Hailed as "one of the most valuable books on the relation of
philosophy and science," Alfred North Whitehead's The Concept of
Nature, first published in 1920, was an important contribution to
the development of philosophic naturalism. Examining the
fundamental problems of substance, space, and time, Whitehead
assesses the impact of Einstein's theories as well as the
then-recent findings of modern physics on the concept of nature.
For students and teachers of natural philosophy, this is essential
reading. English mathematician and philosopher ALFRED NORTH
WHITEHEAD (1861-1947) contributed significantly to 20th-century
logic and metaphysics. With Bertrand Russell he cowrote the
landmark Principia Mathematica, and also authored An Inquiry
Concerning the Principles of Natural Knowledge, The Function of
Reason, and Process and Reality.
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