely seems to undercut the need 
>for any kind of metaphysics to undergird Marx's critique.
>For those who are interested in the connection to process philosophy:
>Go to http://www.processphilosophy.org/; then papers, Full Text 2000 
>APA - Anne Fairchild Pomeroy: "Process Ontology and the Critique of 
>Pomeroy has a forthcoming book     *  Marx and Whitehead: Process, 
>Dialectics, and the Critique of Capitalism* (Forthcoming, SUNY Press)
>There is an earlier book Author:  Kleinbach, Russell L. Title:  Marx 
>via process : Whitehead's potential contribution to Marxian social 
>theory / Russell L. Kleinbach. Imprint:  Washington, D.C. : 
>University Press of America, c1982. Physical Description:  xiv, 198 
>p. ; 21 cm. Notes:  Originally presented as the author's thesis 
>(doctoral--Boston University)  Bibliography: p. 193-198. Subject 
>(LC):  Marx, Karl, 1818-1883.  Whitehead, Alfred North, 1861-1947.

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