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									{THESIS} [AUTHORS] Williams, Scott Edward [TITLE] Theism Gone Mental: The Implications of Donald Davidson's Anomalous Monism [TYPE] Dissertation [PUBLISHER] University of Virginia [DATE] 1994 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Mind-Body [SUBJECTS] Theism [SUBJECTS] Donald Davidson [SUBJECTS] Monism [SUBJECTS] Philosophy of Religion [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Prigonine, Ilya and Isabelle Stengers [TITLE] Order Out of Chaos [PUBLISHER] Bantam Books [PUB LOCATION] Toronto; New York; London; Sydney [DATE] 1984 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Reason [SUBJECTS] Newon [SUBJECTS] Kant [SUBJECTS] Hegel [SUBJECTS] Bergson [SUBJECTS] Whitehead [SUBJECTS] Thermodynamics [SUBJECTS] Fluctuations [SUBJECTS] Time [SUBJECTS] Boltzmann [SUBJECTS] Nature [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. Also contains notes and page numbers on inside back cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Science, Philosophy and Religion: A Symposium [AUTHOR ROLE] One of Contributors and Commenters [PUBLISHER] Science, Philosophy and Religion in Their Relation to the Democratic Way of Life, INC. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1942 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked

[DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears note "1948 C.H. 130-172." [DESCRIPTION] The book contains Hartshorne's article "A Philosophy of Democratic Defence" and his comment on Paul Weiss's "Democracy and the Rights of Man." {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Selected Writings: George Herbert Mead [AUTHOR ROLE] One of Contributors [EDITORS] Reck, Andrew J. [PUBLISHER] The Bobbs-Merrill Company, INC. [PUB LOCATION] Indianapolis; New York; Kansas City [DATE] 1964 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Science [SUBJECTS] Psychology [SUBJECTS] Social Consciousness [SUBJECTS] Social Self [SUBJECTS] Royce [SUBJECTS] James [SUBJECTS] Dewey [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Process and Divinity: The Hartshorne Festschrift--Philosophical Essays presented to Charles Hartshorne [AUTHOR ROLE] The Subject of the Book [EDITORS] Reese, William L. and Eugene Freeman [PUBLISHER] Open Court Publishing Company [PUB LOCATION] LaSalle, Illinois [DATE] 1964 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] Whiteheadian Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Logic [SUBJECTS] Philosophy of Religion [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hutten, Ernest H. [TITLE] The Origins of Science: An Inquiry into the Foundation of Western Thought [PUBLISHER] George Allen and Unwin LTD [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1962 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Science and Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Ontology

[SUBJECTS] Causality [SUBJECTS] Logic and the Truth Criterion [SUBJECTS] Science as Creative Activity [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Kierkegaard, Soren [TITLE] The Concept of Dread [TRANSLATORS] Lowrie, Walter [PUBLISHER] Princeton University [PUB LOCATION] Princeton [DATE] 1944 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears the previous owner's name and the date. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Weiss, Paul [TITLE] The Making of Man [PUBLISHER] Southern Illinois University Press [PUB LOCATION] Carbondale and Edwardsville [DATE] 1967 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The book is a autobiological sketch of Weiss's scholarship. [DESCRIPTION] The book itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lewis, C. S. [TITLE] Mere Christianity [PUBLISHER] MacMillan Publishing Co., Inc [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1960 [ORIG DATE] 1943 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Moderately MarkedRight and Wrong as a Clue to the Meaning of the Universe [SUBJECTS] What Christians Believe [SUBJECTS] Christian Behaviour [SUBJECTS] Beyond Personality [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially major in the chapters on "The Shocking Alternative" and "Christian Marrage."

{EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Mind in Nature: Essays on the Interface of Science and Philosophy [AUTHOR ROLE] One of Contributors [EDITORS] John B. Cobb, Jr. and David Ray Griffin [PUBLISHER] University Press of America [PUB LOCATION] Washinton, D.C. [DATE] 1977 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Evolution of Mind [SUBJECTS] Mind and Order [SUBJECTS] The Primacy of Mind [SUBJECTS] Mind and Organism [DESCRIPTION] Contains frequent notations and underling throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains some page numbers on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Speak Out Against the New Right [EDITORS] Vetter, Herbert F. [PUBLISHER] Beacon Press [PUB LOCATION] Boston [DATE] 1982 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Media [SUBJECTS] Politics [SUBJECTS] Peace/War [SUBJECTS] Religion [SUBJECTS] Sex [SUBJECTS] Science [DESCRIPTION] Contains an article of Hartshorne, "Concerning Abortion: An Attempt at a Rational View," but the book itself does not much appear to be marked. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Evans, G. R. [TITLE] Anselm and Talk about God [PUBLISHER] Clarendon Press [PUB LOCATION] Oxford [DATE] 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Concept of God [SUBJECTS] Monologion and Proslogion [SUBJECTS] The Receptive Mind [SUBJECTS] The De Conceptu Virginali [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially in the chapters on "Monologion and Proslogion." Also contains

notes on inside front and back covers. The inside front cover bears the name Hartshorne and the date. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Aesthetic Dimension of Science [AUTHOR ROLE] One of Contributors [EDITORS] Curtin, Deane W. [PUBLISHER] Philosophical Library [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Aesthetics [SUBJECTS] Science [SUBJECTS] Physics [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Also contains extensive notes on inside front and back covers. The book includes Charles Hartshorne's article, "Science as the Search for the Hidden Beauty of the World." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Shakespeare, William [TITLE] Sonnets and Poems [PUBLISHER] Alfred A. Knoph, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Sonnets and Narrative Poems of William Shakespeare [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations in the sections of "The Sonnets." [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Contemporary Studies in Philosophical Idealism [AUTHOR ROLE] One of Contributors [EDITORS] Howie, John and Thomas O. Buford [PUBLISHER] Claude Stark & Co. [PUB LOCATION] Cape Cod, MA [DATE] 1975 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Idealism [SUBJECTS] "Whitehead and Leibniz: A Comparison" by Charles Hartshorne [SUBJECTS] "Will" by Robert N. Beck [DESCRIPTION] Two copies of this book. [DESCRIPTION] The text does not appear to be heavily marked, but the inside

front "Contents" shows marks on the essays "Whitehead and Leibniz: A Comarison" by hismelf and "Will" by Robert N. Beck. Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Jones, Rufus M. [TITLE] The Life and Message of George Fox [PUBLISHER] The Macmillan Co. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1924 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin mark in the "chronology of george fox" in page 30. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Process in Context: Essays in Post-Whiteheadian Perspectives [AUTHOR ROLE] One of Contributors [EDITORS] Wolf-Gazo, Ernest [PUBLISHER] Peter Lang Publish, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1988 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The front cover and contents contains lists of minor marks and notes. The book itself contains Hartshorne's article, "The Organism according to Process Philosophy." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Feibleman, James [TITLE] Religious Platonism: The Influence of Religion on Plato and the Influence of Plato on Religion [PUBLISHER] George Allen & Unwin LTD [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1959 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Plato [SUBJECTS] Orphism [SUBJECTS] Aristotle [SUBJECTS] Philo [SUBJECTS] Plotinus [SUBJECTS] Neoplatonism [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially major in the chapters on "Plotinus's Philosophy of Religion" and "Early Neoplatonism."

{BOOK} [TITLE] The Words of the Father [PUBLISHER] Beacon House Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1971 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Words of God [SUBJECTS] Creation [SUBJECTS] Godhead [SUBJECTS] Prayer [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front and back covers. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Gadamer, Hans-Georg [TITLE] Reason in the Age of Science [PUBLISHER] The MIT Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, MA and London, England [DATE] 1983 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Philosophy and Science [SUBJECTS] Hegel [SUBJECTS] Practice [SUBJECTS] Hermeneutics [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially includes mark "y"[es] in margin notations. Also contains notes on inside back covers. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Abel, Reuben [TITLE] Man is the Measure: A Cordial Invitation to the Central Problem of Philosophy [PUBLISHER] The Free Press [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1976 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] Knowledge [SUBJECTS] Perception [SUBJECTS] Minde and Body [SUBJECTS] Creativity [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Also contains extensive critical notes on inside front covers.

Contains "no" on the chapter, "Mind and Body" and "no, but" on the chapter, "Man Is the Measure." {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Dr. S. Radhakrishnan Souvenir Volume [EDITORS] Atreya, J. P. [PUBLISHER] Darshana International [PUB LOCATION] Moradabad; India [DATE] 1964 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Contains Collection of 76 Ariticles by Scholars of International Fame. [SUBJECTS] Includes Hartshorne's article "Negative Facts and the Analogical Inference to Other Mind." [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor notes on inside front cover and contents. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] McMurrin, Sterling M. [TITLE] Religion, Reason, and Truth: Historical essays in the Philosophy of Religion [PUBLISHER] University of Utah Press [PUB LOCATION] Salt Lake City [DATE] 1982 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Religion, Reason, and Truth [SUBJECTS] Religious Thought and Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Modern Philosophy and Liberal Religion [SUBJECTS] The Primary Forms of Religion in Judaeo-Christian Culture [SUBJECTS] Time, History, and Christianity [SUBJECTS] Religion and the Denial of History [SUBJECTS] The Personal and Impersonal in Metaphysics and Theology [SUBJECTS] Theses on the Idea that God is a Person [SUBJECTS] Cause, Determinism, and the Freedom of the Will [SUBJECTS] Comments on the Meaning of Immortality [SUBJECTS] Evolution, Religion, and Human Hope [DESCRIPTION] Contains slight notations and underlining throught, but heavily on the section "Religion and the Denial of History." {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Philosophy of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan [AUTHOR ROLE] One of Contributors [PUBLISHER] Tudor Publishing Company [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1952 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24

[SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains marks on his article, "Radhakrishnan on Mind, Matter, and God." [DESCRIPTION] The book itself does not a lot appear to be marked. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Studies in the Philosophy of Charles Sanders Peirce: Second Series [AUTHOR ROLE] One of Contributors [EDITORS] Moore, Edward C. and Richard S. Robin [PUBLISHER] The University of Massachusetts Press [PUB LOCATION] Amherst [DATE] 1964 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Charles Peirce [SUBJECTS] Logic, Probability, and Induction [SUBJECTS] Perception, Belief, and Pragmatism [SUBJECTS] Normative Science, Final Causation, and Evolution [SUBJECTS] Scientific Metaphysics, Realism, and the Categories [SUBJECTS] Charles Peirce's "One Contribution to Philosophy" and [SUBJECTS] His Most Serious Mistake by Hartshorne [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. But especially contains extensive margin notations and underlining in articles, "Peirce on Probability" by Edward H. Madden, "Peirce's Two Theories of Probability" by Arthur W. Bucks, "The True Nature of Peirce's Evolutionism" by Rulon Wells and "Peirce and Whitehead as Metaphysicians." Also contains notes on inside front and back covers. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Rorty and Pragmatism: The Philosophical Responds to His Critics [AUTHOR ROLE] One of Contributors [EDITORS] Saatkamp, Jr. Herman J. [PUBLISHER] Vanderbilt University Press [PUB LOCATION] Nashville & London [DATE] 1995 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Dewey [SUBJECTS] Pragmatism [SUBJECTS] Instrumentalism [SUBJECTS] Antirealism [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Especially includes words "false," "no" and mark "g" in the capter 9 "Philosophy and the Future" by Richard Rorty. Also contains notes on inside back covers. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK}

[TITLE] From Descartes to Kant: Readings in the Philosophy of the Renaissance and Enlightenment [EDITORS] Smith, T. V. and Marjorie Grene [PUBLISHER] The University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago [DATE] 1946 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Descartes [SUBJECTS] Hobbes [SUBJECTS] Spinoza [SUBJECTS] Leibniz [SUBJECTS] Newton [SUBJECTS] Locke [SUBJECTS] Berleley [SUBJECTS] Hume [SUBJECTS] Kant [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining throughout. Also contains notes on inside front covers.The inside front cover bears the name Hartshorne. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Jauch, J. M. [TITLE] Are Quanta Real? [EDITION] 2nd [PUBLISHER] Indiana University Press [PUB LOCATION] Bloomington: Indianapolis [DATE] 1989 [ORIG PUBLISHER] Geneva [ORIG PUB LOC] University of Geneva [ORIG DATE] 1971 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 24 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Also contains a handwritten review of the book on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] J. N. Findlay [TITLE] The Transcendence of the Cave [PUBLISHER] George Allen & Unwin Ltd./ Humanities Press Inc. [PUB LOCATION] London/ New York [DATE] 1967 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 25 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Reason and Spirt [SUBJECTS] Notions and Meanings [SUBJECTS] Values [SUBJECTS] Religion

[SUBJECTS] Soul [SUBJECTS] God [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] George, William H. [TITLE] The Scientist in Action [PUBLISHER] Emerson Books, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1938 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 25 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Scientific Research [SUBJECTS] The Scientific Theory [SUBJECTS] Experimental Research [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially contains major margin notations and underlining in chapter 4 "Scientific Observation." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Stratton, George Malcolm [TITLE] The Psychology of the Religious Life [PUBLISHER] George Allen & Company, Ltd. [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1911 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 25 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Feeling [SUBJECTS] Emotion [SUBJECTS] Action [SUBJECTS] The Notion of God [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout, especially in chapter 21-25 ("The Known and the Unknown God," "Divinity at Hand, and Afar Off," "The Idealizing Act," "Change and Permanence in the Ideal," and "Standards of Religion.") {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Bible of the World [EDITORS] Ballou, Robert [PUBLISHER] The Viking Press [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1939 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 25 [SUBJECTS] Hindu Scriptures [SUBJECTS] Buddisht Scriptures [SUBJECTS] Confucianist Scriptures [SUBJECTS] Taoist Scriptures [SUBJECTS] Zoroastrian Scriptures

[SUBJECTS] Judeo-Christian Scriptures [SUBJECTS] The Apocryphal New Testament [SUBJECTS] Mohammedan Scriptures [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside back cover. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears the name Hartshorne. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Schurr, Adolf [TITLE] Die Begundung der Philosophie durch Anselm von Canterbury [PUBLISHER] W. Kohlhammer Verlag [PUB LOCATION] Stuttgart Berlin Koln Mainz [DATE] 1966 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 25 [SUBJECTS] Veraussetzung, Begriff und Rechtfertigung der Reflexion [SUBJECTS] Der methodische Ansatz [SUBJECTS] Explikation des ontologischen Arguments [SUBJECTS] Kritik am ontologischen Argument [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. [DESCRIPTION] The book itself does not appear to be marked. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Scholem, Gershom G. [TITLE] Major Trends in Jewish Mysticism [PUBLISHER] Schocken Books [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1941 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 25 [SUBJECTS] Jewish Mysticism [SUBJECTS] Hasidism [SUBJECTS] Abraham Abulafia [SUBJECTS] Zohar [SUBJECTS] Isaac Luria [SUBJECTS] Sabbatianism [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears the name Hartshorne and the publication date. Also includes one page handwritten note. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Philosophy of Georg Henrik von Wright [EDITORS] Schilpp, Paul Arthur and Lewis Edwin Hahn [PUBLISHER] Open Court [PUB LOCATION] La Salle, IL [DATE] 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 25 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Some titles are cheched and underlined. Those books are :The Philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead (1941), The Philosophy of Sarvepalli

Radhakrishna (1952), The Philosophy of C. I. Lewis (1968), The Philosophy of Karl Popper (1974), The Philosophy of Georg Henrik von Wright (1989), and The Philosophy of Charles Hartshorne. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's "Von Wright and Hume's Axiom." {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Life in the Universe [EDITORS] Billingham, John [PUBLISHER] The MIT Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, MA [DATE] 1982 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 25 [SUBJECTS] Slightly MarkedOrigin of Life [SUBJECTS] Life-Supporting Environments [SUBJECTS] Evolution of Complex Life in the Galaxy [SUBJECTS] Detectability of Technological Civilizations [DESCRIPTION] The text does not appear to be marked, but the inside titlepage has one page handwritten note. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Levi-Strauss, Claude [TITLE] Tristes Tropiques [AUTHOR ROLE] Translator [TRANSLATORS] Weightman, John and Doreen [PUBLISHER] Atheneum [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1978 [ORIG PUBLISHER] French [ORIG DATE] 1955 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 25 [SUBJECTS] Moderately MarkedCaduveo [SUBJECTS] Bororo [SUBJECTS] Nambikwara [SUBJECTS] Tupi-Kawahib [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining.Special interest in the chapter of "The Kyong." {BOOK} [TITLE] Book of Job [PUBLISHER] The Morland Press Ltd [PUB LOCATION] London [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 25 [SUBJECTS] A Version of Book of Job [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by G. K. Chesterton. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Laszlo, Ervin [TITLE] Beyond Skepticism and Realism: A Constructive Exploration of Husserlian and Whiteheadian Methods of Inquiry

[PUBLISHER] Martinus Nijhoff [PUB LOCATION] The Hague, Netherlands [DATE] 1966 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 25 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Scepticism and Realism [SUBJECTS] Reductionism [SUBJECTS] Phenomenological, Ontological and Linguistic Methods [SUBJECTS] The Principles of Sceptical Knowledge [SUBJECTS] The Principles of Realistic Knowledge [SUBJECTS] Principle of Verification [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Beginnings of Personhood: Inquiries into Medical Ethics. I [EDITORS] McCarthy, Donald G. [PUBLISHER] The Institute of Religion and Human Development [PUB LOCATION] Houston, Texas [DATE] 1973 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 25 [SUBJECTS] Moderately MarkedScientific Considerations [SUBJECTS] Philosophical Considerations [SUBJECTS] Interdisciplinary Dialogue [SUBJECTS] Clinical and Practical Considerations [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Gamwell, Franklin [TITLE] The Divine Good [PUBLISHER] HarperSanFrancisco [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 25 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Whiteheadian Ethics [SUBJECTS] Teleology and Nonteleology: Aristotle and Kant [SUBJECTS] Empirical Teleology: Alasdair MacIntyre [SUBJECTS] Transcendental Argument [SUBJECTS] Hermeneutical Teleology: Karl-Otto Apel [SUBJECTS] Theistic Teleology [SUBJECTS] Theism and Modern Moral Theory [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially major in the chapter on "Modernity and Moral Theory." Includes mark "y"[es] in margin notions. There is an attaching two-page handwritten letter from Hartshorne to Gamwell. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Fisch, Max

[TITLE] Classic American Philosophers [EDITORS] Fisch, Max H. [PUBLISHER] Appleton Century Crofts Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1951 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 25 [SUBJECTS] Heavily MarkedCharles Sanders Peirce [SUBJECTS] William James [SUBJECTS] Josiah Royce [SUBJECTS] George Santayana [SUBJECTS] John Dewey [SUBJECTS] Alfred North Whitehead [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. contains a word "exam" in the "Content." Also contains one page typewrtten memo presumably for teaching material. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Weissman, David [TITLE] Eternal Possibilities: A Neutral Ground for Meaning and Existence [PUBLISHER] Southern Illinois University Press [PUB LOCATION] Carbondale [DATE] 1977 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 25 [SUBJECTS] Moderately MarkedPlatonism in the Tractatus [SUBJECTS] Two Kinds of Possibility: Mterial and Eternal [SUBJECTS] Relations among Eternal Possibilities: The Nexus [SUBJECTS] Possibilities Instantiated: The Actual World [SUBJECTS] Carnap, Goodman, and Quine [SUBJECTS] The Representation of Possibilities in Language [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially major in the chapters on "Platonism in the Tractatus." Especially, there is an attaching two-page handwritten memo regarding Whiteheadian terminologies. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Husserl, Edmund [TITLE] Ideen zu einer weinan Phanomenologie und Phanomenologichen Philosophie [PUBLISHER] Halle a.d.S [PUB LOCATION] Verlag von Max Niemeyer [DATE] 1922 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 25 [SUBJECTS] Heavily MarkedWesen und Wesenserkenntnis [SUBJECTS] Die Phanomenologische Fundamentalbetrachtung [SUBJECTS] Bewusstfein und naturliche Wirklichkeit [SUBJECTS] Die Region des reinen Bewusstfeins [SUBJECTS] Die phanomenologifchen Reduktionen [SUBJECTS] Methodifche Vorerwagungen [SUBJECTS] Noefis und Noema

[SUBJECTS] Zur Problematic der noetifch-noematifchen Strukturen [SUBJECTS] Pahnomenologie der Vernunft [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Contains 6 pages of typewrtten paper, whose title is "Comments on Charles Hartshorne's Husserl and the Social Structure of Immediacy" and 9 pages of an untitled incomplete paper on Husserl. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Farber, Marvin [TITLE] The Foundation of Phenomenology: Edmund Husserl and the Quest for a Rigorous Science of Philosophy [PUBLISHER] Harvard University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, Massachusetts [DATE] 1943 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 25 [SUBJECTS] Heavily MarkedEdmund Husserl [SUBJECTS] Phenomenology [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Also contains minor notes on inside front cover.Also contains a copy of Dorion Cairns's article of "An Approach to Phenomenology." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Jaki, Stanley L. [TITLE] The Relevance of Physics [PUBLISHER] The University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago and London [DATE] 1966 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 25 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Also contains the 3 page review of the book on inside front and back covers. The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Benjamin Franklin (1 and 2) [EDITORS] Fleming, Thomas [PUBLISHER] Newsweek [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1972 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Chronlogy of Benjamin Franklin [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout.

{BOOK} [AUTHORS] Cell, Edward [TITLE] Language, Existence and God [PUBLISHER] Abingdon Press [PUB LOCATION] Nashville, New York [DATE] 1971 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Moore [SUBJECTS] Russell [SUBJECTS] Ayer [SUBJECTS] Wittgenstein [SUBJECTS] Wisdom [SUBJECTS] Oxford Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Tillich [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Bradley, Raymond and Swartz, Norman [TITLE] Possible Worlds: An Introduction to Logic and Its Philosophy [PUBLISHER] Hackett Publishing Company [PUB LOCATION] Indianapolis and Cambridge [DATE] 1979 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Heavily MarkedPossible Worlds [SUBJECTS] Propositions [SUBJECTS] Knowledge [SUBJECTS] The Science of Logic [SUBJECTS] Truth--Functional Propositional Logic [SUBJECTS] Modal Propositional Logic [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially major in the part on "Possible Worlds." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Smith, R. G. [TITLE] Martin Buber [PUBLISHER] John Knox Press [PUB LOCATION] Richmond, Virginia [DATE] 1967 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Martin Buber's Life, Thought, and Relation to Christianity [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. The inside front inside cover bears the previous owner's name and the date. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Varisco, Bernardino

[TITLE] Know Thyself [TRANSLATORS] Salvadori, Guglielmo [PUBLISHER] George Allen and Unwin [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1915 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Moderately MarkedThe First Principle [SUBJECTS] The Subject [SUBJECTS] Reality [SUBJECTS] Fact and Cognition [SUBJECTS] Thought [SUBJECTS] Unity and Multiplicity [SUBJECTS] The Absolute [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining.The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and specific date. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Bunge, Mario [TITLE] Method, Model and Matter [PUBLISHER] D. Reidel Publishing Company [PUB LOCATION] Dordrecht-Holland/ Boston MA [DATE] 1973 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Moderately MarkedScientific Method [SUBJECTS] Conceptual Models [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Wahl, Jean [TITLE] l'experience metaphysique [PUBLISHER] Flammarion [PUB LOCATION] Paris [DATE] 1965 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. [DESCRIPTION] Includes two page note. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Laguna, Grace A. de. [TITLE] On Existence and the Human World [PUBLISHER] Yale University Press [PUB LOCATION] New Haven and London [DATE] 1966 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies

[BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Moderately MarkedBeing and Existence [SUBJECTS] The Being of Man [SUBJECTS] The Human World [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Heart of Thoreau's Journals [EDITORS] Shepard, Odell [PUBLISHER] Houghton Mifflin Company [PUB LOCATION] Boston and New York [DATE] 1927 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front and back covers bear Hartshorne's name, couple of diagrams and some notes. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Heart of Emerson's Journals [EDITORS] Perry, Bliss [PUBLISHER] Houghton Mifflin Company [PUB LOCATION] Boston and New York [DATE] 1926 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Also contains extensive critical notes on inside back cover and index section. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Dean, William D. [TITLE] Love Before the Fall [PUBLISHER] The Westminster Press [PUB LOCATION] Philadelphia [DATE] 1976 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Slightly MarkedCommon Sense and Aesthetic Love [SUBJECTS] Western Theology and Aesthetic Love [SUBJECTS] Ethics and Aesthetic Love [SUBJECTS] Solitude and Aesthetic Love [SUBJECTS] Boredom and Aesthetic Love [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Scholz, Heinrich

[TITLE] Concise History of Logic [TRANSLATORS] Leidecker, Kurt F. [ORIG TITLE] Abriss der Geschichte der Logik [PUBLISHER] Philosophical Library [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1961 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Heavily MarkedTypes of Logic [SUBJECTS] The Classical Type of Formal Logic [SUBJECTS] The Modern Type of Formal Logic [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Boothe, Ben B. [TITLE] To Be or not to Be an S.O.B.: A Reaffirmation of Business Ethics [PUBLISHER] Hulme Publishing [PUB LOCATION] Fort Worth, Texas [DATE] 1979 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The book itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Kripke, Saul A. [TITLE] Naming and Necessity [PUBLISHER] Harvard University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, MA [DATE] 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Moderately MarkedA Series of Lectures at Princeton University [SUBJECTS] A Posteriori Truth and A Priori Truth [SUBJECTS] Mind-body [SUBJECTS] Necessity [SUBJECTS] Possible World [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Smith, Huston [TITLE] Forgotten Truth: The Primordial Tradition [PUBLISHER] Harper & Row [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1977 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Heavily MarkedReality [SUBJECTS] Selfhood [SUBJECTS] The Place of Science

[SUBJECTS] Hope [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throught, but heavily in the chapters on "The Place of Science" and "Hope, Yes: Progress, No." The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] von Handel, Paul [TITLE] Physik und Metaphysik [PUBLISHER] Muller & Kiepenheuer [PUB LOCATION] Verlag [DATE] 1947 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Moderately MarkedSchauende und analysierende Betachtung [SUBJECTS] Determinismus und Willensfreiheit [SUBJECTS] Die neuen Prinzipien [SUBJECTS] Klassische und neue Metaphysik [SUBJECTS] Gedanken und Probleme im Wandel der Zeit [SUBJECTS] Die Ganzheit im Nacheinander [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially major in the chapters on "Klassische und neue Metaphysik." Also contains minor notes on inside front and back covers. [DESCRIPTION] Special interest on the page of "99-103." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Pittenger, Norman [TITLE] After Death: Life in God [PUBLISHER] SCM Press Ltd [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Slightly MarkedDeath and After-life [SUBJECTS] Human Existence in Body and Mind [SUBJECTS] Resurrection and Risen Life [SUBJECTS] God as Recipient [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Renner, Hugo [TITLE] Kant und reine Philosophie [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Heisenberg, Werner [TITLE] Physics and Beyond: Encounters and Conversations

[PUBLISHER] Harper & Row [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1972 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Heavily MarkedQuantum Mechanics [SUBJECTS] Science and Religion [SUBJECTS] Kantian Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Language [SUBJECTS] Positivism [SUBJECTS] Unified Field Theory [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Also contains moderate notes and page numbers on inside back cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Jonathan Edwards: Basic Writings [EDITORS] Winslow, Ola Elizabeth [PUBLISHER] The New American Library [PUB LOCATION] New York and Toronto [DATE] 1966 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Special interest in the chapters of "Resolutions,"Personal Narrative, "Concerning the End for which God Created the World," and "The Nature of True Virtue." {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Kierkegaard, Soren [TITLE] Fear and Trembling/ The Sickness Unto Death [EDITORS] L [TRANSLATORS] Lowrie, Walter [PUBLISHER] Doubleday Anchor Books [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1954 [ORIG PUBLISHER] Princeton [ORIG PUB LOC] Princeton University Press [ORIG DATE] 1941 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Moderately MarkedFear and Trembling [SUBJECTS] Sickness unto Death [SUBJECTS] Despair [SUBJECTS] Continuation of Sin [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears the previous owner's name. Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The World's Best Poetry vol. 4 Poems of the Highter Life [EDITORS] Carman, Bliss [PUBLISHER] The University Society Inc.

[PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1904 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Moderately MarkedThe Divine Element [SUBJECTS] Prayer and Aspiration [SUBJECTS] Faith, Hope, Love, and Service [SUBJECTS] Sabbath, Worship, and Creed [SUBJECTS] Human Experience [SUBJECTS] Death, Immortality, and Heaven [DESCRIPTION] Introductory essay by Washington Gladden. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. Also contains extensive notes on inside front and back covers. The inside front cover bears the previous owners name and the date. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Moore, G. E. [TITLE] Some Main Problems of Philosophy [PUBLISHER] Collier Books [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1966 [ORIG PUB LOC] Berne Convention [ORIG DATE] 1953 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Heavily MarkedHume [SUBJECTS] Space and Time [SUBJECTS] Imagination and Memory [SUBJECTS] Proposition [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout, especially from 161 to 412. Special interest in the chapters of "Existence in Space," "Existence in Time, and "The Notion of Infinity." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] St. Augustine [TITLE] Of True Religion [PUBLISHER] Henry Regnery Company [PUB LOCATION] Chicago [DATE] 1968 [ORIG PUBLISHER] Philadelphia and London [ORIG PUB LOC] Westminster Press and S.C.M. Press [ORIG DATE] 1953 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Louis O. Mink. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout, including Mink's Essay. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside back cover. {THESIS} [AUTHORS] Lee, Sung-Hee

[TITLE] Der Ontologishe Gottesbweis von Anselm von Canterbury [PUBLISHER] Tubingen Universitat [PUB LOCATION] Tubingen [DATE] 1983 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Karl Barth [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne [SUBJECTS] Anselm [SUBJECTS] Ontologischen Arguments [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining, especially in the [DESCRIPTION] second part of thesis. Also contains minor notes on front cover. The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {THESIS} [AUTHORS] Vitali, Theodore Raymond [TITLE] Hartshorne's Model for Neoclassical Metaphysics [PUBLISHER] Saint Louis University [PUB LOCATION] St. Louis, Missouri [DATE] 1976 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 26 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Peirce and Whitehead [SUBJECTS] Nature of and Methodology in Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] Epistemology [SUBJECTS] Event-pluralism [SUBJECTS] Creative Synthetic Experience [SUBJECTS] The Dipolar Theism [SUBJECTS] Ontological Argument [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on title page. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Ferm, Vergilius [TITLE] First Adventures in Philosophy [PUBLISHER] Charles Scribner's Sons [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1936 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Religion, Theology, and Philosophy [SUBJECTS] One or Many [SUBJECTS] Idealism [SUBJECTS] Materialism [SUBJECTS] Dynamism [SUBJECTS] Neutralism [SUBJECTS] Mechanism and Vitalism

[SUBJECTS] Sour-Mind [SUBJECTS] Hume [SUBJECTS] Kant [DESCRIPTION] The book itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears an inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Heimann, Eduard [TITLE] Freedom and Order: Lessons from the War [PUBLISHER] Charles Scribner's Sons [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1947 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Nazism [SUBJECTS] Socialism and Democracy [SUBJECTS] Power [SUBJECTS] Freedom and Order [SUBJECTS] The Ethics and Religions of the Rival [SUBJECTS] Fundamentals [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. [DESCRIPTION] Special interest in the chapters on "Crisis of Democracy" and "Freedom and Order." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Gross, Anthony [TITLE] Lincoln's Own Stories [PUBLISHER] Garden City Publishing Co., Inc [PUB LOCATION] Garden City, New York [DATE] 1912 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Biography of Abraham Lincoln [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Aurobindo, Sri [TITLE] The Chariot of Jagannatha [TRANSLATORS] Arabinda Basu [PUBLISHER] Sri Aurobindo Ashram [PUB LOCATION] Pondicherry, India [DATE] 1972 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Chariot of Jagannatha [SUBJECTS] The Aryan Ideal and the Three Gunas

[SUBJECTS] Hirobumi Ito [SUBJECTS] The Ideal of Forgiveness [DESCRIPTION] The book itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the translator. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Peacock, Thomas Love [TITLE] Nightmare Abbey Crotchet Castle [EDITORS] Wright, Raymond [PUBLISHER] Penguin Books [PUB LOCATION] Middlesex, England [DATE] 1969 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Editor's Introduction.Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside back cover. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Thoreau, Henry David [TITLE] Walden (or) Life in the Woods [EDITORS] Byron Rees [PUBLISHER] The Macmillan Company [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1912 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Edited with introduction and notes by Byron Rees. Contains minor margin notations and underlining. Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and page number. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] McKeon, Richard [TITLE] Introduction to Aristotle [EDITORS] Richard McKeon [PUBLISHER] The Modern Library [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1947 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Logic [SUBJECTS] Physics [SUBJECTS] Psychology and Biology [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] Ethics [SUBJECTS] Politics

[SUBJECTS] Rhetoric and Poetics [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside back cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lyon, Quinter Marcellus [TITLE] The Great Religions [PUBLISHER] The Odyssey Press [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1957 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Ancient Religions [SUBJECTS] India's Religions [SUBJECTS] Oriental Religions [SUBJECTS] Zoroastrianism [SUBJECTS] The Religion of Israel [SUBJECTS] Hebrew-Christian Scriptures [SUBJECTS] Islam [SUBJECTS] Philosophy [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Special Interest in the section of "The Jainist Protest." {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Philosophy of Religion [EDITORS] Cahn, Steven M. [PUBLISHER] Harper & Row [PUB LOCATION] New York; Evanston; London [DATE] 1970 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Attributes of God [SUBJECTS] The Language of Religion Discourse [SUBJECTS] Religious Experience [SUBJECTS] Faith and Reason [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in the part of "the Attributes of God." {BOOK} [TITLE] Field Guide to Birds of North America [PUBLISHER] The National Geographic Society [PUB LOCATION] Washington, D. C. [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Specially includes extensive marginal notes from inside cover to 42page. [DESCRIPTION] Special interest in Wood Thrush and Hermit Thrush.

{BOOK} [AUTHORS] Schumacher, John A. [TITLE] Human Posture: Nature of Inquiry [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany [DATE] 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Mind-body [SUBJECTS] Sensuality and the Panopticon [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Thorpe, W. H. [TITLE] Purpose in a World of Chance: A Biologist's View [PUBLISHER] Oxford University Press [PUB LOCATION] Oxford; London; New York [DATE] 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The World of Matter [SUBJECTS] Living Mechanisms [SUBJECTS] Life as Purposive [SUBJECTS] Problems of Consciousness [SUBJECTS] The Primacy of Mind in Nature [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Bonhoeffer, Dietrich [TITLE] Act and Being [TRANSLATORS] Bernard Noble [ORIG TITLE] Akt und Sein [PUBLISHER] Harper & Brothers [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1961 [ORIG PUBLISHER] Christian Kaiser Verlag [ORIG PUB LOC] Munich [ORIG DATE] 1956 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Dasein [SUBJECTS] Revelation [SUBJECTS] Being in Christ [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lamiell, James T. [TITLE] The Psychology of Personality [PUBLISHER] Columbia University Press [PUB LOCATION] New York

[DATE] 1987 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Epistemology [SUBJECTS] Psychology of Personality [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears the year of publication of book. [DESCRIPTION] Frequent notations in the chapternon "Re-Cognizing Basic Personality Research." {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Experience, Existence and God: Essays in Honor of Paul Weiss [EDITORS] Lieb, Irwin C. [PUBLISHER] Southern Illinois University Press [PUB LOCATION] Carbondale, Illinois [DATE] 1961 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly MarkedExperience [SUBJECTS] Existence [SUBJECTS] The Good [DESCRIPTION] The text does not appear to be marked, but front cover bears publication year note, and book contains Hartshorne's article, "Man in Nature." {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] An Encyclopedia of Religion [EDITORS] Vergilius Ferm [PUBLISHER] The Philosophical Library [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1945 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. Also contains extensive notes on inside front and back covers. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Einstein Myth and the Ives Papers: A Counter-Revolution in Physics [EDITORS] Dean Turner and Richard Hazelett [PUBLISHER] The Devin-Adair Company [PUB LOCATION] Old Greenwich, Connecticut [DATE] 1979 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author.

{BOOK} [TITLE] Veery [DATE] 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the front cover bears name, "Jan, Emily." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Galvan, Robert Rene [TITLE] Meteors [PUBLISHER] Lux Nova Editions [DATE] 1997 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author and some note. [DESCRIPTION] Contains a dedictatory poem for Charles Hartshorne, "Diving into the Swimming Hole near the Covered Bridge." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Konakis, Gregory [TITLE] Elaborations [PUBLISHER] A Self-Published Book [DATE] 1995 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor notes on inside front cover.The text itself does not appear to be marked. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Transcendence [EDITORS] Richardson, Herbert W. and Donald R. Cutler [PUBLISHER] Beacon [PUB LOCATION] Boston [DATE] 1969 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Moderately MarkedThe Reach and the Grasp, Huston Smith [SUBJECTS] Education for Transcendence, Michael Murphy [SUBJECTS] Manifesto for a Dionysian Theology, Sam Keen [SUBJECTS] Feasibility and Fantasy: Sources of Social Transcendence, Harvey Cox [SUBJECTS] The Loss of the Stable State, Donald A. Schon [SUBJECTS] Transcendence in Contemporary Piety, Robert N. Bellah [SUBJECTS] Three Myths of Transcendence, Herbert W. Richardson [SUBJECTS] On the Meaning of God: Transcendence Without Mythology, Godern D.

Kaufmann [SUBJECTS] Transcendence in Contemporary Culture, Emil L. Fackenheim [SUBJECTS] Transcendence and Cosmic Consciousness, Henry Nelson Wieman [SUBJECTS] Divine Absoluteness and Divine Relativity, Charles Hartshorne [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Divine Absoluteness and Divine Relativity." [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Clark, John Ruskin [TITLE] The Great Living System: New Answers from the Sciences to Old Religious Questions [PUBLISHER] The Boxwood Press [PUB LOCATION] Pacific Grove, CA [DATE] 1977 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly MarkedQuestions that matter most [SUBJECTS] The Great Living System [SUBJECTS] The Unfinished Animal [SUBJECTS] The Search for Hidden Reality [SUBJECTS] The Knowledge of Good and Evil [SUBJECTS] Morale for Meaningful Living [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Ritter, Thomas, J. [TITLE] Say No to Circumcision! [PUBLISHER] 1992 [PUB LOCATION] Hourglass Book Publishing [DATE] 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Foreword by Ashley Monagu. [DESCRIPTION] The title page includes an express, "It made trouble for me and my wife, C. H." Front pape contains minor note, but the text itself does not appear to be marked. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Berlin, Isaiah [TITLE] Personal Impressions [PUBLISHER] The Viking Press [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining.The inside

front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author and moderate notes. The front cover has a note, "Present from Jim Berlin, a very valuable one. What a superb writer, and wise, Berlin!." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lanier, Sidney [TITLE] Selected Poems of Sidney Lanier [PUBLISHER] Charles Scribner's Son [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1947 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Preface by Stark Young. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Also contains extensive notes on inside front and back covers. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Walker, Theodore, Jr. [TITLE] Empower the People: Social Ethics for the African-American Church [PUBLISHER] Orbis Books [PUB LOCATION] Maryknoll [DATE] 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Moderately MarkedSocial Ethics [SUBJECTS] Black Theology [SUBJECTS] Freedom [SUBJECTS] Righteousness [SUBJECTS] Power [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially major in the chapters on "Freedom as Empowerment" and "Power to the People." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Sherburne, Donald [TITLE] Key to Whitehead's Process and Reality [PUBLISHER] The MacMillan Company [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1966 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Heavily MarkedThe Actual Entity [SUBJECTS] The Formative Elements [SUBJECTS] The Phases of Concrescence [SUBJECTS] Nexus and the Macrocosmic [SUBJECTS] Perception [SUBJECTS] Whitehead and Other Philosophers [SUBJECTS] God and the World

[DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Clarke, D.S. [TITLE] Principles of Semiotic [PUBLISHER] Routledge & Kegan Paul [PUB LOCATION] London and New York [DATE] 1987 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly MarkedHistory of Semiotic [SUBJECTS] Natural Signs [SUBJECTS] Communication [SUBJECTS] Language [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Quine, Willard Van Orman [TITLE] From a Logical Point of View [PUBLISHER] Harvard University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, MA [DATE] 1953 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Heavily MarkedEmpiricism [SUBJECTS] Linguistics [SUBJECTS] Mathematical Logic [SUBJECTS] Modality [SUBJECTS] Meaning and Existential Inference [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Special note on page 46. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Werkmeister, W. H. [TITLE] Kant: The Architectonic and Development of His Philosophy [PUBLISHER] Open Court [PUB LOCATION] LaSalle and London [DATE] 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Mathematics and the Construction of Concepts [SUBJECTS] A Period of Transition [SUBJECTS] The Inaugural Dissertation and After [SUBJECTS] The Argument in the Three Critiques [SUBJECTS] Natural Science and the Opus Postumum [SUBJECTS] The Foundations of Morals [SUBJECTS] An "As If" Solution [SUBJECTS] The Highest Form of Transcendental Philosophy

[DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Also contains extensive critical notes on inside front and back covers. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Leiber, Justin [TITLE] Can Animals and Machines Be Persons?: A Dialogue [PUBLISHER] Hackett Publishing Company, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] Indianapolis, Indiana [DATE] 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Cobb, John B., Jr. and David Ray Griffin [TITLE] Process Theology: An Introductory Exposition [PUBLISHER] The Westminster Press [PUB LOCATION] Philadelphia [DATE] 1976 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Heavily MarkedBasic Concepts of Process Philosphy [SUBJECTS] Doctrinal Beliefs and Christian Existence [SUBJECTS] God as Creative-Responsive Love [SUBJECTS] A Theology of Nature [SUBJECTS] Human Existence [SUBJECTS] Jesus Christ [SUBJECTS] Eschatology [SUBJECTS] The Church in Creative Transformation [SUBJECTS] The Global Crisis and a Theology of Survival [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription.Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially includes mark "y"[es] in margin notations. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Puglisi, Mario [TITLE] Prayer [TRANSLATORS] Bernard M. Allen [PUBLISHER] New York [PUB LOCATION] The MacMillan Company [DATE] 1929 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly MarkedPhenomenology of Prayer [SUBJECTS] Meaning and Value of Prayer [SUBJECTS] Prayer in the Religious Life of To-day {BOOK} [TITLE] Merrian-Webster's Pocket Dictionary [PUBLISHER] Merriam-Webster, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] Springfield, MA

[DATE] 1995 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 27 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. Also contains moderate notes and page numbers on inside back cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Passmore, John [TITLE] A Hundred Years of Philosophy [EDITION] 2nd [PUBLISHER] Penguin Books Ltd. [PUB LOCATION] Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England [DATE] 1972 [ORIG PUB LOC] Duckworth [ORIG DATE] 1957 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] John Stuart Mill [SUBJECTS] Moore and Russell [SUBJECTS] Cook Wilson [SUBJECTS] Wittgenstein [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Also contains extensive notes on inside front and back covers. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Anderson, C. Alan [TITLE] The Problem is God: The Selection and Care of Your Personal God [PUBLISHER] Stillpoint Publishing [PUB LOCATION] Walpole, New Hampshire [DATE] 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Freedom and Determinism [SUBJECTS] The Problem of Evil [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Wolf-Gazo, Ernest [TITLE] Whitehead: Einfuhrung in seine Kosmologies [PUBLISHER] Verlag Karl Alber Freiburg [PUB LOCATION] Munchen [DATE] 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Zur Grundstruktur der Whiteheadschen Kosmologie, Ernest WolfGazo

[SUBJECTS] Das metaphysische System Whiteheads, Charles Hartshorne [SUBJECTS] Whiteheads Abkehr von der Substanzmetaphysik, Gernot Bohme [SUBJECTS] Uber Whiteheads Atomistik der Ereignisse, Walter Jung [SUBJECTS] Uber die Notwendigkeit, zur Philosophie der Natur zuruckzukehren, Ivor Leclerc [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining.Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Birch, Charles [TITLE] A Purpose for Everything [PUBLISHER] Twenty-Third Publications [PUB LOCATION] Mystic, CT [DATE] 1990 [ORIG PUBLISHER] Kensington, New South Wales, Australia [ORIG PUB LOC] the new South Wales University Press [ORIG DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Purpose in Human Life [SUBJECTS] Purpose in Nature [SUBJECTS] Purpose in the Universe [SUBJECTS] Cosmic Purpose [SUBJECTS] Purpose and Progress [SUBJECTS] Dismantling the Tower of Babel [SUBJECTS] New Wine in New Bottles [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in Introduction. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Dombrowski, Daniel [TITLE] The Philosophy of Vegetarianism [PUBLISHER] The University of Massachusetts Press [PUB LOCATION] Amherst [DATE] 1984 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Golden Age [SUBJECTS] The Pythagoreans [SUBJECTS] Socrates through Theophrastus [SUBJECTS] The Hellenistic Era, the Romans, and Plutarch [SUBJECTS] The Neoplatonists [SUBJECTS] Arete, Rorty, and Hartshorne [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Ruyer, Raymond [TITLE] La Gnose de Princeton [PUBLISHER] Fayard [DATE] 1974 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies

[BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Pittenger, Norman [TITLE] Catholic Faith in a Process Perspective [PUBLISHER] Orbis Books [PUB LOCATION] Maryknoll [DATE] 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Evil [SUBJECTS] Suffering and Love [SUBJECTS] Prayer [SUBJECTS] Christology [SUBJECTS] Injustice and Liberation [SUBJECTS] Whitehead and Catholicism [DESCRIPTION] The book itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. Also contains a postcard from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Niebuhr, Reinhold [TITLE] Moral Man and Immoral Society [PUBLISHER] Charles Scribner's Sons and Charles Scribner's Sons [PUB LOCATION] New York and London [DATE] 1942 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Man and Society [SUBJECTS] Individual [SUBJECTS] Morality of Nations [SUBJECTS] Justice [SUBJECTS] Politics [SUBJECTS] Social Morality [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears the previous owner's name and the date. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Peters, H. Eugene [TITLE] The Creative Advance: An Introduction to Process Philosophy as a Context for Christian Faith [PUBLISHER] The Bethany Press [PUB LOCATION] St. Louis, Missouri [DATE] 1966

[LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] One and Many [SUBJECTS] The Philosophy of Organism [SUBJECTS] Divine Dipolarity [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. [DESCRIPTION] Includes a comment by Charles Hartshorne. {THESIS} [AUTHORS] Michael, Chester Paul [TITLE] A Comparison of the God-talk of Thomas Aquinas and Charles Hartshorne [PUBLISHER] St. Mary's Seminary and University [PUB LOCATION] Baltimore, Maryland [DATE] 1974 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] God-Talk in Thomas Aquinas [SUBJECTS] The Neo-classical Theism of Hartshorne [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside back cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Evolution of Science [EDITORS] Metraux, Guy S. and Crouzet, Francois [PUBLISHER] The New American Library of World Literature, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1963 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Origins of Science: Prehistory and Antiquity [SUBJECTS] The Development of Science: The Middle Ages [SUBJECTS] Science, Religion, Humanism [SUBJECTS] Modern Science [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially major in the articles on Pierre Auger's "Structure and Complexity of the Universe" and H. Margenau and J. E. Smith's "Philosophy of Physical Science in the Twentieth Century." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Brown, Delwin [TITLE] To Set at Liberty [PUBLISHER] Orbis Books [PUB LOCATION] Maryknoll [DATE] 1981 [ORIG PUBLISHER] New York

[LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Question of Freedom [SUBJECTS] The Lure Toward Freedom [SUBJECTS] The Denial of Freedom: An Understanding of Sin [SUBJECTS] The Confirmation of Freedom: An Understanding of Christ [SUBJECTS] The Future of Freedom: An Understanding of Salvation [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author and some notes. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Sagan, Carl [TITLE] Broca's Brain [PUBLISHER] Ballantine Books [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1979 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Science and Human Concern [SUBJECTS] The Paradoxers: Velikovsky, Norman Bloom [SUBJECTS] The Amniotic Universe [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Weiss, Paul [TITLE] Philosophy in Process [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany, New York [DATE] 1987 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The book itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Martin, R. M. [TITLE] Whitehead's Categorial Scheme and Other Papers [PUBLISHER] Martinus Nijhoff [PUB LOCATION] The Hague, Netherlands [DATE] 1974 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Hartshorne [SUBJECTS] The Whiteheadian God [SUBJECTS] The Theory of Extensive Connection [SUBJECTS] Abstractie Hierarchies

[SUBJECTS] Pragmatic Protogeometry [SUBJECTS] Mathematics and the Good [SUBJECTS] Ontological Argument [SUBJECTS] Bochenski's Logic of Religious Discourse [SUBJECTS] Gurwitsch's Theory if Intentionality [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Morris, Randall [TITLE] Process Philosophy and Political Ideology [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany [DATE] 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Process and Politics [SUBJECTS] Freedom and Causality [SUBJECTS] The Individual and Society [SUBJECTS] Freedom, Equality, and the Ideal of Democracy [SUBJECTS] Coercive Force [SUBJECTS] Process Philosophy and Social Development [SUBJECTS] Political Theology [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears critical notes on the book. Also contains five page's Hartshorne's anwer to Randall Morris. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lange, Heinrich [TITLE] Geshichte der Grundlagen der Physik Band I: Die formalen Grundlagen: Zeit, Raum, Kausalitat [PUBLISHER] Verlag Karl Alber Freiburg [PUB LOCATION] Munchen [DATE] 1954 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Die Logik der Grenzbestimmung als Grundlage der Philosophie der Physik [SUBJECTS] zeit--Raum--Kausalitat in der Entwicklung der Physikalischen Forschung [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in the "Einfuhrung." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lash, Nicholas [TITLE] A Matter of Hope: A Theologian's Reflections on the Thought of Kark Marx [PUBLISHER] University of Notre Dame Press

[PUB LOCATION] Notre Dame [DATE] Indiana [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Marx [SUBJECTS] Hegel [SUBJECTS] Feuerbach [SUBJECTS] The Criticism of Religion [SUBJECTS] Scientific Marxism: Problems of Method [SUBJECTS] Utopia, Hope and Revolution [SUBJECTS] Optimism, Eschatology and the Form of the Future [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in the chapter on "Optimism, Eschatology and the Form of the Future." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Corrington, Robert S. [TITLE] Nature and Spirit: An Essay in Ecstatic Naturalism [PUBLISHER] Fordham University Press [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Human Process [SUBJECTS] The Signs of Community [SUBJECTS] Worldhood [SUBJECTS] The Divine Natures [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive critical 5 page handwritten notes on inside front cover. Contains remarks on Santayana on the name index section. The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Ogden, Schubert [TITLE] The Point of Christology [PUBLISHER] Harper & Row [PUB LOCATION] San Francisco [DATE] 1982 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Problem of a Revisionary Christology [SUBJECTS] The Question Christology Answers [SUBJECTS] The Subject of the Christological Assertion [SUBJECTS] The Conditions of Asserting a Christological Predicate [SUBJECTS] The Quest for Freedom and the Witness of the Apostles [SUBJECTS] Jesus Who Is Said to Be Christ [SUBJECTS] God Who Gives Us the Victory through Our Lord Jesus Christ

[SUBJECTS] The Freedom We Have in Christ Jesus [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Agar, W. E. [TITLE] A Contribution of the Theory of the Living Organism [PUBLISHER] Melbourne University Press [PUB LOCATION] Carlton, Victoria, Australia [DATE] 1951 [ORIG DATE] 1943 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Unity of Organism [SUBJECTS] The Organism as a Psychophysical System [SUBJECTS] Animal Behaviour in Terms of Perception [SUBJECTS] Embryonic Development [SUBJECTS] Evolution [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Wojtyla, Cardinal Karol [TITLE] The Acting Person [TRANSLATORS] Andrzej Potocki [PUBLISHER] D. Reidel Publishing Company [PUB LOCATION] Dordrecht, Holland/ Boston, MA/ London, England [DATE] 1979 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Consciousness and Efficacy [SUBJECTS] The Transcendence of the Person in the Action [SUBJECTS] The Integration of the Person in the Action [SUBJECTS] Participation [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on "analytical table of contents." [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Plochman, George Kimball [TITLE] Richard McKeon: A Study [PUBLISHER] The University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago and London [DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked

[SUBJECTS] McKeon [SUBJECTS] Plato [SUBJECTS] Aristotle [SUBJECTS] Kant [SUBJECTS] Rhetorics [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains one page critical notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Rorty, Richard [TITLE] Objectivity, Relativism, and Truth [PUBLISHER] Cambridge University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, England [DATE] 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Solidarity or Objectivity [SUBJECTS] Pragmatism [SUBJECTS] Hesse and Davidson [SUBJECTS] Postmodernism [SUBJECTS] Clifford Geertz [SUBJECTS] Jean-Francois Lyotard [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Ogden, Schubert M. [TITLE] The Reality of God and Other Essays [PUBLISHER] Harper & Row [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1966 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Reality of God [SUBJECTS] Theology and Objectivity [SUBJECTS] Myth and Truth [SUBJECTS] The Strange Witness of Unbelief [SUBJECTS] The Temporality of God [SUBJECTS] What Sense Does It Make to Say, "God Acts in History?" [SUBJECTS] What Does It Mean to Affirm, "Jesus Christ Is Lord?" [SUBJECTS] The Promise of Faith [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout.

{BOOK} [AUTHORS] Kane, R. [TITLE] Free Will and Values [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany, New York [DATE] 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Free Will [SUBJECTS] Indeterminism and Power [SUBJECTS] Reativism [SUBJECTS] Empiricism [SUBJECTS] Morality [SUBJECTS] Values, Relativity, Ethics, Politics [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains positive notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] Contains a seperate note from the author in order to ask for evaluating the book. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] God and Time (in Japanese) [ORIG TITLE] Omnipotence and other Theological Mistakes [PUB LOCATION] Tokyo, Japan [DATE] 1984 [ORIG PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [ORIG PUB LOC] Albany [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [DESCRIPTION] A Japanese translation of Omnipotence and other Theological Mistakes . {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Philosophy in the Middle Ages [EDITORS] Hyman, Arthur and James J. Walsh [PUBLISHER] Hackett Publishing Company [PUB LOCATION] Indianapolis [DATE] 1973 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Early Medieval Christian Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Islamic Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Jewish Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Latin Philosophy in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Century [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in the section of "Jewish Philosophy." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Davies, P. C. W.

[TITLE] Physics of Time Asymmetry [PUBLISHER] University of California Press [PUB LOCATION] Berkeley and Los Angeles [DATE] 1977 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Concept of Time [SUBJECTS] Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics [SUBJECTS] The Reversibility Objections [SUBJECTS] Thermodynamics and Cosmology [SUBJECTS] Electromagnetic Waves [SUBJECTS] Time Asymmetry in Quantum Mechanics [SUBJECTS] Worlds without End? [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front and back covers. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Peut-on se passer de Metaphysique? [EDITORS] Bissienes, Rene [PUBLISHER] Presses Universitaires de France [DATE] 1954 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lucas, J. R. [TITLE] The Future [PUBLISHER] Basil Blackwell [PUB LOCATION] Oxford, UK [DATE] 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Time and Reality [SUBJECTS] Foreknowledge and Freedom [SUBJECTS] Truth [SUBJECTS] Logic [SUBJECTS] The Vulnerability of God [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside back cover bears critical remarks on the book. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lee, Sang Hyun [TITLE] The Philosophical Theology of Jonathan Edwards [PUBLISHER] Princeton University Press [PUB LOCATION] Princeton, New Jersey [DATE] 1988 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies

[BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] The Idea of Habit [SUBJECTS] Being as Habit [SUBJECTS] Being as Relational and Dynamic [SUBJECTS] Imagination as the Habit of Mind [SUBJECTS] Imagination as Aesthetic Sense [SUBJECTS] The Increasing Fullness of the Divine Being [SUBJECTS] God and the Becoming of the World [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Especially, contains an attaching five-page handwritten Hartshorne's book review of the book. This review was published in Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 26, no.2 (1990): 249-52. {MULTIVOLUME BOOK} [TITLE] Writings of Charles Sanders Peirce: Chronological Edition, Volume I 1857-1866 [SERIES TITLE] Writings of Charles Sanders Peirce: A Chronological Edition [EDITORS] Max H. Fisch [VOLUME] 1 [PUBLISHER] Indiana University Press [PUB LOCATION] Bloomington [DATE] 1982 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Three Essays on Infinity and God [SUBJECTS] On the Logic of Science [SUBJECTS] The Logic of Science; or, Induction and Hypothesis [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears minor Hartshorne's note. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Haught, John F. [TITLE] The Cosmic Adventure: Science, Religion & the Quest for Purpose [PUBLISHER] Paulist Press [PUB LOCATION] New York/ Ramsey [DATE] 1984 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 28 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] The Problem of Nature and Purpose [SUBJECTS] Materialism [SUBJECTS] Mind in Nature [SUBJECTS] Matter and Life [SUBJECTS] Causation and Cosmic Purpose [SUBJECTS] Permanence and Perishing [SUBJECTS] Science and Religious Symbolism [SUBJECTS] Christianity and the Cosmos [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in the chapters on "Mind in Nature" and "Matter and Life."

[DESCRIPTION] Contains an attaching one-page dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Gunton, Colin E. [TITLE] Becoming and Being:The Doctrine of God in Charles Hartshorne and Karl Barth [PUBLISHER] Oxford University Press [PUB LOCATION] Oxford [DATE] 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Heavily MarkedThe Rejection of Classical Theism [SUBJECTS] A Dipolar Doctrine of God [SUBJECTS] A Monism and Analogy of Becoming [SUBJECTS] From Analogy to Proof [SUBJECTS] The Becoming of God in Barth's Theology [SUBJECTS] The Being of God: the Triunity of God [SUBJECTS] The Being of God: Appropriation and Analogous Predication [SUBJECTS] Analogy and Futurity in Karl Barth's Theology [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Contains some mark "y"[es] and many word "no" in margin notations. The inside back cover conatains minor note. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Code, Murray [TITLE] Order and Organism: Steps to a Whiteheadian Philosophy of Mathematics & the Natural Sciences [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany [DATE] 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Heavily MarkedMathematics and Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Zeno's Paradoxes [SUBJECTS] Science, Mathematics, and Reality [SUBJECTS] Physical Science [SUBJECTS] The Model of Organism in Physical Science [SUBJECTS] Mathematics and Necessity [SUBJECTS] Whiteheadian Philosophy of Mathematics [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Also contains extensive notes on inside front cover. Includes a lot of marks "y"[es] in margin notations. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Wallack, F. Bradford [TITLE] The Epochal Nature of Process in Whitehead's Metaphysics [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany [DATE] 1980

[LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Actual Entity [SUBJECTS] Prehension [SUBJECTS] Potentiality [SUBJECTS] Process [SUBJECTS] Becoming and Perishing [SUBJECTS] The Extensive Continuum of Occasions [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in the chapter on "The Actual Entity." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Davis, William H. [TITLE] Peirce's Epistemology [PUBLISHER] Martinus Nijhoff [PUB LOCATION] The Hague, Netherlands [DATE] 1972 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Inference [SUBJECTS] Hypothesis or Abduction [SUBJECTS] Fallibilism [SUBJECTS] Concrete Reasonableness [SUBJECTS] The Cartesian Circle [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Rogers and Baird [TITLE] Introduction to Philosophy: A Case Study Approach [EDITORS] Jack B. Rogers and Forrest E. Baird [PUBLISHER] Harper & Row [PUB LOCATION] San Francisco [DATE] 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Slightly MarkedSocrates [SUBJECTS] Aristotle [SUBJECTS] Augustine [SUBJECTS] Anselm and Aquinas [SUBJECTS] Descartes [SUBJECTS] Hume [SUBJECTS] Kant [SUBJECTS] Kierkegaard [SUBJECTS] Marx [SUBJECTS] James [SUBJECTS] Whitehead [SUBJECTS] Wittgenstein [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Denny, Frederick Mathewson

[TITLE] An Introduction to Islam [PUBLISHER] Macmillan Publishing Company/ Collier Macmillan Publishers [PUB LOCATION] New York/ London [DATE] 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Religion and Common Life in the Pre-Islamic Near East [SUBJECTS] The Coming of Islam: The Prophet, His People, and God's Religion [SUBJECTS] Doctrine, Law, and the Religious Sciences in Islam [SUBJECTS] The Sufi Way of Mysticism and Fellowship [SUBJECTS] Patterns of Islamic Personal and Communal Life [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, especially in the chapter on "The Basic Beliefs and Duties of Islam." [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] The Philosophy and Psychology of Sensation [PUBLISHER] The University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago, Illinois [DATE] 1934 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Two Theories of Sensation [SUBJECTS] An Unscientific Hypothesis [SUBJECTS] The Deadlock in Contemporary Philosophy [SUBJECTS] The Conflict of Opinions in Psychology [SUBJECTS] Dualism in Aesthetics [SUBJECTS] The Dimensions of Experience [SUBJECTS] The Dimensions of Sensation [SUBJECTS] Sensation and Environment [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in the chapter on "Dualism in Aesthetics." {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Santayana, George [TITLE] Persons and Places: Fragments of Autobiography [EDITION] Critical Edition [EDITORS] William G. Holzberger and Herman J. Saatkamp, Jr. [PUBLISHER] The MIT Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, Massachusetts, and London, England [DATE] 1986 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Autobiographical Order [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Richard C. Lyon. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining.

[DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author and others. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Rukeyser, Muriel [TITLE] Willard Gibbs [PUBLISHER] Ox Bow Press [PUB LOCATION] Woodbridge, Connecticut [DATE] 1942 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Biography of Willard Gibbs [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in the chapter on "The Imagination of America" and "The Double Democracy." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Pincoffs, Edmund L. [TITLE] Quandaries and Virtues: Against Reductivism in Ethics [PUBLISHER] University of Kansas [PUB LOCATION] Lawrence, Kansas [DATE] 1986 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Quandary Ethics [SUBJECTS] The Relevance of the Standard Theories [SUBJECTS] The Justificatory Powers of the Standard Theories [SUBJECTS] The Definition of the Virtues [SUBJECTS] A Defense of Perfectionism [SUBJECTS] Ideals of Virtue and Moral Obligation: Gandhi [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lumsden, Charles J. and Edward O. Wilson [TITLE] Promethean Fire: Reflections on the Origin of Mind [PUBLISHER] Harvard University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, Massachusetts/ London, England [DATE] 1983 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Heavily MarkedThe Fourth Step of Evolution [SUBJECTS] The Sociobiology Controversy [SUBJECTS] The Rules of Mental Development [SUBJECTS] The Social Worlds of Homo [SUBJECTS] Promethean Fire [SUBJECTS] Toward a New Human Science [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout, and especially includes marks "y"[es] in margin notations.

{BOOK} [AUTHORS] Brent, Peter [TITLE] Charles Darwin: A Man of Enlarged Curiosity [PUBLISHER] Harper & Row [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. Also contains minor critical notes on inside front cover such that "Utterly wrong about Ch. Kingsley, who accepted Darwin's position. B. does not know what metaphysics technically meant is Aristotle, Kant, etc." {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Peirce and Contemporary Thought: Philosophical Inquires [EDITORS] Ketner, Kenneth L. [PUBLISHER] Fordham University Press [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1995 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Slightly MarkedPeirce and Logic [SUBJECTS] Peirce and Science [SUBJECTS] Peirce and Semeiosis [SUBJECTS] Peirce and Metaphysics [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Sloterdijk, Peter [TITLE] Thinker on Stage: Nietzsche's Materialism [TRANSLATORS] Jamie Owen Daniel [ORIG TITLE] Der Denker auf der Buhne [PUBLISHER] University of Minnesota Press [PUB LOCATION] Minneapolis [DATE] 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Moderately MarkedCentauric Literature [SUBJECTS] The Philosophy of Existence, the Dramaturgy of Force [SUBJECTS] Cave Canem; or, The Adventures of the Embodied Intellect [SUBJECTS] Pain and Justice [DESCRIPTION] Foreword by Jochen Schulte-Sasse. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Polkinghorne, John [TITLE] Science and Creation: The Search for Understanding [PUBLISHER] Shambhala Publications, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] Boston, Massachusetts

[DATE] 1988 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Heavily MarkedNatural Theology [SUBJECTS] Insightful Inquiry [SUBJECTS] Order and Disorder [SUBJECTS] The Nature of Reality [SUBJECTS] Theological Science [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout, and especially includes marks "y"[es] in margin notations. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Longino, Helen E. [TITLE] Science as Social Knowledge: Values and Objectivity in Scientific Inquiry [PUBLISHER] Princeton University Press [PUB LOCATION] Princeton, New Jersey [DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Heavily MarkedGood Science, Bad Science [SUBJECTS] Methodology, Goals, and Practices [SUBJECTS] Evidence and Hypothesis [SUBJECTS] Values and Objectivity [SUBJECTS] Values and Science [SUBJECTS] Research on Sex Differences [SUBJECTS] Explanatory Models in the Biology of Behavior [SUBJECTS] Science in Society [SUBJECTS] Science and Ideology [SUBJECTS] Social Knowledge [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially major in the chapters on "Introduction: Good Science, Bad Science" and "Methodology, Goals, and Practices." The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and specific date. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Monro, D. H. [TITLE] Empiricism and Ethics [PUBLISHER] Cambridge [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge University Press [DATE] 1967 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Heavily MarkedFact and Value [SUBJECTS] Moral Theory [SUBJECTS] Naturalism [SUBJECTS] Intuitionism and Rationalism [SUBJECTS] Universalization [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Derrida and Differance

[EDITORS] David Wood and Robert Bernasceni [PUBLISHER] Northwestern University Press [PUB LOCATION] Evanston, IL [DATE] 1988 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked"Letter to a Japanese Friend," by Derrida [SUBJECTS] "Engorged Philosophy: A Note on Freud, Derrida, and Differance," by Drell [SUBJECTS] "The Trace of Levinas in Derrida," by Bernasconi [SUBJECTS] "The Original Difference: Differance," by Brogan [SUBJECTS] "The Economy of Duplicity," by Ormiston [SUBJECTS] "Thresholds," by Llewelyn [SUBJECTS] "Differance and the Problem of Strategy," by Wood [DESCRIPTION] Contains "An Interview with Derrida" and "The Original Discussion of Differance." [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Leonard and Murphy [TITLE] The Life We are Given [PUBLISHER] G. P. Putnam's Sons [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1984 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in the chapters on "A Lifetime's Quest" and "A Householder's Path."Subtitle is "A Long-Term Program for Realizing the Potential of Body, Mind, Heart, and Soul." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Korner, Stephan [TITLE] Metaphysics: Its Structure and Function [PUBLISHER] Cambridge University Press [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1984 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Heavily MarkedThe Organization of Beliefs and Attitudes [SUBJECTS] Immanent and Transcendent Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] Stability and Change in Metaphysics [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially major in the second part and the last part of the book with many positive marks "y[es]." {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Relativism: Interpretation and Confrontation [EDITORS] Michael Krausz [PUBLISHER] University of Notre Dame Press

[PUB LOCATION] Notre Dame, Indiana [DATE] 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Relitivism [SUBJECTS] Solidarity or Objectivity [SUBJECTS] Meaning and Reality [SUBJECTS] Nietzsch [SUBJECTS] Incommensurability [SUBJECTS] Subjectivism [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining throught, but heavily on the articles, "Post-Nietzschian Anthropology: The Idea of Multiple Objective Worlds," by Richard A. Shweder and "The Myth of the Subjective," by Donald Davidson. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Wolfson, Harry Austryn [TITLE] The Philosophy of Spinoza: Unfolding the Latent Processes of His Reasoning [PUBLISHER] Cambridge, Massachusetts [PUB LOCATION] Harvard University Press [DATE] 1948 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Geometrical Method [SUBJECTS] Substance [SUBJECTS] Existence of God [SUBJECTS] Extension [SUBJECTS] The Causality of God [SUBJECTS] Duration, Time, and Eternity [SUBJECTS] Modes [SUBJECTS] Necessity and Purposelessness [SUBJECTS] Body and Mind [SUBJECTS] The Cognitive Faculties [SUBJECTS] Truth, Knowledge, Will, Emotions, and Virtues [DESCRIPTION] Two Volumes in One. Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside back cover. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and specific year. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Aristotle [TITLE] The Basic Works of Aristotle [EDITORS] McKeon, Richard [PUBLISHER] Random House [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1941 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked

[SUBJECTS] Organon [SUBJECTS] Physics [SUBJECTS] On the Heavens [SUBJECTS] On Generation and Corruption [SUBJECTS] On the Soul [SUBJECTS] The Short Physical Treatises [SUBJECTS] The History of Animals [SUBJECTS] On the Parts of Animals [SUBJECTS] On the Generation of Animals [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] Nicomachean Ethics [SUBJECTS] Politics [SUBJECTS] Rhetoric [SUBJECTS] Poetics [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Richard McKeon. Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Contains 4 page notes, including exam questions on Aristotle. Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Wang, Hao [TITLE] Beyond Analytic Philosophy: Doing Justice to What We Know [PUBLISHER] The MIT Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, Massachusetts [DATE] 1986 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Carnap [SUBJECTS] Quine [SUBJECTS] Russell [SUBJECTS] Wittgenstein [DESCRIPTION] Special Interest in Quine. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Schlagel, Richard H. [TITLE] Contextual Realism: A Meta-physical Framework for Modern Science [PUBLISHER] Paragon House Publishers [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1986 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Cartesian Legacy [SUBJECTS] The Origins and Basis of Knowledge [SUBJECTS] Critique of Recent Trends in Philosophy [SUBJECTS] The Rationality of Science [SUBJECTS] The Web of Human Knowledge [SUBJECTS] The Meaning of Truth and the Correspondence Criterion [SUBJECTS] The Pragmatic Criterion of Truth [SUBJECTS] The Coherence Criterion of Truth [SUBJECTS] Contextual Realism

[DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes on inside front and back covers. [DESCRIPTION] Includes extensive marks "y"[es] in margin notations. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hacking, Ian [TITLE] The Taming of Chance [PUBLISHER] Cambridge University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, England [DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Necessity [SUBJECTS] Society [SUBJECTS] Autonomy [SUBJECTS] A Universe of Chance [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Special Interest in "Cassirer's thesis" with the marks y[es]. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Creativity in George Herbert Mead [EDITORS] Gunter, Pete A. Y. [PUBLISHER] University Press of America [PUB LOCATION] Lanham, New York, London [DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Creativity in George Herbert Mead [SUBJECTS] Consciousness, the Attitude of the Individual, and Perspectives [DESCRIPTION] Includes "A Bibliography of Articles and Books on George Herbert Mead, 1969-1989. The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Browning, Douglas [TITLE] Ontology and the Practical Arena [PUBLISHER] The Pennsylvania State University Press [PUB LOCATION] University Park and London [DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 29 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] The Ground of Ontological Interest [SUBJECTS] Ontological Systems [SUBJECTS] The Ontological Enterprise [SUBJECTS] Access to Reality [SUBJECTS] The Primacy of the Practical

[SUBJECTS] The Structure of the Practical Arena [SUBJECTS] The Ontological Availability of the Practical [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contains some names and terminological notes in the section of "Index." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Skinner, B. F. [TITLE] The Shaping of a Behaviorist [PUBLISHER] Alfred A. Knoph [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1979 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Includes an autobiography. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lauer, Quentin [TITLE] Phenomenology: Its Genesis and Prospect [PUBLISHER] Harper & Row [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1965 [ORIG PUBLISHER] New York [ORIG PUB LOC] Fordham University Press [ORIG DATE] 1958 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] What is Phenomenology? [SUBJECTS] Development of a Pure Psychology [SUBJECTS] Basic Phenomenological Techniques [SUBJECTS] Theory of Cognition as Theory of Being [SUBJECTS] The Sense of Objectivity [SUBJECTS] Transcendental Subjectivity in Genesis [SUBJECTS] A Universal Phenomenology of Reason [SUBJECTS] The Other Explained Intentionally [SUBJECTS] The Future of Phenomenology [DESCRIPTION] Preface by Aron Gurwitsch. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Wilson, John [TITLE] Equality [PUBLISHER] Hutchinson & Co Ltd. [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1966 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked

[SUBJECTS] The Concept of Equality [SUBJECTS] Equality as a Political Principle [SUBJECTS] Equality as a Fact [SUBJECTS] Equality as a Formal Principle [SUBJECTS] Equality as an Ideal [SUBJECTS] Equality in Practice [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially includes positive marks "y"[es] in margin notations. Also contains positive notes on inside back cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Moral Problems in Contemporary Society: Essays in Humanistic Ethics [EDITORS] Paul Kurtz [PUBLISHER] Prometheus Books [PUB LOCATION] Buffalo, New York [DATE] 1973 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Ethics, Religion, and the Meaning of Life [SUBJECTS] The Good Life [SUBJECTS] The Individual: Law, Morality, and Social Organization [SUBJECTS] Justice and Society [SUBJECTS] Death [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Paul Kurtz, Kai Nielsen, Kurt Baier, Herbert Feigl, A. H. Maslow, Carl R. Rogers, B. F. Skinner, John P. Anton, Ernest Nagel, Sidney Hook, Charles Frankel, Rollo Handy, Abraham Edel, H. J. Blackham, Marvin Farber, John Somerville, Corliss Lamont, and Maurice Natanson. Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially major in the parts on "Ethics, Religion, and the Meaning of Life" and "Death." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lowi, Theodore J. [TITLE] The End of Liberalism: Ideology, Policy, and the Crisis of Public Authority [PUBLISHER] W. W. Norton & company Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1969 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Origin and Decline of Liberal Ideology in the United States [SUBJECTS] Why Liberal Governments Cannot Plan [SUBJECTS] Why Liberal Governments Cannot Achieve Justice [SUBJECTS] Beyond Liberalism [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout.

{BOOK} [AUTHORS] Steiner, George [TITLE] Martin Heidegger [PUBLISHER] The University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago [DATE] 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Being and Time [SUBJECTS] The Presence of Heidegger [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout, but heavily on the section "Intorduction--Heidegger: In 1991," "In Place of a Forword," and "Some Basic Terms." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] von Kries, Johannes [TITLE] Goethe als Psycholg [PUBLISHER] Verlag von J. C. B. Mohr [PUB LOCATION] Tubingen [DATE] 1924 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially includes positive marks in margin notations. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Salzi, Pierre [TITLE] La Genese de la Sensation: Dans ses repports avec la theorie de la connaissance: chez Protagoras, Platon et Aristote [PUBLISHER] Librairie felix alcan [PUB LOCATION] Paris [DATE] 1934 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Jones, Roger S. [TITLE] Physics as Metaphor [PUBLISHER] University of Minnesota [PUB LOCATION] Minneapolis [DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Metaphor [SUBJECTS] Space and Time

[SUBJECTS] Death and Transfiguration [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive note from inside front cover to the title page. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Dewart, Leslie [TITLE] The Future of Belief: Theism in a World Come of Age [PUBLISHER] Herder and Herder [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1966 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Christian Theism and Contemporary Experience [SUBJECTS] Contemporary Atheism and Christian Theism [SUBJECTS] The Development of Christian Dogma [SUBJECTS] The Underdevelopment of Christian Theism [SUBJECTS] The Development of Christian Theism [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also, containsextensive four-page notes from inside front cover to the title page. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Huxley, T. H. and Julian Huxley [TITLE] Touchstone for Ethics [PUBLISHER] Harper & Brothers Publishers [PUB LOCATION] New York and London [DATE] 1947 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Evolutionary Ethics [SUBJECTS] Darwinism [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Julian Huxley. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Wood, Robert E. [TITLE] A Path into Metaphysics: Phenomenological, Hermeneutical, and Diaological Studies [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] New York, Albany [DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Humanness, Metaphysics, and Being [SUBJECTS] Parmenides [SUBJECTS] Plato

[SUBJECTS] Aristotle [SUBJECTS] Aquinas [SUBJECTS] Descartes [SUBJECTS] Spinoza [SUBJECTS] Leibniz [SUBJECTS] Kant [SUBJECTS] Hegel [SUBJECTS] Whitehead [SUBJECTS] Heidegger [DESCRIPTION] The text does not appear to be heavily marked, but the title pape contains one page note about the book. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Recoding Metaphysics: The New Italian Philosophy [EDITORS] Borradori, Giovanna [PUBLISHER] Northwestern University Press [PUB LOCATION] Evanston, IL [DATE] 1988 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The State of the Art, by Umberto Eco [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics, Violence, Secularization, by Gianni Vattimo [SUBJECTS] Friction of Thought, by Aldo G. Gargani [SUBJECTS] Venusian Charme, by Mario Perniola [SUBJECTS] Maintaining the Distance, by Pier Aldo Rovatti [SUBJECTS] The Atopy of the Modern Fabula, by Franco Rella [SUBJECTS] The Problem of Representation, by Massimo Cacciari [SUBJECTS] Time and Alienation, by Emanuele Severino [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hoffman, Banesh [TITLE] The Strange Story of the Quantum [EDITION] Second [PUBLISHER] Dover Publications, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1959 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Quantum Theory [SUBJECTS] Niel Bohr [SUBJECTS] Bohr Kneels [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Ruth, Sheila [TITLE] Take Back the Light: A Feminist Reclamation of Spirituality and Religion

[PUBLISHER] Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] Lanham, Maryland [DATE] 1994 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Feminism [SUBJECTS] Spirituality [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Rossman, Neil [TITLE] Consciousness: Separation and Integration [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany, NY [DATE] 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Philsophy of Mind and the Problem of Personal Integration [SUBJECTS] Conceptual Understanding and Personal Integration [SUBJECTS] Consciousness and Personal Integration [SUBJECTS] Consciousness, Knowledge and Error [SUBJECTS] Pain [SUBJECTS] Desire [SUBJECTS] Belief [SUBJECTS] Fragmentation, Alienation and Self [SUBJECTS] Self and Integration [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Ferry, Luc and Alain Renault [TITLE] Heidegger and Modernity [TRANSLATORS] Franklin Philip [PUBLISHER] The University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago and London [DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] The Heidegger Case [SUBJECTS] From Humanism to Nazism: Heideggerian Interpretations of Heidegger's [SUBJECTS] Nazism [SUBJECTS] Heidegger, Nazism, and Modernity [SUBJECTS] Moderns and Antimoderns: Humanism in Question [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially major in the chapter on "Moderns and Antimoderns: Humanism in Question." {BOOK}

[AUTHORS] Ramsey, Paul [TITLE] Fabricated Man: The Ethics of Genetic Control [PUBLISHER] Yale University Press [PUB LOCATION] New Haven and London [DATE] 1971 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Moral and Religious Implications of Genetic Control [SUBJECTS] Genetic Responsibility, Genetic Treatment [SUBJECTS] Parenthood [SUBJECTS] Godhood [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Rosmini, Antonio [TITLE] Anthropology as an Aid to Moral Science [TRANSLATORS] Denis Cleary and Terence Watson [PUBLISHER] Rosmini House [PUB LOCATION] Durham, England [DATE] 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Human Being [SUBJECTS] Passive Animal Faculties [SUBJECTS] Active Animal Faculties or Instinct [SUBJECTS] Spirituality [SUBJECTS] The Passive Faculties of Human Understanding [SUBJECTS] The Active Faculties of Human Understanding [SUBJECTS] The Human Subject [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Bergson, Henri [TITLE] The Two Sources of Morality and Religion [TRANSLATORS] R. Ashley Audra and Cloudesley Brereton [PUBLISHER] University of Notre Dame Press [PUB LOCATION] Notre Dame, Indiana [DATE] 1986 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Moral Obligation [SUBJECTS] Static Religion [SUBJECTS] Dynamic Religion [SUBJECTS] Mechanics and Mysticism [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] contains minor notes on front cover. Also contains extensive critical notes on inside front and back covers.

{EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Abraham Joshua Heschel: Exploring His Life and Thought [EDITORS] John C. Merkle [PUBLISHER] MacMillan Publishing Company [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Heschel the Man, by Samuel H. Dresner [SUBJECTS] A Tribute to Rabbi Heschel: Banquet Address, by Wolfe Kelman [SUBJECTS] Notes on a Friendship: Abraham Joshua Heschel and Reinhold Niebuhr, by Ursula M. Niebuhr [SUBJECTS] Coexistence with God: Heschel's Exposition of Biblical Theology, by [SUBJECTS] Bernhard W. Anderson [SUBJECTS] Heschel's Theology of Divine Pathos, by John C. Merkle [SUBJECTS] Varieties of Heschelian Thought, by Fritz A. Rothschild [SUBJECTS] Heschel's Poetics of Religious Thinking, by Edward K. Kapan [SUBJECTS] Some are Guilty, All are Responsible?--Heschel's Social Ethics, by Robert [SUBJECTS] McAfee Brown [SUBJECTS] Heschel's Significance for Jewish-Christian Relations, by Eva Fleischner [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by John c. Merkle. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive positive margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Phenomenology and Existentialism [EDITORS] Robert C. Solomon [PUBLISHER] Harper & Row [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1972 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Phenomenology of Edmund Husserl [SUBJECTS] Existential Phenomenology [SUBJECTS] Self and Others [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate critical notes on inside back cover. [DESCRIPTION] Special Mark on "Maurice Merleau-Ponty: Freedom" and "Albert Camus: Absurd Walls" in the table of contents. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Ayer, Alfred Jules [TITLE] Language, Truth and Logic [EDITION] second [PUBLISHER] Dover Publications, Inc.

[PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1950 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Elimination of Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] The Function of Philosophy [SUBJECTS] The Nature of Philosophical Analysis [SUBJECTS] The a Priori [SUBJECTS] Truth and Probability [SUBJECTS] Critique of Ethics and Theology [SUBJECTS] The Self and the Common World [SUBJECTS] Solutions of Outstanding Philosophical Disputes [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] A Plato Reader [EDITORS] Ronald B. Levinson [PUBLISHER] Houghton Mifflin Company [PUB LOCATION] Boston [DATE] 1967 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Euthyphro [SUBJECTS] Apology [SUBJECTS] Crito [SUBJECTS] Phaedo [SUBJECTS] Symposium [SUBJECTS] Phaedrus [SUBJECTS] Republic [SUBJECTS] Cratylus [SUBJECTS] Parmenides [SUBJECTS] Theaetetus [SUBJECTS] Sophist [SUBJECTS] Timaeus [SUBJECTS] Laws, Book X [SUBJECTS] The Myth of Er [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Levinson. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains one page notes on title page. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Basinger, David [TITLE] Divine Power in Process Theism: A Philosophical Critique [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany, New York [DATE] 1988 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Divine Persuasion: Could the God of Process Theism Do More?

[SUBJECTS] Human Coercion: A Fly in the Process Ointment? [SUBJECTS] Evil: Does Process Theism Have a Better Explanation? [SUBJECTS] Eschatology: Will Good Ultimately Triumph in the Process System? [SUBJECTS] Petitionary Prayer: Does It Make Any Sense in a Process System? [SUBJECTS] God's Will: Can It Be Clearly Discerned in the Proces System? [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Stinson, Lida L. [TITLE] Process and Conscience: Toward a Theology of Human Emergence [PUBLISHER] University Press of America [PUB LOCATION] Lanham, MD [DATE] 1986 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Human Being in Process [SUBJECTS] Immanent Source of the Person [SUBJECTS] A Theology of Human Emergence [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contains a letter from the author to Charles Hartshorne for comments. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Morris, C. Randall [TITLE] Process Philosophy and Political Ideology: The Social and Political Thought of Alfred North Whitehead and Charles Hartshorne [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany, New York [DATE] 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Freedom and Causality [SUBJECTS] Process Philosophy and Political Theory [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains critical note, "Worst p. 156" on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Nature of the Physical Universe [EDITORS] Douglas Huff and Prewett Omer [PUBLISHER] John Wiley & Sons [PUB LOCATION] New York/ Chichester/ Brisbane/ Toronto [DATE] 1979 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] What Is an Elementary Particle? by Victor F. Weisskopf

[SUBJECTS] What Are the Building Blocks of Matter? by Murray Gell-Mann [SUBJECTS] Is Nature Simple? by Steven Weinberg [SUBJECTS] An Astronomer's View of the Evolution of Man by Sir Fred Hoyle [SUBJECTS] The Chaos of Scientific Cosmology by Stanley L. Jaki [SUBJECTS] The Place of Facts in a World of Values by Hilary Whitehall Putnam [DESCRIPTION] 1976 Nobel Conference. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contains newspaper article of Steven Weinberg, one of contributors. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Murti, T. R. V. [TITLE] The Central Philosophy of Buddhism: A Study of the Madhyamika System [PUBLISHER] George Allen and Unwin Ltd [PUB LOCATION] London, England [DATE] 1955 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Origin and Devilopment of the Madhyamika Philosophy [SUBJECTS] The Dialectic As System of Philosophy [SUBJECTS] The Madhyamika and Allied Systems [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes on inside back cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Husserl, Edmund [TITLE] Logische Untersuchungen [PUBLISHER] Max Niemeyer [PUB LOCATION] Halle [DATE] 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Ausdruck und Bedeutung [SUBJECTS] Die ideale Einheit der Spezies und die neueren Abstraktionstheorien [SUBJECTS] Zur Lehre von den Ganzen und Teilen [SUBJECTS] Der Unterschied der selbstandigen und unselbstandigen Bedeutungen und die Idee der reinen Grammatik [SUBJECTS] Uber intentionale Erlebnisse und ihre "Inhalte" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contains two-page note in side front cover. Also contains page numbers and minor notes on inside back cover. Especially, contains an attaching one-page test sheet. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK}

[AUTHORS] Wittgenstein, Ludwig [TITLE] Zettel [EDITORS] G. E. M. Anscombe and G. H. von Wright [TRANSLATORS] Anscombe, G. E. M. [PUBLISHER] Basil Blackwell [PUB LOCATION] Oxford, England [DATE] 1967 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout, and especially includes positive marks "y"[es] in margin notations. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes and page numbers on inside back cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Ryle, Gilbert [TITLE] The Concept of Mind [PUBLISHER] Barnes & Noble, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1949 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Descartes' Myth [SUBJECTS] Knowing How And Knowing That [SUBJECTS] The Will [SUBJECTS] Emotion [SUBJECTS] Dispositions and Occurrences [SUBJECTS] Self-Knowledge [SUBJECTS] Sensation and Observation [SUBJECTS] Imagination [SUBJECTS] The Intellect [SUBJECTS] Psychology [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes on inside back cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Gellner, Ernest [TITLE] Legitimation of Belief [PUBLISHER] Cambridge University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, England [DATE] 1974 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] One and Many [SUBJECTS] The Copernican Revolution [SUBJECTS] All-too-benign Judges [SUBJECTS] Hanging Judges [SUBJECTS] The Baselines

[SUBJECTS] A Partial Convergence [SUBJECTS] Skeleton and Backlash [SUBJECTS] The Savage Mind [SUBJECTS] Identity Regained [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside back cover. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes and page numbers on inside back cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Tada, Teruyuki [TITLE] Faith and Science [PUBLISHER] The Rakuto Press [PUB LOCATION] Kyoto, Japan [DATE] 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Johrei [SUBJECTS] Disease [SUBJECTS] Wisdom [SUBJECTS] Purification [SUBJECTS] Beyond Religion [SUBJECTS] Salvation Through Johrei [SUBJECTS] Johrei and Faith [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially major in the chapter, "Johrei." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Schilling, K. Harold [TITLE] The New Consciousness in Science and Religion [PUBLISHER] A Pilgrim Press Book [PUB LOCATION] United Church Press [DATE] Philadelphia [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 30 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Conciousness [SUBJECTS] Unity and Disunity, Creativity and Destructiveness [SUBJECTS] Mind and Spirit [SUBJECTS] Transcendence-Immanence [SUBJECTS] Biblical Religious Consciousness [SUBJECTS] Mysterism [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside back cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Beyond the Edge of Certainty: Essays in Contemporary Science and Philosophy [EDITORS] Colodny, Robert G. [PUBLISHER] Prentice-Hall, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

[DATE] 1965 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [SUBJECTS] Newton's First Law, by Norwood Russell Hanson [SUBJECTS] The Origin and Nature of Newton's Laws of Motion, by Brian Ellis [SUBJECTS] A Response to Ellis's Conception of Newton's first Law, by Norwood Russell Hanson [SUBJECTS] A Philosopher Looks at Quantum Mechanics, by Hilary Putnam [SUBJECTS] The Thermodynamics of Purpose, by David Hawkins [SUBJECTS] The Physics of the Large, by Philip Morrison [SUBJECTS] Problems of Empiricism, by Paul K. Feyerabend [SUBJECTS] The Ethical Dimension of Scientific Research, by Nicholas Rescher [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Wolfson, Harry Austryn [TITLE] Philo: Foundations of Religious Philosophy in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam [PUBLISHER] Harvard University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, Massachusetts [DATE] 1947 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Hellenistic Judaism and Philo [SUBJECTS] Handmaid of Scripture [SUBJECTS] Scriptural Presuppositions [SUBJECTS] God, The World of Ideas, and the Logos [SUBJECTS] Creation and Structure of the World [SUBJECTS] The Immanent Logos, Laws of Nature, Miracles [SUBJECTS] Souls, Angels, Immortality [SUBJECTS] Free Will [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes and page numbers on inside back cover. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes and page numbers on inside back cover. [DESCRIPTION] Contains a two-page typewritten letter from Hartshorne to Wolfson about the book. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Values and Valuation: Axiological Studies in Honor of Robert S. Hartman

[EDITORS] John William Davis [PUBLISHER] The University of Tennessee Press [PUB LOCATION] Knoxville [DATE] 1972 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] The Nature and Logic of Value [SUBJECTS] Problems of Methodology [SUBJECTS] Types of Value [SUBJECTS] Contributors; Thomas E. Hill, Hector-Neri Castaneda, Gerhard Frey, [SUBJECTS] Robert S. Brumbaugh, William H. Werkmeister, Manfred Moritz, Oliver L. [SUBJECTS] Reiser, Wayne A. R. Leys, Paul Weiss, Gottfried Martin, Albert Ellis, [SUBJECTS] Charlotte Buhler, Fritz-Joachim von Rintelen, Paul Arthur Schilpp, Bertram [SUBJECTS] Morris, John William Davis, David Pole, Nicholas Rescher, Franz Loeser, Elfriede Tielsch, [SUBJECTS] Luigi Bagolini, Adam Schaff, and Daniel B. Christoff. [DESCRIPTION] Foreword by Henry N. Wieman. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in the chapter "Old and New Types of Futurology and Their Influence on Ethics," by Elfriede Tielsch. Contains a dedicatory letter from Louis T. Iglehart {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Schapp, W. [TITLE] Metaphysik der Naturwissenschaft [PUBLISHER] Martinus Nijhoff [PUB LOCATION] Den Haag [DATE] 1965 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Der Tisch und der entsprechende wirre Haufen von Atomkernen und Elektronen [SUBJECTS] Was passiert auf dem Arkturus gerade jetzt? [SUBJECTS] Die franzosische Revolution [SUBJECTS] Die zweidimensionale Welt [SUBJECTS] Das Gewitter und der Zug [SUBJECTS] Der Aufzug [SUBJECTS] Die Uhr [SUBJECTS] Farbe und Welt [SUBJECTS] Welt, Gegenstand, Auffassung [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains critical two-page notes on inside back cover. [DESCRIPTION] The title page bears Hartshornes name. [DESCRIPTION] Contains a seperate paper that has minor notes. [DESCRIPTION] Contains a phrase, "week ending" at the end of the book.

{BOOK} [AUTHORS] Weiss, Paul [TITLE] You, I, and the Others [PUBLISHER] Southern Illinois University Press [PUB LOCATION] Carbondale and Edwardsville, Illinois [DATE] 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Encountering Persons [SUBJECTS] You, Public and Sustained [SUBJECTS] You and Me [SUBJECTS] The Self and I [SUBJECTS] We and the Others [SUBJECTS] They and the Others [SUBJECTS] Recapituation: the Topical Heading [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Rignano, Eugenio [TITLE] Biological Memory [TRANSLATORS] E. W. MacBride [PUBLISHER] Harcourt, Brace & Company, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1926 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Transformist Hypotheses [SUBJECTS] Plasmatic Action [SUBJECTS] Biological Memory [SUBJECTS] Mnemonic Theory of Semon [SUBJECTS] Teleology and Memory [SUBJECTS] Physico-Chemical Theories [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by MacBride. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Spinoza, Benedict De [TITLE] Ethics and On the Improvement of the Understanding [EDITORS] James Gutmann [PUBLISHER] Hafner Publishing Company [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1966 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Of God [SUBJECTS] Of the Nature and Origin of the Mind

[SUBJECTS] On the Origin and Nature of the Emotions [SUBJECTS] Of Human Bondae; Or the Strength of the Emotions [SUBJECTS] Of the Power of the Intellect; Or of Human Freedom [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by James Gutmann and "Spinoza" by Frederick J. E. Woodbridge. Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Morgan, C. Lloyd [TITLE] An Introduction to Comparative Psychology [PUBLISHER] Walter Scott, Ltd./ Charles Scribner's Sons [PUB LOCATION] London/ New York [DATE] 1894 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Consciousness [SUBJECTS] Mind [SUBJECTS] Memory [SUBJECTS] Impression [SUBJECTS] Sense-Experience [SUBJECTS] Automatism and Control [SUBJECTS] The Perception of Relations [SUBJECTS] Subject and Object [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Holdelin, Friedrich [TITLE] Hyperion oder Der Eremit in Griechenland [PUBLISHER] Insel-verlag [PUB LOCATION] Leipzig [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Cotains extensive margin notations and underlining in the "Erster Band, Zweiter Band, and Vorrede." Contains moderate margin notations and [DESCRIPTION] underlining on the rest of the book. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Heisenberg, Werner [TITLE] Physics and Philsophy: The Revolution in Modern Science [PUBLISHER] Harper & Brothers [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1962 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Quantum Theory [SUBJECTS] Language and Reality in Modern Physics [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by F. S. C. Northrop.

[DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Chubb, Percival [TITLE] On the Religious Frontier: From an Outpost Ethical Religion [PUBLISHER] The MacMillan Company [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1931 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Armstrong, D. M. [TITLE] Bodily Sensations [EDITORS] R. F. Holland [PUBLISHER] Routledge & Kegan Paul/ Humanities Press [PUB LOCATION] London/ New York [DATE] 1962 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Materialistic Approach [SUBJECTS] Bodily Sensation [SUBJECTS] Perception [SUBJECTS] The Nature of the Tangible Qualities [SUBJECTS] Intransitive Sensations [DESCRIPTION] One of series of "Studies in Philosophical Psychology." [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains critical notes on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Husserl, Edmund [TITLE] The Phenomenology of Internal Time-Consciousness [EDITORS] Martin Heidegger [TRANSLATORS] James S. Churchill [ORIG TITLE] Vorlesungen zur Phanomenologie des inneren Zeitbewusstseins [PUBLISHER] Indiana University Press [PUB LOCATION] Bloomington & London1973 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Bretano's Theory Concerning the Origin of Time [SUBJECTS] The Analysis of Time-Consciousness [SUBJECTS] The Levels of Constitution of Time and Temporal Objects [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Calvin O. Schrag.

[DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lundberg, George A. [TITLE] Can Science Save Us? [PUBLISHER] Longmans, Green and Co. [PUB LOCATION] New York/ London/ Toronto [DATE] 1947 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] "Prescientific Thoughtways in a Technological Age" [SUBJECTS] "Can Science Solve Social Problem?" [SUBJECTS] "The Transition to Science in Human Relation" [SUBJECTS] "Education in a Scientific Age" [SUBJECTS] "The Arts, Literature, and the Spiritual Life in a Scientic World" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm [TITLE] Leibniz: Selections [EDITORS] Philip P. Wiener [PUBLISHER] Charles Scribner's Sons [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1951 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [SUBJECTS] Method [SUBJECTS] First Principles [SUBJECTS] Theory of Knowledge and Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] Ethics, Law, and Civilization [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Philip P. Wiener. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. Contains extensive notes on inside back cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Plato [TITLE] The Works of Plato [EDITORS] Erwin Edman [PUBLISHER] The Modern Library, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1930 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Euthyphro [SUBJECTS] Apology [SUBJECTS] Crito [SUBJECTS] Phaedo [SUBJECTS] Protagoras [SUBJECTS] Phaedrus

[SUBJECTS] Symposium [SUBJECTS] The Republic [SUBJECTS] Theaetetus [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Editor. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Hammer on the Rock: A Short Midrash Reader [EDITORS] Glatzer Nahum N. [PUBLISHER] Schocken Books [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1948 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Leibnizian Inquiries: A Group of Essays [EDITORS] Nicholas Rescher [PUBLISHER] University Press of America [PUB LOCATION] Lanham, MD/ New York/ London [DATE] 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] Causation and Teleology [SUBJECTS] The Philosophy of Science [SUBJECTS] Logic [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Nicholas Rescher. Contributors are: Hans Burkhardt, Francois Duchesneau, John earman, Lois Frankel, George Gale, Emily Grosholz, Glenn A. Hartz, Wolfgang Lenzen, John Leslie, Klaus Mainzer, Ulrich Majer, Larry McCullough, and Catherine Wilson. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Scholz, Heinrich [TITLE] Metaphysik als strenge Wissenschaft [PUBLISHER] Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft [PUB LOCATION] Darmstadt, Germany [DATE] 1965 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Der Begriff der identitatstheoretischen Aussage [SUBJECTS] Die drei Gultigkeitsarten einer identitats-theoretischen Aussage [SUBJECTS] Prazisierung des Begriffs der Allgemeingultigkeit [SUBJECTS] Theorie der Identitat und Verschiedenheit

[SUBJECTS] Die Axiomatisierbarkeit der Theorie der Identitat und Verschiedenheit [SUBJECTS] Der metaphysische Charakter und die erkenntnistheoretische Bedeutung der identilatstheoretischen Satze [SUBJECTS] Die Stellung der identitatstheoretischen Metaphysik im Gesamtgefuge der [SUBJECTS] Philosophie [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Stravinsky, Igor [TITLE] Poetics of Music: In the Form of Six Lessons [TRANSLATORS] Arthur Knodel and Ingolf Dahl [PUBLISHER] Harvard University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, MA/ London, England [DATE] 1977 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] "Getting Acquainted" [SUBJECTS] "The Phenomenon of Music" [SUBJECTS] "The Composition of Music" [SUBJECTS] "Musical Typology" [SUBJECTS] "The Avatars of Russian Music" [SUBJECTS] "The Performance of Music" [DESCRIPTION] Preface by George Seferis. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Husserl, Edmund [TITLE] Erfahrung und Urteil: Untersuchungen zur Genealogie der Logik [PUBLISHER] Claassen & Goverts [PUB LOCATION] Hamburg, Germany [DATE] 1948 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Sein und Umgrenzung der Untersuchung [SUBJECTS] Die vorpradikative Erfahrung [SUBJECTS] Das pradikative Denken und die Verstandesgegenstand-Lichkeiten [SUBJECTS] Die Konstitution der allgemeingegenstandlichkeiten und die formen des [SUBJECTS] Uberhaupturteilens [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] Contains an one-page typewritten incomplete paper. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] von Wright, Georg Henrik [TITLE] Explanation and Understanding [PUBLISHER] Routledge & Kegan Paul

[PUB LOCATION] London, England [DATE] 1971 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Cause and Intentionality [SUBJECTS] the Aristotelian and the Galilean [SUBJECTS] Positivism [SUBJECTS] Idealism [SUBJECTS] Marxism [SUBJECTS] Linguistic Analysis [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Martin, Gottfried [TITLE] Leibniz, Logik und Metaphysik [PUBLISHER] Kolner Universitatsverlag [PUB LOCATION] Koln [DATE] 1960 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Die Prinzipienlehre [SUBJECTS] Die Logik im engeren Sinne [SUBJECTS] Die Kategorienlehre [SUBJECTS] Neue Wissenschaften [SUBJECTS] Die Wissenschaftstheorie [SUBJECTS] Die Logik im Ganzen [SUBJECTS] Verum [SUBJECTS] Bonum [SUBJECTS] Unum [SUBJECTS] Ens qua ens [SUBJECTS] Ens perfectissimum [SUBJECTS] Die Metaphysik im Ganzen [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes on inside front and back covers. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Montague, Wm. Pepperell [TITLE] The Ways of Things: A Philosophy of Knowledge, Nature, and Value [PUBLISHER] Prentice-Hall, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1940 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Knowledge [SUBJECTS] Epistemology [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics of the Macrocosm [SUBJECTS] Logic [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics

[SUBJECTS] Theology [SUBJECTS] Esthetics [SUBJECTS] Ethics [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes and page numbers on inside back cover. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Rescher, Nicholas [TITLE] The Philosophy of Leibniz [PUBLISHER] Prentics-Hall, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey [DATE] 1967 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] God and the Mind of God [SUBJECTS] Three Fundamental Principles [SUBJECTS] The Theory of Contingence [SUBJECTS] Four Subsidiary Principles [SUBJECTS] The Realm Monads and its Creation [SUBJECTS] Relations [SUBJECTS] Well Founding and Monadic Aggregation [SUBJECTS] Space and Time: Motion and Infinity [SUBJECTS] Monadic Hierarchies [SUBJECTS] Human Knowledge and its Characteristics [SUBJECTS] Leibziz' Ethics [SUBJECTS] Theodicy [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contains one page summary, titled "Priciples and Assumptions of Leibniz." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Bergmann, Gustav [TITLE] Logic and Reality [PUBLISHER] The University of Wisconsin Press [PUB LOCATION] Madison, Wisconsin [DATE] 1964 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Ineffability, Ontology, and Method [SUBJECTS] Generality and Existence [SUBJECTS] Physics and Ontology [SUBJECTS] Husserl [SUBJECTS] Wittgenstein [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout.

{BOOK} [AUTHORS] Sarkar, Anil Kumar [TITLE] Changing Phases of Buddhist Thought: A Study in the Background of East-West Philosophy [EDITION] 2nd [PUBLISHER] Bharati Bhawan [PUB LOCATION] Patna, India [DATE] 1975 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] "Four Buddhist Schools" [SUBJECTS] "Asvaghosa's Reality and the Buddhist Thought in General" [SUBJECTS] "Nagarjuna: On Causality and Nirvana" [SUBJECTS] "Nagarjuna and Whitehead" [SUBJECTS] "Dignaga's Interpretation of the Perceptual Universe" [SUBJECTS] "Existentialism and its Affinity with some Aspects of Buddhist Thought" [SUBJECTS] "Was Buddhism Expelled from India" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining throughout, but heavily on the chapter "Asvaghosa's Reality and the Buddhist Thought in General." {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Philosophy and the Christian Faith [EDITORS] Morris, Thomas V. [PUBLISHER] University of Notre Dame Press [PUB LOCATION] Notre Dame, Indiana [DATE] 1988 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Sin and Salvation [SUBJECTS] God, the Good, and Christian Life [SUBJECTS] Christian doctrine and the Possibilities for Truth [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Special interest in "Suffering Love," by Nicholas Wolterstorff. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Eddington, A. S. [TITLE] The Nature of the Physical World [PUBLISHER] The MacMillan Company [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1929 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Relativity [SUBJECTS] Time [SUBJECTS] Becoming

[SUBJECTS] Gravitation [SUBJECTS] Man's Place in the Universe [SUBJECTS] The Quantum Theory [SUBJECTS] Reality [SUBJECTS] Causation [SUBJECTS] Science and Mysticism [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and specific date. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Paine, Thomas [TITLE] The Writings of Thomas Paine [PUBLISHER] Carlton House [PUB LOCATION] New York [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] From Common Sense [SUBJECTS] From the American Crisis [SUBJECTS] From Rights of Man [SUBJECTS] From Dissertation on First Principles of Government [SUBJECTS] From the Age of Reason [SUBJECTS] From Letter to George Washington [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Merleau-Ponty, M. [TITLE] Le visible et l'invisible [PUBLISHER] NRF [PUB LOCATION] Gallimard, France [DATE] 1964 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 31 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Le Visible et la Nature [SUBJECTS] Reflexion et Interrogation [SUBJECTS] Interrogation et Dialectique [SUBJECTS] Interrogation et Intuition [SUBJECTS] L'entrelacs--Le Chiasme [SUBJECTS] Annexe [SUBJECTS] L'etre Preobjectif: Le Monde Solipsiste [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from Emily and Nich. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside back cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Buddhism and the Emerging World Civilization [EDITORS] Ramakrishna Puligandla and David Lee Miller [PUBLISHER] Southern Illinois University Press

[PUB LOCATION] Carbondale and Edwardsville [DATE] 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Historical Context [SUBJECTS] Central Issues [SUBJECTS] Practical Implications [SUBJECTS] The Japan Emphasis [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially major in the chapters on "Buddhism, Taoism, and the Question of Ontological Difference," by David Hall, "Zen and the Art of Anything," by Hal W. French, and "Aesthetics of Nirvana: Nolan Pliny Jacobson on Creative Process," by Morgan Gibson. Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. Contributors are: Bart Gruzalski, Cedric Lambeth Heppler, Robert L. Greenwood, David Lee Miller, Hajime Nakamura, Charles Hartshorne, Kenneth K. Inada, David L. Hall, Frank J. Hoffman, Tsung-I Dow, Ramakrishna Puligandla, Paul F. Schmidt, Howard L. Parsons, Hal W. French, Morgan Gibson, Stuart D. B. Picken, and Seizo Ohe. {MULTIVOLUME BOOK} [AUTHORS] Wright, Sewall [TITLE] Variability Within and Among Natural Populations [SERIES TITLE] Evolution and the Genetics of Populations [VOLUME] 4 [PUBLISHER] The University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago and London [DATE] 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Species and Subspecies [SUBJECTS] Effective Sizes of Local Populations [SUBJECTS] Genetic Variability [SUBJECTS] Chromosome Polymorphisms [SUBJECTS] Deleterious Genes [SUBJECTS] Conspicuous Polymorphisms [SUBJECTS] Biochemical Polymorphisms [SUBJECTS] Quantitative Variability in Nature [SUBJECTS] Variability within Human Populations [SUBJECTS] Racial Differentiation in Mankind [SUBJECTS] Speciation [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contains a one-page book review of the book by Marcus W. Feldman.

{BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lawrence, D. H. [TITLE] Apolcalypse [PUBLISHER] The Viking Press [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1932 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Richard Aldington. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Wilcox, John T. [TITLE] The Bitterness of Job: A Philosophical Reading [PUBLISHER] The University of Michigan Press [PUB LOCATION] Ann Arbor, Michigan [DATE] 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Orthodox Doctrine of Evil [SUBJECTS] Job's Response to Orthodoxy [SUBJECTS] On Being "God's Servant" [SUBJECTS] Cursing God [SUBJECTS] Bitterness [SUBJECTS] A Yes to Bitterness and Blasphemy [SUBJECTS] A No to Job's No [SUBJECTS] The Apparent Irrelevance of God's Speeches [SUBJECTS] The Meaning of the Book of Job [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout, and especially includes positive marks "y"[es] in margin notations. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Christ, Carol [TITLE] Rebirth of the Goddess [PUBLISHER] Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] Reading, Massachusetts [DATE] 1997 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Goddess of Willendorf, Austria [SUBJECTS] Goddess of Lespugue, France [SUBJECTS] Goddess of Laussel, France [SUBJECTS] Goddess with Leopards of Catal Huyuk, Turkey [SUBJECTS] Goddess of Kato Chorio, Ierapetra, Crete [SUBJECTS] Stiff White Lady of Stara Zagora, Bulgaria [SUBJECTS] Goddess of Sesklo, Greece

[SUBJECTS] Goddess of Pazardzik, Bulgaria [SUBJECTS] Bird Goddess of Moldavia [SUBJECTS] Goddess of Mallia, Crete [SUBJECTS] Snake Goddess of Knossos, Crete [SUBJECTS] Artemis of Ephesus, Roman copy [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hoyle, Fred [TITLE] Nature of the Universe [PUBLISHER] Harper & Brothers [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1950 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Earth and Near-by Space [SUBJECTS] The Sun and the Stars [SUBJECTS] The Origin of the Stars [SUBJECTS] The Future and Fate of the Stars [SUBJECTS] The Origin of the Earth and the Planets [SUBJECTS] The Expanding Universe [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Armstrong, D. M. [TITLE] A Theory of Universals: Universals & Scientific Realism vol. 2 [PUBLISHER] Cambridge University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, England [DATE] 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Predicates and Universals [SUBJECTS] Properties and Relations [SUBJECTS] The Analysis of Resemblance [SUBJECTS] Higher-Order Universals [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in the part "Predicates and Universals" and "Properties and Relations." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Ellmann, Richard [TITLE] Oscar Wilde [PUBLISHER] Vintage Books [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1987 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32

[SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Prior, Arthur [TITLE] Past, Present and Future [PUBLISHER] Oxford [PUB LOCATION] Clarendon Press [DATE] 1967 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Tense Logic [SUBJECTS] Diodorean Modal System [SUBJECTS] The Topology of Time [SUBJECTS] The Logic of Successive World-States [SUBJECTS] Metric Tense-Logic [SUBJECTS] Time and Determinism [SUBJECTS] Time and Existence [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Dostoevsky, Fyodor [TITLE] Brothers Karamazov [TRANSLATORS] Constance Garnett [PUBLISHER] The Modern Library [PUB LOCATION] New York [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Chatterji, Jagadish Chandra [TITLE] India's Outlook on Life--The Wisdom of the Vedas [PUBLISHER] Kailas Press [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1931 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by John Dewy. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lee, Dorothy [TITLE] Freedom and Culture [PUBLISHER] Prentice-Hall, Inc. [DATE] 1961 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Individual Autonomy and Social Structure [SUBJECTS] Personal Significance and Group Structure

[SUBJECTS] The Joy of Work as Participation [SUBJECTS] Equality of Opportunity as a Cultural Value [SUBJECTS] What Kind of Freedom? [SUBJECTS] Responsibility among the Dakota [SUBJECTS] Simbolization and Value [SUBJECTS] Being and Value [SUBJECTS] Lineal and Nonlineal [SUBJECTS] Wintu Thought [SUBJECTS] The Self [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Unamuno, Miguel De [TITLE] Tragic Sense of Life [TRANSLATORS] J. E. Crawford Flitch [PUBLISHER] Dover Publications [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1954 [ORIG PUBLISHER] Unversity of Pennsylvania [ORIG DATE] 1921 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Immortality [SUBJECTS] Catholicism [SUBJECTS] The Rationalist Dissolution [SUBJECTS] Love, Suffering, Pity, and Personality [SUBJECTS] Faith, Hope, and Charity [SUBJECTS] Religion, Mythology and the Apocatastasis [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Bergson and the Evolution of Physics [EDITORS] P. A. Y. Gunter [TRANSLATORS] P. A. Y. Gunter [PUBLISHER] The University of Tennessee Press [PUB LOCATION] Knoxville [DATE] 1969 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Louis de Broglie, Satosi Watanabe, Olivier Costa de Beauregard, Robert Blanche, Andre Metz, Gunther Pflug, J. F. Busch, W. Berteval, Olivier Costa de Beauregard, Vere C. Chappell, David A. Sipfle, and Milic Capek. {BOOK}

[AUTHORS] Nobo, Jorge [TITLE] Whitehead's Metaphysics of Extension and Solidarity [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany, NY [DATE] 1986 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Solidarity and the Categories [SUBJECTS] The Principle of Relativity [SUBJECTS] The Principles of Ontology and Creativity [SUBJECTS] Creativity, Eternal Objects, and God [SUBJECTS] The Extensive Continuum [SUBJECTS] Objectification, Position, and Self-Identity [SUBJECTS] Extensional Solidarity and the Dative Phase [SUBJECTS] Solidarity and Individuality [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Wilentz, Joan Steen [TITLE] The Senses of Man [PUBLISHER] Thomas Y. Crowell Company [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1968 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] What the Baby Saw [SUBJECTS] The Sense of Self [SUBJECTS] What's in a Touch [SUBJECTS] Two Kinds of Temperature [SUBJECTS] A Blurred Pattern of Pain [SUBJECTS] Your Nose Is a Camera [SUBJECTS] Concerning Taste There Is Dispute [SUBJECTS] The Auditory Code [SUBJECTS] A Euclidean World [SUBJECTS] Believing Is Seeing [SUBJECTS] The Mind Is Blind [SUBJECTS] Non-Sense [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Fitzgerald, Edward [TITLE] Bird Parliament [EDITORS] Nathan Haskell Dole [PUBLISHER] L. C. Page and Company [PUB LOCATION] Boston, MA [DATE] 1899 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and specific date. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout.

[DESCRIPTION] Introduction by N. H. Dole. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Biology: The Network of Life [EDITORS] Mix, Michael C., Paul Farber, and Keith I. King [PUBLISHER] HarperCollinsPublishers [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Sphere of Life [SUBJECTS] The Language of Life [SUBJECTS] The Evolution of Life [SUBJECTS] The Systems of Life [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] However, contains extensive critical notes at the end of the text. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] On the Fifth Day: Animal Rights & Human Ethics [AUTHOR ROLE] One of Contributors [EDITORS] Morris, Richard Knowles and Michael W. Fox [PUBLISHER] Acropolis Books Ltd. [PUB LOCATION] Washington, D. C. [DATE] 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Animal Rights [SUBJECTS] Man and Nature [SUBJECTS] Anthropocentrism [SUBJECTS] Naturalistic Realism [SUBJECTS] Animate Compassion [SUBJECTS] Future for Man and Earth [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Foundations for a Humane Ethics." [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Robert S. Brumbaugh, Roger Caras, John B. Cobb, Jr., Carleton Dallery, Joel Feinberg, Michael W. Fox, Charles Hartshorne, Amy Freeman Lee, Richard K. Morris, M. F. Ashley Montagu, and E. S. C. Northrop. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Penrose, Roger [TITLE] The Emperor's New Mind: Concerning Computers, Minds, and the Laws of Physics [PUBLISHER] Oxford University Press [PUB LOCATION] Oxford [DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies

[BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Algorithms [SUBJECTS] Mathematics and Reality [SUBJECTS] Truth, Proof, and Insight [SUBJECTS] Quantum Theory [SUBJECTS] Cosmology and the Arrow of Time [SUBJECTS] Quantum Gravity [SUBJECTS] Brain [SUBJECTS] Physics of Mind [DESCRIPTION] Foreword by Martin Gardner. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Two page handwritten notes on inside back cover. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [TITLE] El Greco: Fifty Reproductions in Full Color [PUBLISHER] Harry N. Abrams [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1950 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Text by Leo Bronstein. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Sampson [TITLE] Science and Reality [PUBLISHER] Bouverie House [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1928 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Generalities and Geometry [SUBJECTS] Astronomy and the Observational Sciences [SUBJECTS] The Buts of the Philosopher [SUBJECTS] The Limits We Must Accept [SUBJECTS] Present and Future [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lecompte du Nouy [TITLE] Between Knowing and Believing [PUBLISHER] David McKay Company, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1966 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked

[SUBJECTS] Scientifc Method [SUBJECTS] Illusions of Science [SUBJECTS] Reason [SUBJECTS] The Future of Spirit [SUBJECTS] Evolution and Religion [SUBJECTS] Experiment and Knowledge [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear heavily to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. [DESCRIPTION] Illustrations by Bazaine, Introduction by George N. Shuster, and a Foreword by Albert Delaunay. Two letters from Teilhard de Chardin. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hoyle, Fred [TITLE] Man in the Universe [PUBLISHER] Columbia University Press [PUB LOCATION] New York and London [DATE] 1966 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Astronomy and Space Research [SUBJECTS] Know Then Thyself [SUBJECTS] Further Reflections on the Subjective Present [SUBJECTS] Education and Research [SUBJECTS] The Poetry of Earth Is Never Dead [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Buber, Martin [TITLE] I and Thou [TRANSLATORS] Ronald Gregor Smith [PUBLISHER] Charles Scribner's Sons [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1958 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Existentialism [SUBJECTS] Human Personality [SUBJECTS] Kierkegaard [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Boswell, James [TITLE] The Life of Johnson [PUBLISHER] Henry Frowde [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1904 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 32 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked

[DESCRIPTION] [DESCRIPTION] throughout. [DESCRIPTION] [DESCRIPTION] from a magazine.

One in Two Voumes. Contains extensive margin notations and underlining The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. Contains independent three photocopies that were selected

{EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Man and His Conduct: Philosophical Essays in Honor of Risieri Frondizi [AUTHOR ROLE] One of Contributors [EDITORS] Jorge J. E. Gracia [PUBLISHER] Editorial Universitaria [PUB LOCATION] Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico [DATE] 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Ethcs and the Process of Living." [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Philosophers Speak of God [EDITORS] Hartshorne, Charles and William Reese [PUBLISHER] Teh University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago [DATE] 1953 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Pantheism [SUBJECTS] Temporalistic Theism [SUBJECTS] Emanationism [SUBJECTS] Skepticism [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and specific date. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] A Covenant Challenge to Our Broken World [EDITORS] Miller, Allen O. [PUBLISHER] The Area Council [PUB LOCATION] Atlanta, Georgia [DATE] 1982 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Context of Church and World in Which We Live [SUBJECTS] The Covenant Tradition to Which We Belong [SUBJECTS] The Critical Issues in Today's Church and World [SUBJECTS] The Theology of Covenant For a Revolutionary Future

[DESCRIPTION] Foreword by James O. McCord and Designed by Douglas John Hall. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Allen O. Miller, Charles Birch, Dorothee Solle, Jorge Lara-Braud, Sergio Arce Martinez, Hans Joachim Kraus, Fred H. Klooster, Charles F. Johnston, M. Eugene Osterhaven, William Klempa, John W. Beardslee III, Arthur C. Cochrane, Charles E. Raynal III, Jurgen Moltmann, Karoly Toth, Walter Brueggemann, Douglas John Hall, Allen O. Miller, Margrethe B. J. Brown, Hugh A. Koops, William Ingram, Jorge Lara-Braud, James H. Cone, John C. Bennett, Thomas D. Parker, and Andrew Harsanyi. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Studies in the Philosophy of J. N. Findlay [AUTHOR ROLE] One of Contributors [EDITORS] Cohen, Robert S., Richard M. Martin and Merold Westphal [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany, NY [DATE] 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Wittgenstein [SUBJECTS] Hegel [SUBJECTS] Plato [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Theistic Proofs and Disproofs: The Findlay Paradox." {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Creativity in Art, Religion, and Culture [EDITORS] Mitias, Michael H. [PUBLISHER] Rodopi [PUB LOCATION] Amsterdam, The Netherlands [DATE] 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Creativity [SUBJECTS] Value [SUBJECTS] Emergence [SUBJECTS] Artistic Creativity and Pain [SUBJECTS] Aesthetics [SUBJECTS] Post-Modern Religion [SUBJECTS] Culture and Ecology [SUBJECTS] Human Loving

[DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked except some notes on his own article, "Creativity as a Value and Creativity as a Transcendental Category." Contributors are: Charles Hartshorne, Joseph Margolis, Carl R. Hausman, Warren E. Steinkraus, Michael H. Mitias, David Ray Griffin, T. W. Lewis III, Robert Ginsberg, Pete A. Y. Gunter, and Michael H. Mitias. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Process Philosophy and Christian Thought [EDITORS] Brown, Delwin, Ralph James and Gene Reeves [PUBLISHER] The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] Indianapolis and New York [DATE] 1971 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Philosophy and Theology [SUBJECTS] God [SUBJECTS] Christ [SUBJECTS] Man and Society [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "The Formally Possible Doctrines of God." [DESCRIPTION] The contributors are: George Allan, Delwin Brown, Don S. Browning, John B. Cobb, Jr., Malcolm L., Lewis S. Ford, David Griffin, Peter N. Hamilton, Charles Hartshorne, Ralph E. James, Jr., Bernard M. Loomer, Victor Lowe, Bernard E. Meland, Schubert M. Ogden, Thomas W., Gene Reeves, Donald W. Sherburne, Walter E. Stokes, S. J., and Daniel Day Williams. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Pascual, Ricardo R. [TITLE] Partyless Democracy [PUBLISHER] University of the Philippines [PUB LOCATION] Quezon City [DATE] 1952 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Democracy [SUBJECTS] Philippine Political Parties [SUBJECTS] Partyless Democracy [SUBJECTS] Educational Policies [SUBJECTS] Economic Parties [SUBJECTS] Political Transformation [DESCRIPTION] Foreword by B. M. Gonzalez. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate positive notes on the author on inside

front cover and title page. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hoyle, Fred [TITLE] Astronomy and Cosmology: A Modern Course [PUBLISHER] W. H. Freeman and Company [PUB LOCATION] San Francisco [DATE] 1975 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Astrophysics [SUBJECTS] The Solar System [SUBJECTS] Radioastronomy [SUBJECTS] Cosmology [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover contains minor notes. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Muelder, G. Walter, Laurence Sears and Anne V. Schlabach [TITLE] The Development of American Philosophy [EDITION] 2nd [PUBLISHER] Houghton Mifflin Company [DATE] 1960 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Philosophical Theology and Idealism [SUBJECTS] The Period of the American Enlightenment [SUBJECTS] Transcendentalism [SUBJECTS] Evolution [SUBJECTS] The Idealist Tradition [SUBJECTS] Pragmatism [SUBJECTS] Naturalism and Realism [SUBJECTS] Philosophy and Science [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front and back covers. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Phillips, Stephen H. [TITLE] Philosophy of Religion: A Global Approach [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] Box #37 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Divine Reality [SUBJECTS] Arguments for a Divine Reality [SUBJECTS] Mystical Experience [SUBJECTS] Religion Debunked [SUBJECTS] Evil [SUBJECTS] Religious Language [SUBJECTS] Faith Against Religion

[SUBJECTS] Religion and Ethics [SUBJECTS] Personal Destiny [SUBJECTS] Religious Pluralism [DESCRIPTION] Selections from various authors. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains major notes on inside front cover and title page. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Voskuil, Duane [TITLE] Change and the Unsurpassable: A Gender-Conscious, Process Introduction to Philosophy [PUBLISHER] Duane Voskuil [DATE] 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside back cover contains minor notes such that "looks like a fine person." {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Schweitzer, Albert [TITLE] Philosophy of Civilization [TRANSLATORS] C. T. Campion [PUBLISHER] The MacMillan Company [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1949 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Decay and the Resoration of Civilization [SUBJECTS] Civilization and Ethics [SUBJECTS] Kant, Schiller, Goethe, Schleiermacher, Hegel, Schopenhauer, and Nietzsche [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Two Process Philosophers: Hartshorne's Encounter with Whitehead [AUTHOR ROLE] One of Contributors [EDITORS] Ford, Lewis S. [PUBLISHER] American Academy of Religion [PUB LOCATION] Tallahassee, Florida [DATE] 1973 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Hartshorne's Early Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Hartshorne's Differences from Whitehead [SUBJECTS] Whitehead's Differences from Hartshorne

[SUBJECTS] Hartshorne's Interpretation of Whitehead's Methodology [SUBJECTS] Relativity Theory and Hartshorne's Dipolar Theism [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: William Lad Sessions, David R. Griffin, William M. O'Meara, Frederic F. Fost, and Charles Hartshorne. Contains Hartshorne's article, "Ideas and Theses of Process Philosophers." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Popper, Karl [TITLE] Unended Quest: An Intellectual Autobiography [PUBLISHER] Open Court Publishing Company [PUB LOCATION] La Salle and London [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Omniscience and Fallibility [SUBJECTS] The Problem of Essentialism [SUBJECTS] Marxism, Science [SUBJECTS] Science and Pseudoscience [SUBJECTS] Progressivism in Music and Art [SUBJECTS] Theory of Knowledge [SUBJECTS] Truth, Probability, Corroboration [SUBJECTS] Historicism [SUBJECTS] Objectivity and Criticism [SUBJECTS] Induction, Deduction, Objective Truth [SUBJECTS] Metaphysical Research Programes [SUBJECTS] Quantum Mechanics and Propensity [SUBJECTS] Bolzmann [SUBJECTS] Entropy [SUBJECTS] Darwinism [SUBJECTS] The Body-Mind Problem [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Boas, George [TITLE] The Heaven of Invention [PUBLISHER] The Johns Hopkins Press [PUB LOCATION] Baltimore [DATE] 1962 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Art [SUBJECTS] Nature [SUBJECTS] Society [SUBJECTS] Functionalism [SUBJECTS] History [SUBJECTS] Ideals and Values [SUBJECTS] Criticims [SUBJECTS] Cultural Relativism [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in the chapters on "Art and Nature," "The Temporal Dimension," and "The Arts and Society." Also contains extensive critical

notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Robertson, John M. [TITLE] Letters on Reasoning [PUBLISHER] Watts & Co., [PUB LOCATION] London [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Shakespearean Studies [SUBJECTS] Logic [SUBJECTS] The Problem of Free Will [SUBJECTS] The Moral Problem of Instinct [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Bergson, Henri [TITLE] Creative Evolution [TRANSLATORS] Arthur Mitchell [PUBLISHER] University Press of America [PUB LOCATION] Lanham, MD [DATE] 1983 [ORIG PUB LOC] New York [ORIG DATE] 1911 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Evolution of Life--Machanism and Teleology [SUBJECTS] The Divergent Directions of the Evolution of Life--Torpor, Intelligence, Instinct [SUBJECTS] On the Meaning of Life--The Order of Nature and the Form of Intelligence [SUBJECTS] The Cinematographical Mechanism of Thought and the Mechanistic [SUBJECTS] Illusion [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from Pete Dunter. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Richards, Robert J. [TITLE] The Meaning of Evolution: The Morphological Construction and Ideological Reconstruction of Darwin's Theory [PUBLISHER] The University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago and London [DATE] 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] The Natural History of Ideas [SUBJECTS] Evolution vs. Epigenesis in Embryogenesis [SUBJECTS] The Theory of Evolutionary Recapituation in the Context of Transscendental

[SUBJECTS] Morphology [SUBJECTS] Emergence of Evolutionary Theories of Spicies Change [SUBJECTS] Darwin's Embryological Theory of Progressive Evolution [SUBJECTS] The Meaning of Evolution and the Ideolgical Uses of History [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] Wisdom as Moderation [PUBLISHER] The Sidewalk Co. [PUB LOCATION] Japan [DATE] 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Japanese translation of Wisdom as Moderation . [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the translator. Also contains a letter from the translator, Minoru Otsuka. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Nagel, Thomas [TITLE] Mortal Questions [PUBLISHER] Cambridge University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge [DATE] 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Death [SUBJECTS] The Absurd [SUBJECTS] Moral Luck [SUBJECTS] Sexual Perversion [SUBJECTS] War and Massacre [SUBJECTS] Ruthlessness in Public Life [SUBJECTS] The Policy of Preference [SUBJECTS] Equality [SUBJECTS] The Fragmentation of Value [SUBJECTS] Ethics without Biology [SUBJECTS] Brain Bisection and the Unity of Consciousness [SUBJECTS] What is it like to be a bat? [SUBJECTS] Panpsychism [SUBJECTS] Subjective and Objective [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Philosophy and the Environmental Crisis [AUTHOR ROLE] One of Contributors [EDITORS] Blackstone, William [PUBLISHER] University of Georgia Press

[PUB LOCATION] Athens [DATE] 1974 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Environmental Ethic and the Attitude Revolution, by Eugene P. Odum [SUBJECTS] Ethics and Ecology, by William T. Blackstone [SUBJECTS] The Rights of Animals and Unborn Generations, Joel Feinberg [SUBJECTS] Man, Nature and the History of Philosophy by Walter H. O'Briant [SUBJECTS] The Environmental Crisis and the Quality of Life, Nicholas Rescher [SUBJECTS] A Philosopher Looks at the Population Bomb, Robert G. Burton [SUBJECTS] The Big Ticket: A Case Study in Attitudes toward Environment, Pete A. Y. [SUBJECTS] Gunter [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "The Environmental Results of Technology." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Popper, Karl R. [TITLE] Objective Knowledge: An Evolutionary Approach [PUBLISHER] The Clarendon Press [PUB LOCATION] Oxford [DATE] 1972 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Conjectural Knowledge [SUBJECTS] An Argument for Commonsense Realism and Against the Commonsense [SUBJECTS] Theory of Knowledge [SUBJECTS] Epistemology Without a Knowing Subject [SUBJECTS] On the Theory of the Objective Mind [SUBJECTS] The Aim of Science [SUBJECTS] Of Clouds and Clocks [SUBJECTS] Evolution and the Tree of Knowledge [SUBJECTS] A Realist View of Logic, Physics, and History [SUBJECTS] Philosophical Comments on Tarski's Theory of Truth [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout with many positive mark, "Y[es]. The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Felt, James W. S. J. [TITLE] Making Sense of Your Freedom: Philosophy for the Perplexed [PUBLISHER] Cornell University Press [PUB LOCATION] Ithaca and London [DATE] 1994

[LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] A First Look at Freedom [SUBJECTS] Why Freedom Seems Impossible [SUBJECTS] Is Comatibilism Believable? [SUBJECTS] What the Case for Determinism Fails [SUBJECTS] Fatalism, and Truth About the Future [SUBJECTS] Two Faces of Time [SUBJECTS] Causality, Time, and Agency [SUBJECTS] Becoming, Freedom, and the Problem of Evil [SUBJECTS] Your Freedom and You [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not heavily appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Prigonine, Ilya [TITLE] The End of Certainty [PUBLISHER] Free Press (Preliminary Copy) [DATE] 1997 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 33 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Epicurus' Dilemma [SUBJECTS] Only an Illusion? [SUBJECTS] From Probability to Irreversibility [SUBJECTS] The Laws of Chaos [SUBJECTS] Beyond Newton's Laws [SUBJECTS] A Unified Formulation of Quantum Theory [SUBJECTS] Our Dialogue With Nature [SUBJECTS] Does Time Preceed Existence? [SUBJECTS] A Narrow Passage [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] In the Shadow of the Past: Psychology Portrays the Sexes [EDITORS] Lewin, Miriam [PUBLISHER] Columbia University Press [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1984 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 34 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] The Power of the Past: History and the Psychology of Women, [SUBJECTS] by Barbara J. Harris [SUBJECTS] Freud's Heritage: Fathers and Daughters in German Literature [SUBJECTS] (1750-1850), by Gabriele Wickert [SUBJECTS] The Victorians, the Psychologists, and Psychic Birth Control, [SUBJECTS] Miriam Lewin [SUBJECTS] Leta Hollingworth: Toward a Sexless Intelligence, Rosalind Rosenberg

[SUBJECTS] Not Quite New Worlds: Psychologists' Conceptions of the Ideal Family [SUBJECTS] in the Twenties, J. G. Morawski [SUBJECTS] Give Me a Dozen Healthy Infants: John B. Watson's Popular Advice on [SUBJECTS] Childrearing, Women, and the Family, Ben Harris [SUBJECTS] Rather Worse Than Folly?: Psychology Measures Femininity and Masculinity, Miriam Lewin [SUBJECTS] The Theory of Male Sex Role Identity, Joseph H. Pleck [SUBJECTS] Mother: Social Sculptor and Trustee of the Faith, Susan Contratto [SUBJECTS] To Pet, Coddle, and Do For, Stephanie A. Shields [SUBJECTS] Metatheoretical Influences on Conceptions of Human Development, Kenneth J. Gergen and Suzanne Benack [SUBJECTS] The Study of Employed Mothers Over Half a Century, Lois Wladis Hoffman [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. Heavily marked on the first three articles. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Homer [TITLE] The Odyssey [TRANSLATORS] Cowper, William [PUBLISHER] J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd/ E. P. Dutton & Co [PUB LOCATION] London & Toronto/ New York [DATE] 1915 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 34 [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by F. Melian Stawell. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears the previous owner's name and minor note, but the text itself does not appear to be marked. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Homer [TITLE] The Iliad [TRANSLATORS] Lang, Leaf and Myers [PUBLISHER] MacMillan and Co., [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1914 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 34 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Altizer, Thomas J. J. [TITLE] Oriental Mysticism and Biblical Eschatology [PUBLISHER] The Westminster Press [PUB LOCATION] Philadelphia [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies

[BOX #] 34 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Greek Religion [SUBJECTS] The Prophets and the Old Testament [SUBJECTS] The Message of Jesus [SUBJECTS] Buddhism [SUBJECTS] Faith and Being [SUBJECTS] Comparative Theology [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains critical 3 page handwritten notes on inside front covers and 2 page handwriten notes on inside back cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hardy, G. H. [TITLE] A Mathematician's Apology [PUBLISHER] Cambridge University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge [DATE] 1969 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 34 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Foreword by C. P. Snow. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Capek, Milic [TITLE] Bergson and Modern Physics [EDITORS] Robert S. Cohen and Marx W. Wartofsky [PUBLISHER] D. Reidel Publishing Company [PUB LOCATION] Dordrecht, Holland [DATE] 1971 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 34 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Biological Theory of Knowledge [SUBJECTS] Theory of Duration [SUBJECTS] The Physical World and Its Relations to Contemporary Physics [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Caplan, Paula J. [TITLE] Lifting a Ton of Feathers: A Woman Guide to Surviving in the Academic World [PUBLISHER] University of Toronto Press [PUB LOCATION] Toronto/ Buffalo/ London [DATE] 1995 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 34 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout.

[DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive critical notes on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Anderson, Paul Russe and Max Fisch [TITLE] Philosophy in America: From the Puritans to James [EDITORS] Sterling P. Lamprecht [PUBLISHER] Appleton Century [PUB LOCATION] Crofts [DATE] 1939 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 34 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Samuel Johnson [SUBJECTS] Jonathan Edwards [SUBJECTS] Cadwallader Colden [SUBJECTS] Benjamin Franklin [SUBJECTS] Ethan Allen [SUBJECTS] Thomas Jefferson [SUBJECTS] John Taylor and John Adams [SUBJECTS] Thomas Cooper [SUBJECTS] Benjami Rush [SUBJECTS] Samuel Stanhope Smith [SUBJECTS] Ralph Waldo Emerson [SUBJECTS] John C. Calhoun [SUBJECTS] Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz and John Fiske [SUBJECTS] Charles Sanders Peirce [SUBJECTS] William Torrey Harris [SUBJECTS] Josiah Royce [SUBJECTS] William James [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and minor notes. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside back cover. {MULTIVOLUME BOOK} [AUTHORS] Peirce, Charles Sanders [TITLE] Collected Papers on Charles Sanders Peirce [SERIES TITLE] Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce [EDITORS] Hartshorne, Charles and Paul Weiss [NUM VOLUMES] 8 [VOLUME] All volumes [PUBLISHER] Cambridge [PUB LOCATION] Harvard University Press [DATE] 1932-1958 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 34 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Vol. 1: General Historical Orientation, The Classification of the Sciences, [SUBJECTS] Phenomenology, The Normative Sciences [SUBJECTS] Vol. 2: General and Historical Survey of Logic, Speculative

Grammar, [SUBJECTS] Critical Logic [SUBJECTS] Vol. 3: Boole's Calculus, Logical Analysis, Algebra of Logic, the Logic of Relatives [SUBJECTS] Infinitesimals, Nomenclature and Divisions of Dyadic Relations [SUBJECTS] Vol. 4: Logic and Mathematics, Existential Graphs, The Amazing Mazes [SUBJECTS] Vol. 5: Pragmatism [SUBJECTS] Vol. 6: Ontology and Cosmology, Religion [SUBJECTS] Vol. 7: Experimental Science, Scientific Method, Philosophy of MInd [SUBJECTS] Vol. 8: Review and Correspondence [DESCRIPTION] All volumes in this box. Two copies of volumes 1 and 6. Vol 78, edited by Arthur W. Burks. The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and minor notes. Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [TITLE] Harvard College Class of 1921 -- 25th Anniversary Report [PUBLISHER] Harvard University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, MA [DATE] 1946 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The book contains Hartshorne's record and photo of Harvard class of 1921. The text does not appear to be marked, but the inside front contains minor margin notes. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] James, William [TITLE] Some Problems of Philosophy: A Beginning of An Introduction to Philosophy [PUBLISHER] Longmans, Green and Co. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1931 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Philosophy and Its Critics [SUBJECTS] The Problems of Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] The Problem of Being [SUBJECTS] Percept and Concept [SUBJECTS] The One and the Many [SUBJECTS] The Problem of Novelty [SUBJECTS] Novelty and the Infinite [SUBJECTS] Novelty and Causation [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears the previous owner's name and the

date. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Biographia Literaria [EDITORS] Samuel Taylor [PUBLISHER] J. M. Dent & Sons [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1913 [LOCATION] Center for Process [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The text itself inside front cover bears Hartshornes

Ltd. Studies does not appear to be marked, but the name and specific date.

{BOOK} [AUTHORS] Kingsley, Charles [TITLE] Hypatia or New Foes with an Old Face [PUBLISHER] J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd. [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1913 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Browning, Robert [TITLE] The Ring and the Book [PUBLISHER] J. M. Dent & Sons [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1919 [LOCATION] Center for Process [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The text itself inside front cover bears Hartshornes

Ltd. Studies does not appear to be marked, but the name.

{EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Wordsworth, William [TITLE] Poems [EDITORS] Edward Dowden [PUBLISHER] Ginn & Company/ The Athenaeum Press [PUB LOCATION] Boston/London [DATE] 1898 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive critical notes on inside front cover.

{BOOK} [AUTHORS] Fielding, Henry [TITLE] The History of Tom Jones: A Foundling vol 1. [PUBLISHER] J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd [PUB LOCATION] London/Toronto [DATE] 1918 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] De Quincey, Thomas [TITLE] Reminiscences of the English Lake Poets [PUBLISHER] J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd. [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1911 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and specific date, but the text itself does not appear to be marked. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Goldsmith, Oliver [TITLE] The Poems and Plays of Oliver Goldsmith [PUBLISHER] J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd. [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1914 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Austin Bobson. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and specific date. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Rhys, Ernest [TITLE] The New Golden Treasury of Songs & Lyrics [PUBLISHER] J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd. [PUB LOCATION] London [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Burns, Robert [TITLE] The Poems and Songs of Robert Burns [PUBLISHER] J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd.

[PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1915 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by James Douglas. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name, but the text itself does not appear to be marked. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Coleridge's Essays & Lectures on Shakspeare & Some Other Old Poet & Dramatists [PUBLISHER] J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1911 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name, specific date, and minor notes, but the text itself does not appear to be marked. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lewis Carroll [TITLE] Alice's Adventures In Wonderland Through the Looking-Glass and The Hunting of the Snark [PUBLISHER] The Modern Library [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1924 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Alexander Woollcott. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains four page handwritten notes on inside back cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The History of Tom Jones: A Foundling vol 2 [EDITORS] Henry Fielding [PUBLISHER] J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd. [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1918 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Arnold, Matthew [TITLE] The Poems of Matthew Arnold: 1840-1866

[PUBLISHER] J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1912 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and specific date. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hardy, Thomas [TITLE] Far From the Madding Crowd [PUBLISHER] Harper & Brothers Publishers [PUB LOCATION] New York and London [DATE] 1895 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name, specific date, and minor notes, but the text itself does not appear to be marked. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Fiedler, H. G. [TITLE] Das Oxforder Buch Deutscher Dichtung: vom 12ten bis zum 20sten Jahrhundert [PUBLISHER] Oxford University Press [PUB LOCATION] Oxford [DATE] 1911 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Forword by Gerhart Hauptmann. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and specific date. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Dictionary of Philosophy [EDITION] First [EDITORS] Dagobert D. Runes [PUBLISHER] Philosophical Library [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1942 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and specific date.

{BOOK} [AUTHORS] Peattie, Donald Culross [TITLE] Green Laurels: The Lives and Achievements of the Great Naturalists [PUBLISHER] Simon and Schuster [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1936 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Philosophy of Gabriel Marcel [EDITORS] Schilpp, Paul Arthur and Lewis Edwin Hahn [PUBLISHER] Open Court [PUB LOCATION] La Salle, Illinois [DATE] 1984 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Theistic Existentialism [SUBJECTS] Sartre [SUBJECTS] Buber [SUBJECTS] Heidegger [DESCRIPTION] Contains critical minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Marcel on God and Causality" and Marcel's "Reply to Charles Hartshorne." [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: E. M. Cioran, Henry G. Bugbee, Sam Keen, Erwin W. Straus, Michael A. Machado, Alfred O. Schmitz, Otto Friedrich Bollnow, Pietro Prini, Gene Reeves, John B. O'Malley, Leo Gabriel, Richard M. Zaner, John E. Smith, Charles Hartshorne, Kenneth T. Gallagher, John V. Vigorito, Hans A. Fischer-Barnicol, Robert Lechner, Paul Ricoeur, Garth J. Gillan, John D. Glenn, Jr., Julian Marias, Donald M. MacKinnon, and Francois H. Lapointe. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] Man's Vision of God and the Logic of Theism [PUBLISHER] Harper & Brothers Publishers [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1941 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Formally Possible Doctrines

[SUBJECTS] A Program for Philosophical Theology [SUBJECTS] The Two Strands in Historical Theology [SUBJECTS] God and Righteousness [SUBJECTS] The Theological Analogies and the Cosmic Organism [SUBJECTS] God and the Beautiful [SUBJECTS] The Divine Self-Creation [SUBJECTS] The Subject of All Change [SUBJECTS] The Necessarily Existent [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Dorothy Hartshorne's name and date, but the text does not appear to be heavily marked. {MULTIVOLUME BOOK} [TITLE] Philosophical Aspects of Thanatology [EDITORS] Hetzler, Florence M. and Austin H. Kutscher [NUM VOLUMES] 1-2 [VOLUME] 1 [PUBLISHER] MSS Information Corporation [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Augustine on Death [SUBJECTS] The Fear of Death [SUBJECTS] Art and Death [SUBJECTS] Immortality of Mind [SUBJECTS] Death and Omega [SUBJECTS] Brancusi and Death [SUBJECTS] Cosmic Humanism [SUBJECTS] Wittgenstein on Death [SUBJECTS] Kierkegaard's View of Time [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "The Acceptance of Death." [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: John E. Smith, Frederick L. Bender, Arnold Berleant, Clarence H. Carter, James P. Carse, Mary T. Clark, Leslie Dewart, Stephen A. Erickson, Morris Grossman, Charles Hartshorne, Florence M. Hetzler, Jose Huertas-Jourda, Walter Kaufmann, Ervin Laszlo, George A. Maloney, John J. McNeill, Winfield E. Nagley, Robert Neville, Tretie Paleolog, Vasile Paleolog, Oliver L. Reiser, Robert J. Roth, Warren Shibles, Robert A. Smith III, J. Heywood Thomas, Vivienne Thaul Wechter, and Hilja and Roger Wescott. {MULTIVOLUME BOOK} [TITLE] Philosophical Aspects of Thanatology [EDITORS] Hetzler, Florence M. and Austin H. Kutscher [NUM VOLUMES] 1-2 [VOLUME] 2 [PUBLISHER] MSS Information Corporation [PUB LOCATION] New York

[DATE] 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Linguistic Analysis and Death-Talk [SUBJECTS] Death in Modern Lutheran and Catholic Theology [SUBJECTS] Hegelian Viewpoint of Death [SUBJECTS] Epicurus [SUBJECTS] The Survival of the Dead [SUBJECTS] William James Against Suicide [SUBJECTS] Freedom from Death [SUBJECTS] A Pragmatic Approach to Death [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "A Philosophy of Death." [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Garry M. Brodsky, James P. Carse, Jere W. Clark, Frances I. Delany, John Donnelly, L. O. Dorn, H. tristram Engelhardt, Jr., Jewis S. Ford, Marjorie Suchocki, Charles Hartshorne, Yeager Hudson, Henry W. Johnstone, Jr., Joseph Kupfer, Jung Young Lee, Jesse A. Mann, Christopher F. Mooney, Paul R. Neureiter, Joseph Owens, Sidney J. Parnes, Andrew J. Reck, George M. Schurr, F. J. Smith, John W. Swanke, Wilfred VerEecke, Barbara E. Wall, Paul Wienpahl, Thomas E. Wren, and Edith Wyschogrod. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Theology and Bioethics: Exploring the Foundations and Frontiers [EDITORS] Shelp, Earl E. [PUBLISHER] D. Reidel Publishing Company [PUB LOCATION] Dordrecht/Boston/Lancaster/Tokyo [DATE] 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 35 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Theology, Science, and Bioethics [SUBJECTS] Foundations and Frontiers in Religious Bioethics [SUBJECTS] Religious Reasoning About Bioethics and Medical Practice [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Scientific and Religious Aspects of Bioethics." Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially major in George P. Schner's article, "Theology and Science: Their Difference as a Source of Interaction in Ethics." [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: LeRoy Walters, George P. Schner, Charles Hartshorne, H. Tristram Engelhardt, Jr., William K. Frankena, Basil Mitchell, Richard A. McCormick, Langdon Gilkey, Douglas Sturm, Margaret A. Farley, Mark Juergensmeyer, Stanley Hauerwas, James F. Childress, Ronald M. Green, David H. Smith, Paul Lehmann, and John B. Cobb, Jr. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Darwin, Charles [TITLE] Origin of Species [PUBLISHER] P. F. Collier And Son [PUB LOCATION] New York

[LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Variation Under Domestication [SUBJECTS] Variation Under Nature [SUBJECTS] Struggle For Existence [SUBJECTS] Natural Selection; Or The Survival of the Fittest [SUBJECTS] Laws of Variation [SUBJECTS] Difficulties of the Theory [SUBJECTS] Miscellaneous Objections to the Theory of Natural Selection [SUBJECTS] Instinct [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Dashti, Ali [TITLE] In Search of Omar Khayyam [TRANSLATORS] L. P. Elwell-Sutton [PUBLISHER] Columbia University Press [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1971 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Persian Studies [SUBJECTS] Khayyam [SUBJECTS] Quatrains [SUBJECTS] Dual Transcendence [SUBJECTS] Freedom [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] Anselm's Discovery: A Re-Examination of the Ontological Proof for [TITLE] God's Existence [PUBLISHER] Open Court [PUB LOCATION] La Salle, ILL [DATE] 1965 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Anselm's Proof in New Perspective [SUBJECTS] Critique on Caunilo, St. Thomas, Descartes, Cassendi, Hobbes, Spinoza, [SUBJECTS] Cudworth, Leibniz, Hume, Kant, Hegel, Feuerbach, Flint, Hocking, Royce, [SUBJECTS] Santayana, Collingwood, Reichenbach, Findlay, Hartman, Berg, Shaffer, [SUBJECTS] Scholz, and Fitch. [DESCRIPTION] Contains a letter from Oxford University Press concerning permission to reprint. Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout.

{EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Whitehead and the Idea of Process [AUTHOR ROLE] One of Contributors [EDITORS] Holz, Harald and Ernest Wolf-Gazo [PUBLISHER] Verlag Karl Alber [PUB LOCATION] Freiburg/Munchen [DATE] 1984 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Whitehead' Aktualitat [SUBJECTS] Sprachphilosophie [SUBJECTS] Naturphilosophie und Erkenntnistheorie [SUBJECTS] Evolution und Genetische Psychologie [SUBJECTS] Philosophische Theologie [SUBJECTS] Kunstphilosophie und Asthetik [SUBJECTS] Geschichte der Philosophie [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Whitehead as Central but not Sole Process Philosopher." Contains minor margin notations and underlining. Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. Contains one separate sheet on Hartshorne's conference schedule with heavily marked notes. Contributors are: Victor Lowe, Charles Hartshorne, Von Harald Holz, Jan Van der Veken, Keiji Matsunobu, Von Ernest Wolf-Gazo, Lewis Ford, Masterman, Leclerc, Cobb, Hammerschmidt, Emmet, Felt, Canevi, Rensch, Hendrichs, Fetz, Geyer, Welker, Pailiin, Veken, Wiehl, Wolf-Gazo, Hubbeling, Welten S. J., Holz, Rapp, and Martin. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hudson, Derek [TITLE] Lewis Carroll [PUBLISHER] ST. Edmundsbury Press Ltd [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1995 [ORIG PUBLISHER] Constable and Company [ORIG PUB LOC] London [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Biography of Lewis Carroll [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front cover and preface. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Spencer, Theodore

[TITLE] Shakespeare and the Nature of Man [EDITION] 2nd [PUBLISHER] MacMillan [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1961 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Man in Nature: the Optimistic Theory [SUBJECTS] Man in Nature: the Renaissance Conflict [SUBJECTS] The Dramatic Convention and Shakespeare's Early Use of It [SUBJECTS] Hamlet and Troilus and Cressida [SUBJECTS] Othello and King Lear [SUBJECTS] Macbeth and Antony and Cleopatra [SUBJECTS] Shakespeare's Last Plays [SUBJECTS] Literature and the Nature of Man [DESCRIPTION] Lowell Lectures of 1942. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Marias, Julian [TITLE] History of Philosophy [TRANSLATORS] Stanley Appelbaum and Clarence C. Strowbridge [PUBLISHER] Dover Publications, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1967 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Greek Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Christianity [SUBJECTS] Medieval Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Modern Philosophy [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout, but especially major in the parts on "Greek Philosophy,"Husserl," and "Heidegger." Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Paul Tillich: Retrospect and Future [EDITORS] T. A. Kantonen [PUBLISHER] Abingdon Press [PUB LOCATION] Nashville and New York [DATE] 1966 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Tillich and the Nature of Transcendence [SUBJECTS] Tillich and the Nontheological Meanings of Theological Terms [SUBJECTS] Paul Tillich: Theologian of Culture [SUBJECTS] Tillich's Christology and Historical Research [SUBJECTS] The Question Tillich Left Us

[DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. Introduction by T. A. Kantonen. Contains Hartshorne's article, "Tillich and the Nontheological Meanings of Theological Terms." Contributors are: Nels F. S. Ferre, Charles Hartshorne, John Dillenberger, James C. Livingston, and Joseph Haroutunian. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] Born To Sing: An Interpretation and World Survey of Bird Song [PUBLISHER] Indiana University Press [PUB LOCATION] Bloomington, Indianapolis [DATE] 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Aesthetic Analogy as Scientific Hypothesis [SUBJECTS] Animal Music in General [SUBJECTS] Bird Song Compared to Human Music [SUBJECTS] Imitative Singing and Chatter [SUBJECTS] Describing Songs [SUBJECTS] Measuring Song [SUBJECTS] The Monotony [SUBJECTS] Song Development and Amount of Singing [SUBJECTS] Oscines [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hazelett, Richard and Dean Turner [TITLE] Benevolent Living: Tracing the Roots of Motivation to God [PUBLISHER] Hope Publishing House [PUB LOCATION] Pasadena [DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Motivation of Righteous Conduct [SUBJECTS] Socialism as a Motivating Force [SUBJECTS] The Cradle of Science [SUBJECTS] Evolution or Creation? [SUBJECTS] Universal Design [SUBJECTS] The Two Levels of Ethical Motivation [SUBJECTS] Self-Consistency [SUBJECTS] Ethics and the Cosmos [SUBJECTS] Coherence, Truth, and Reality [SUBJECTS] And This, Too, Shall Pass Away? [SUBJECTS] Appreciation and Self-Esteem [SUBJECTS] Pooled Egotism [SUBJECTS] Music and Romantic Love [SUBJECTS] Humanistic Love Is Not Enough [SUBJECTS] Rules and Rights [SUBJECTS] Freedom of the Will [SUBJECTS] The Stuff of Motivation

[SUBJECTS] The Benign Quality of Pleasure [SUBJECTS] Joy, Spark of the Infinite [SUBJECTS] Cultivation of Morality [SUBJECTS] Homiletic Epilogue [DESCRIPTION] Foreword and Postscript by Hartshorne. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Capon, Robert Farrar [TITLE] The Third Peacock: The Goodness of God and the Badness of the World [PUBLISHER] Image Books [PUB LOCATION] Garden City, New York [DATE] 1972 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Theodicy [SUBJECTS] Let Me Tell You Why [SUBJECTS] Take Stock [SUBJECTS] The Heart of the Problem [SUBJECTS] Which Requires a Chapter by Itself [SUBJECTS] Time Out [SUBJECTS] Into the Divine Complicity [SUBJECTS] The Hat on the Invisible Man [SUBJECTS] The Rest of Our Journey [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Whitehead, A. N. [TITLE] The Principles of Natural Knowledge [EDITION] 2nd [PUBLISHER] Cambridge University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge [DATE] 1955 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Meaning [SUBJECTS] The Foundations of Dynamical Physics [SUBJECTS] Scientific Relativity [SUBJECTS] Congruence [SUBJECTS] The Natural Elements [SUBJECTS] Events [SUBJECTS] Objects [SUBJECTS] Principles of the Method of Extensive Abstraction [SUBJECTS] Durations, Moments and Time-Systems [SUBJECTS] Finite Abstractive Elements [SUBJECTS] Points and Straight Lines [SUBJECTS] Normality and Congruence [SUBJECTS] Motion [SUBJECTS] The Location of Ojbects [SUBJECTS] Material Objects

[SUBJECTS] Causal Components [SUBJECTS] Figures [SUBJECTS] Rhythms [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] The Divine Relativity: A Social Conception of God [PUBLISHER] Yale University Press [PUB LOCATION] New Haven, CT [DATE] 1948 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] God as Supreme, Yet Indebted to All [SUBJECTS] God as Absolute, Yet Related to All [SUBJECTS] The Divine Attributes as Types of Social Relationship [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] Man's Vision of God [PUBLISHER] Archon Books [PUB LOCATION] Hamden, Connecticut [DATE] 1964 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] The Formally Possible Doctrines [SUBJECTS] A Program for Philosophical Theology [SUBJECTS] The Two Strands in Historical Theology [SUBJECTS] God and Righteousness [SUBJECTS] The Theological Analogies and the Cosmic Organism [SUBJECTS] God and the Beautiful [SUBJECTS] The Divine Self-Creation [SUBJECTS] The Subject of All Change--Cosmological Argument [SUBJECTS] The Necessarily Existent--Ontological Argument [SUBJECTS] Pantheism, Transcendental Relativity, and the Trinity [DESCRIPTION] He revises title of the book from "Man's Vision of God" to "Our Human Vision of God." Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially heavily marked in Preface. Also contains extensive notes on inside front cover. The inside titlepage bears Hartshornes name and specific date. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] The Social Conception of the Universe [EDITORS] Keiji Matsunobu

[PUBLISHER] Aoyama [PUB LOCATION] Japan [DATE] 1967 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Social Conception of the Universe [SUBJECTS] Harmony in Life and Nature [SUBJECTS] Elements of Truth in the Group-Mind Concepts [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Keiji Matsunobu. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] The Logic of Perfection [PUBLISHER] Open Court Publishing Company [PUB LOCATION] LaSalle, Illinois [DATE] 1973 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] The Ontological or Moral Proofs for God's Existence [SUBJECTS] Theism as an Integral Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Three Strata of Meaning in Religious Discourse [SUBJECTS] Two Views of the Logic of Theism [SUBJECTS] Freedom Requires Indeterminism and Universal Causality [SUBJECTS] A World of Organisms [SUBJECTS] Mind, Matter, and Freedom [SUBJECTS] Science, Insecurity, and the Abiding Treasure [SUBJECTS] Time, Death, and Everlasting Life [SUBJECTS] Total Unity in Russian Metaphysics: Some Reactions to Zenkovsky's and Lossky's Histories [SUBJECTS] Some Empty Though Important Truths [SUBJECTS] The Unity of Man and the Unity of Nature [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Sriewarakul, Warayutha [TITLE] Hartshorne on God: A Defense [PUBLISHER] Chulalongkorn University [PUB LOCATION] Thai [DATE] 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Hartshorne's Panentheism [SUBJECTS] Criticisms of Hartshorne's Panentheism [SUBJECTS] A Defense of Hartshorne's Panentheism [DESCRIPTION] A Ph. D. Dissertation about Hartshorne's notion of God. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout.

[DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive positive notes on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Creative Interchange [EDITORS] Broyer, John A and Wm. S. Minor [PUBLISHER] Southern Illinois University Press [PUB LOCATION] Carbondale and Edwardsville [DATE] 1982 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Henry Nelson Wieman [SUBJECTS] Wieman's Empiricism [SUBJECTS] Creative Interchange [SUBJECTS] Mysticism [SUBJECTS] Wieman and Marx [SUBJECTS] Buddhist Themes in Wieman's view of Creative Interchange [DESCRIPTION] The text does not appear to be marked, but inside front cover contains minor notes. Contains Hartshore's article, "Creative Interchange and Neoclassical Metaphysics." Introduction by Wm. S. Minor. Contributors are: Larry E. Axel, Archie J. Bahm, John Albin Broyer, Larry R. Cobb, John William Davis, Tsung-I Dow, S. Morris Eames, Erle W. Fitz, William Gerber, Norman L. Grover, Lewis E. Hahn, James G. Henderson, Cedric L. Hepler, Ronald L. Hirschbein, Gary E. Kessler, Clark A. Kucheman, Michael J. Lazarin, Kristian Leer-Salvesen, Bernard E. Meland, David Lee Miller, David Louis Miller, Mary Minella, William S. Minor, Willis Moore, Richard R. Mussard, Charles L. Palmgren, Howard L. Parsons, George Kimball Plochmann, Larry D. Rinehart, Herbert W. Schneider, Marvin C. Shaw, and Otis M. Walter. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] John Cobb's Theology in Process [EDITORS] Griffin, David Ray and Thomas J. J. Altizer [PUBLISHER] The Westminster Press [PUB LOCATION] Philadelphia [DATE] 1977 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] John Cobb's Theological Method: Interpretation and Reflections [SUBJECTS] Spiritual Existence as God-Transcending Existence [SUBJECTS] Pluralism and Finality in Structures of Existence [SUBJECTS] The Courage to Leave: A Response to John Cobb's Theology [SUBJECTS] From a Buddhist Point of View [SUBJECTS] Cobb's Theology of Ecology [SUBJECTS] Somatic Ethics: Joy and Adventure in the Embodied Moral Life [SUBJECTS] A Liberal Logos Christology: The Christology of John Cobb [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining.

[DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. Contains Hartshorne's article, "Cobb's Theology of Ecology." [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Thomas J. J. Altizer, John B. Cobb Jr., David Ray Griffin, Charles Hartshorne, Traugott Koch, Robert Neville, Wolfhart Pannenberg, David P. Polk, Takao Tanaka, David Tracy, and Clark M. Williamson. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Kenneth E. Appel [TITLE] Resources for Living--A Postscript [PUBLISHER] Privately printed [DATE] 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Bennett, F. S. M. [TITLE] Expecto: An Essay towards A Biology of the World to Come [PUBLISHER] Phillipson and Golder Ltd./ Simpkin, Marshall & Co. Ltd. [PUB LOCATION] Chester/ London [DATE] 1926 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] The World We Live In [SUBJECTS] Organic Evolution's Mental Concomitant [SUBJECTS] Through Christian Telescopes [SUBJECTS] Along the Curve [SUBJECTS] Expecto [DESCRIPTION] Foreword by J. Y. Simpson. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside back cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Katz, Jerrold J. [TITLE] The Metaphysics of Meaning [PUBLISHER] The Mit Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, Massachusetts [DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Wittgenstein's Critique of Theories of Meaning [SUBJECTS] Wittgenstein on Rule Following [SUBJECTS] Kripke on Rule Following [SUBJECTS] Quine's Arguments against Intensionalist Semantics [SUBJECTS] The Domino Theory [SUBJECTS] The Naturalistic Fallacy [SUBJECTS] The Problems of Philosophy

[DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. Also contains extensive notes on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] God, Values, and Empiricism: Issues in Philosophical Theology [EDITORS] Peden, Creighton and Larry E. Axel [PUBLISHER] Mercer University Press [PUB LOCATION] Macon, Georgia [DATE] 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Ethical Monotheism [SUBJECTS] William H. Bernhardt [SUBJECTS] Pluralism [SUBJECTS] Bernard Loomer [SUBJECTS] Whitehead [SUBJECTS] William James [SUBJECTS] Meland [SUBJECTS] Reinhold Niebuhr [SUBJECTS] Bernhardt [SUBJECTS] Charles F. Potter [SUBJECTS] Herbert of Cherbury [SUBJECTS] F. E. Abbot [SUBJECTS] Josiah Royce [SUBJECTS] Langdon Gilkey [DESCRIPTION] Preface by Creighton Peden and Larry Axel. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. Contains Hartshorne's article, "A Dual Theory of Theological Analogy." [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Larry Axel, Edward Barrett, Francis Brush, Harley Chapman, Donald Crosby, William Dean, Douglas Fox, Nancy Frankenberry, Charley Hardwick, Yeager Hudson, Tyron Inbody, Dell Johnson, James Kirk, Konstantin Kolenda, Randolph Miller, Charles Milligan, Mason Olds, David Pailin, Creighto Peden, John K. Roth, William Shaw, Frederick Sontag, Jerome Stone, J. Alton Templin, William Tremmel, and James Woelfel. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Philosophical Essays for Alfred North Whitehead [EDITORS] Otis H. Lee [PUBLISHER] Longmans, Green and Co. [PUB LOCATION] London/ New York/ Toronto [DATE] 1936 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] "The Mathematical Background and Content of Greek Philosophy" [SUBJECTS] "The One and the Many in Plato" [SUBJECTS] "An Introduction to the De Modis Significandi of Thomas of Erfurt" [SUBJECTS] "Truth by Convention" [SUBJECTS] "Logical Positivism and Speculative Philosophy"

[SUBJECTS] "The Nature and Status of Time and Passage" [SUBJECTS] "Causality" [SUBJECTS] "The Compound Individual" [SUBJECTS] "The Good" [DESCRIPTION] Essays by a group of Whitehead's students. Contributors are: F. S. C. Northrop, Raphael Demos, Scott Buchanan, Willard V. Quine, Henry S. Leonard, Paul Weiss, K. Kerby-Miller, Charles Hartshorne, and Otis H. Lee. Contains Hartshorne's article, "The Compound Individual." [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and minor notes. [DESCRIPTION] Critical notes on Quine's article in the table of contents. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Schweitzer, Albert [TITLE] Zwischen Wasser und Urwald [PUBLISHER] C. H. Beck'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung [PUB LOCATION] Munchen [DATE] 1926 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears the previous owner's name and minor notes. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Process Philosophy and Christian Thought [EDITORS] Brown, Delwin, Ralph E. James Jr., and Gene Reeves [PUBLISHER] The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] Indianapolis and New York [DATE] 1971 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Philosophy and Theology [SUBJECTS] God [SUBJECTS] Christ [SUBJECTS] Man and Society [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. Contains Hartshorne's article, "The Formally Possible Doctrines of God." The contributors are: George Allan, Delwin Brown, Don S. Browning, John B. Cobb, Jr., Malcolm L., Lewis S. Ford, David Griffin, Peter N. Hamilton, Charles Hartshorne, Ralph E. James, Jr., Bernard M. Loomer, Victor Lowe, Bernard E. Meland, Schubert M. Ogden, Thomas W., Gene Reeves, Donald W. Sherburne, Walter E. Stokes, S. J., and Daniel

Day Williams. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Welker, Michael [TITLE] Universalitat Gottes und Relativitat der Welt: Theologische Kosmologie im Dialog mit dem amerikanischen Prozessdenken nach Whitehead [PUBLISHER] Neukirchener Verlag [PUB LOCATION] Germany [DATE] 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 36 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Universalitat Gottes und das Problem einer theologischen Kosmologie [SUBJECTS] Die Relativitat von Welt und Gott: Whiteheads nachneuzeitliche Kosmologies [SUBJECTS] Gott und die objektive Unsterblichkeit [SUBJECTS] Realitat Gottes und Relativitat der Welt: Die amerikanische Prozesstheologie [SUBJECTS] Unser Vater im Himmel [SUBJECTS] Dein Name werde geheiligt [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Paul Weiss [TITLE] Philosophy in Process vol. 9 [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany, New York [DATE] 1986 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Process Philosophy: Basic Writings [EDITORS] Sibley, Jack R. and Pete A. Y. Gunter [PUBLISHER] University Press of America [PUB LOCATION] Washington D. C. [DATE] 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 37 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Selections on process philosophies. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author.

[DESCRIPTION] Contains three Hartshorne's articles, "Present Prospects for Metaphysics," "A World of Organisms," and "Beyond Enlightened SelfInterest: A Metaphysics of Ethics," including Preface. Contributors are: Henri Bergson, A. N. Whitehead, Henry Nelson Wieman, William James, Lloyd Morgan, Charles Hartshorne, Jan Smuts, Milic Capek, John Spencer, Daniel Day Williams, Bernard Meland, John Cobb, John Dewey, and Bernard Loomer. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Ford, Lewis S. [TITLE] The Emergence of Whitehead's Metaphysics: 1925-1929 [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany, New York [DATE] 1984 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 37 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] The Composition of Science and the Modern World [SUBJECTS] The First Metaphysical Synthesis [SUBJECTS] The Emergence of Temporal Atomicity [SUBJECTS] The Chapter on "Abstraction" [SUBJECTS] The Chapter on "God" [SUBJECTS] Religion in the Making [SUBJECTS] The Metaphysics of 1926-27 [SUBJECTS] The Giffords Draft [SUBJECTS] The Final Revisions [SUBJECTS] Recapitulation [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate critical notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] The Logic of Perfection [PUBLISHER] Open Court [PUB LOCATION] La Salle, Illinois [DATE] 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 37 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Ontological or Moral Proofs for God's Existence [SUBJECTS] Theism as an Integral Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Three Strata of Meaning in Religious Discourse [SUBJECTS] Two Views of the Logic of Theism [SUBJECTS] Freedom Requires Indeterminism and Universal Causality [SUBJECTS] A World of Organisms [SUBJECTS] Mind, Matter, and Freedom [SUBJECTS] Science, Insecurity, and the Abiding Treasure [SUBJECTS] Time, Death, and Everlasting Life [SUBJECTS] Total Unity in Russian Metaphysics: Some Reactions to Zenkovsky's

and Lossky's Histories [SUBJECTS] Some Empty Though Important Truths [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Schedler, Norbert O [TITLE] Philosophy of Religion: Contemporary Perspectives [PUBLISHER] MacMillan Publishing Co., Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1974 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 37 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] The Contemporary Situation: Gift or Chaos? [SUBJECTS] Theology as the Recital of God's Mighty Acts: Outmoded Myths or Eternal [SUBJECTS] Truths? [SUBJECTS] Existentialism: Good-Luck Charm of Theism or New Humanism? [SUBJECTS] Analytic Philosophy: Linguistic Veto? [SUBJECTS] Atheism: Failure of Nerve or Rational Belief? [SUBJECTS] Process Thoght: Toward a New Theism? [SUBJECTS] Rumor of Angels: New Forms of Transcendence [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "The Modern World and a Modern View of God." Contributors are: Robert Jay Lifton, Michael Novak, Harvey Cox, Will Herberg, Mircea Eliade, Rudolf Bultmann, Sam Keen, Norbert O. Schedler, Robert McAfee Brown, Jean-Paul Sartre, Albert Camus, Paul Tillich, Paul Edwards, Ronald Hepburn, Norbert O. Schedler, Kai Nielsen, John Hick, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Donald Evans, Langdon Gilkey, Edward H. Madden, John Hick, Kai Nielsen, Erich Fromm, Delwin Brown, Ian G. Barbour, L. Bryant Keeling, Charles Hartshorne, Lewis S. Ford, Michael Novak, Sam Keen, Abraham Maslow, Huston Smith, and Carl Braaten. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Philosophy of Karl Popper [EDITORS] Schilpp, Paul Arthur [PUBLISHER] Open Court [PUB LOCATION] La Salle, Illinois [DATE] 1974 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 37 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Autobiography of Karl Popper [SUBJECTS] Descriptive and Critical Essays on the Philosophy of Karl Popper [SUBJECTS] "Replies to My Critics," by Karl Popper

[DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes of on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Robert, Jon H. [TITLE] Darwinism and the Divine in America: Protestant Intellectuals and Organic Evolution, 1859-1900 [PUBLISHER] The University of Wisconsin Press [PUB LOCATION] Dadison, Wisconsin [DATE] 1988 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 37 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] "The Firmament Sheweth His Handywork": Darwin's Theory in Its [SUBJECTS] Theological Context [SUBJECTS] "Science, Falsely So Called": The Assault on the Scientific Merits of the [SUBJECTS] Theory of Organic Evolution [SUBJECTS] "In the Twinkling of an Eye": From Naturalist Ploy to Scientific Theory [SUBJECTS] "Put on the Whole Armor of God": The Theological Critique [SUBJECTS] "Canst Thou by Searching Find Out God?": The Protestant Evolutionists' [SUBJECTS] Defense of Theism [SUBJECTS] "Where Is the Place of Understanding?": The Protestant Evolutionists [SUBJECTS] and Religious Knowledge [SUBJECTS] "What Is Man, That Thou Art Mindful of Him?": The Protestant [SUBJECTS] Evolutionists and Christian Doctrine [SUBJECTS] "Get Thee Hence, Satan": Continued Opposition to the Theory of [SUBJECTS] Organic Evolution [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Bickerton, Derek [TITLE] Language and Species [PUBLISHER] University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago & London [DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 37 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Origins of Language [SUBJECTS] The Continuity Paradox [SUBJECTS] Language as Representation: The Atlas [SUBJECTS] Language as Representation: The Itineraries [SUBJECTS] The Origins of Representational Systems [SUBJECTS] The Fossils of Language [SUBJECTS] The World of the Protolanguage [SUBJECTS] From Protolanguage to Language

[SUBJECTS] Mind, Consciousness, and Knowledge [SUBJECTS] The Nature of the Species [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Alpern, Henry [TITLE] The March of Philosophy [PUBLISHER] The Dial Press, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1933 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 37 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Greek or Ancient Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Modern Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Five Doctrines of Philosophy: Materialism, Idealism, Pragmatism, [SUBJECTS] Intuitionism, Neo-Realism [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes on inside front cover and title page. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Bowlby, John [TITLE] Charles Darwin: A New Life [PUBLISHER] W.W.Norton & Company [PUB LOCATION] New York/ London [DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 37 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Biography of Charles Darwin [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] Whitehead's Philosophy (In Japanese) [PUBLISHER] The Walk Way Co. [PUB LOCATION] Japan [DATE] 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 37 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Rescher, Nicholas

[TITLE] The Strife of Systems: An Essay on the Grounds and Implications of Philosophical Diversity [PUBLISHER] University of Pittsburgh Press [PUB LOCATION] Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania [DATE] 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 37 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Problem of Philosophical Diversity [SUBJECTS] Philosophy and Paradox: The Pivotal Role of Aporetic Clusters [SUBJECTS] Why Antinomies Pervade Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Escaping Inconsistency via Distinctions [SUBJECTS] Developmental Dialectics [SUBJECTS] Cognitive Values and Antinomy Resolution [SUBJECTS] Orientational Pluralism: The Inevitability of Value Diversity [SUBJECTS] The Range of Reason [SUBJECTS] What Orientational Pluralism Means for Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Truth and Reality: Ramifications of Relativism [SUBJECTS] Is There Progress in Philosophy? The Problem of Unattainable [SUBJECTS] Consensus [SUBJECTS] Reactions to Pluralism [SUBJECTS] More on Scepticism and Syncretism [SUBJECTS] Prescriptive Versus Descriptive Metaphilosophy [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive critical notes on inside front cover and title page. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Philosophy for a Changing Society [EDITORS] Peden, Creighton and Augusta College [PUBLISHER] Advocate Publishing Group [PUB LOCATION] Reynoldsburg, Ohio [DATE] 1983 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 37 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Values in Our Developing World [SUBJECTS] Establishing Positive Direction [SUBJECTS] Freedom and Determinism [SUBJECTS] Equality and Justice [SUBJECTS] War [SUBJECTS] Liberalism [SUBJECTS] Insights from the Changing "Left" [SUBJECTS] Civil Liberties, Civil Disobedience and Violence [SUBJECTS] Women's Liberation [SUBJECTS] "Rights" in a Changing Society [SUBJECTS] Notes from Different Drums [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked but contains Hartshorne's article, "Obligability and Determinism." Also contains minor notes on inside front cover.

{BOOK} [AUTHORS] Castaneda Jr., Edmundo C. [TITLE] The World of Feeling-Experience: An Analysis of Charles Hartshorne's [TITLE] Psychicalism [PUBLISHER] Katholieke Universiteit Leuven [PUB LOCATION] Leuven [DATE] 1999 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 37 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Phenomenological Account of Feeling-Experience [SUBJECTS] The Metaphysical Consideration of Feeling-Experience [SUBJECTS] The Pervasiveness of Felling-Experience [SUBJECTS] The Ontology of Feeling-Experience in Relation to Some Philosophical [SUBJECTS] Problems [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Scharfstein, Ben-Ami [TITLE] Amoral Politics: The Persistent Truth of Machiavellism [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany, New York [DATE] 1995 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 37 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] The Machiavellis Introduced [SUBJECTS] The Machiavellian Legalism of Ancient China [SUBJECTS] The Machiavellian Political Science of Ancient India [SUBJECTS] The Machiavellism of Renaissance Italy [SUBJECTS] Machiavellism Everywhere? [SUBJECTS] Moral Abstractions and Human Realities [SUBJECTS] Nonutopian Observations [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Wilson, Edward O. [TITLE] Biophilia [PUBLISHER] Harvard University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, Massachusetts [DATE] 1984 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 37 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Bernhardsdorp [SUBJECTS] The Superorganism [SUBJECTS] The Time Machine [SUBJECTS] The Bird of Paradise

[SUBJECTS] The Poetic Species [SUBJECTS] The Serpent [SUBJECTS] The Right Place [SUBJECTS] The Conservation Ethic [SUBJECTS] Surinam [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive positive notes on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Kurt Godel [TITLE] Collected Works Vol. 3 [EDITORS] Solomon Feferman, John W. Dawson, Jr., Warren Goldfarb, Charles Parsons, and Robert N. Solovay [PUBLISHER] Oxford University Press [PUB LOCATION] New York/ Oxford [DATE] 1995 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 38 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Recursive Function Theory [SUBJECTS] Intuitionism [SUBJECTS] Mathematical Logic [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Sagan, Carl [TITLE] Contact [PUBLISHER] Simon and Schuster [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 38 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Transcendental Numbers [SUBJECTS] Decryption Algorithm [SUBJECTS] Random Access [SUBJECTS] The One-Delta Isomer [SUBJECTS] Superunification [SUBJECTS] Naked Singularity [SUBJECTS] Causality [SUBJECTS] Gilgamesh [DESCRIPTION] A Novel. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] The inside title pagebears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Philosophy of Mathematics: Selected Readings

[EDITORS] Benacerraf, Paul and Hilary Putmam [PUBLISHER] Prentice-Hall, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey [DATE] 1964 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 38 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Foundations of Mathematics [SUBJECTS] The Existence of Mathematical Objects [SUBJECTS] Mathematical Truth [SUBJECTS] Wittgenstein on Mathematics [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Paul Benacerraf and Hilary Putnam. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front cover. Contains 4 page notes at the end of Introduction. Contributors are: Rudolf Carnap, Arend Heyting, Johann von Neumann, L. E. J. Brouwer, Cottlob Frege, Bertrand Russell, David Hilbert, Haskell B. Curry, Georg Kreisel, W. V. Quine, Nelson Goodman, Kurt Godel, William P. Alston, Paul Bernays, Alfred Jules Ayer, Ernest Nagel, Carl G. Hempel, D. A. T. Gasking, Hector-Neri Castaneda, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Alan Ross Anderson, Michael Dummett, and Paul Bernays. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Nature of Metaphysical Knowledge: Studies In Metaphysics vol 4 [EDITORS] McLean, F. George and Hugo Meynell [PUBLISHER] University Press of America [PUB LOCATION] Lanham/ New York/ London [DATE] 1988 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 38 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Approaches and Methods [SUBJECTS] Implications and Tasks of Metaphysics for Science, Ethics, and History [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Some Principles of Procedure in Metaphysics." Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and specific date. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Ivor Leclerc, Reiner Wiehl, Richard Martin, Richard L. Barber, Andre Mercier, Evandro Agazzi, Mario Bunge, Kurt Hubner, Ernan McMullen, Johannes Lotz, and T. A. Roberts. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Kuklick, Bruce [TITLE] The Rise of American Philosophy: Cambridge, Massachusetts 18601930

[PUBLISHER] New Haven and London [PUB LOCATION] Yale University Press [DATE] 1977 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 38 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Josiah Royce [SUBJECTS] Hugo Munsterberg [SUBJECTS] George Herbert Palmer [SUBJECTS] William James [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lowe, Victor [TITLE] Alfred North Whitehead: The Man and His Work vol.1: 1861-1910 [PUBLISHER] The Johns Hopkins University Press [PUB LOCATION] Baltimore, Maryland [DATE] 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 38 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Introduction [SUBJECTS] The Whiteheads [SUBJECTS] Childhood [SUBJECTS] Sherborne [SUBJECTS] Student at Cambridge [SUBJECTS] Mathematics at Cambridge [SUBJECTS] The Cambridge Apostles [SUBJECTS] The Young Mathematician [SUBJECTS] Whitehead's Thirtieth Year [SUBJECTS] The Married Mathematician [SUBJECTS] Bertrand Russell [SUBJECTS] Principia Mathematica [SUBJECTS] "On Mathematical Concepts of the Material World" [SUBJECTS] Last Years in Cambridge [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contains a saperate book review of the book by A. J. Ayer. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Victor Lowe [TITLE] Alfred North Whitehead: The Man and His Work vol. 2: 1910-1947 [EDITORS] J. B. Schneewind [PUBLISHER] The Johns Hopkins University Press [PUB LOCATION] Baltimore, Maryland [DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 38 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Whitehead's First Years in London [SUBJECTS] 1914-1918 [SUBJECTS] Whitehead on Education [SUBJECTS] Last Years in England [SUBJECTS] First Philosophical Publications

[SUBJECTS] "Pan-Physics": Whitehead's Philosophy of Natural Science [SUBJECTS] Migration to Harvard [SUBJECTS] A New Philosophy of Nature [SUBJECTS] Religion [SUBJECTS] The Atypical English Philosopher [SUBJECTS] Gifford Lecturer [SUBJECTS] Fame [SUBJECTS] Whitehead's Philosophy as I See It [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Jonas, Hans [TITLE] Philosophical Essays: From Ancient Creed to Technological Man [PUBLISHER] Prentice-Hall Inc. [PUB LOCATION] Englewood Cliff, New Jersey [DATE] 1974 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 38 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Science, Technology, and Ethics [SUBJECTS] Organism, Mind, and History [SUBJECTS] Religious Thought of the First Christian Centuries [DESCRIPTION] Jonas' Essays from the years between 1965 and 1973. Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Gardner, Martin [TITLE] The New Ambidextrous Universe: Symmetry and Asymmetry from Mirror Reflections to Superstrings [EDITION] 3rd Revised [PUBLISHER] W. H. Freeman and Company [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 38 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Time [SUBJECTS] Space [SUBJECTS] Nature [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Philosophy of George Santayana [EDITORS] Schilpp, Paul Arthur [PUBLISHER] Northwestern University [PUB LOCATION] Evanston and Chicago [DATE] 1940 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 38 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked

[SUBJECTS] Santayana's Autobiography [SUBJECTS] Descriptive and Critical Essays on the Philosophy of George Santayana [SUBJECTS] The Philosopher Replies [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and specific date. [DESCRIPTION] Contains a negative expression, "I dislike this man [Santayana] and his picture. C. H." on title page. Cotains Hartshorne's article, "Santayana's Doctrine of Essence." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Tsanoff, Radoslav A. [TITLE] The Great Philosophers [EDITION] 2nd [PUBLISHER] Harper & Row, Publishers [PUB LOCATION] New York/Evanston/London [DATE] 1964 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 38 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Philosophers of Classical Antiquity [SUBJECTS] The Doctors and Saints of Medieval Christian Philosophy [SUBJECTS] The Earlier Modern Philosophers [SUBJECTS] The Philosophers of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Towne, Edgar A. [TITLE] Two Types of New Theism: Knowledge of God in the Thought of Paul Tillich and Charles Hartshorne [PUBLISHER] Peter Lang Publishing Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1997 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 38 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Mystical Realism: The Structure of Tillich's Thought [SUBJECTS] Dialectical Realism: The Ontological Dimension of God [SUBJECTS] Self-Transcending Realism: The Theological Dimension of God [SUBJECTS] Panpsychic Idealism: The Structure of Hartshorne's Thought [SUBJECTS] Transcendent Relativity: The Ontological Dimension of God [SUBJECTS] Immanental Absoluteness: The Theological Dimension of God [SUBJECTS] Two Types of New Theism Today [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] The inside title page bears a dedicatory inscription from the author.

{BOOK} [AUTHORS] Moskop, John C. [TITLE] Divine Omniscience and Human Freedom: Thomas Aquinas and Charles Hartshorne [PUBLISHER] Mercer University Press [PUB LOCATION] Macon, Georgia [DATE] 1984 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 38 [SUBJECTS] Omniscience and Human Freedom [SUBJECTS] The Doctrine of Eternal Knowledge [SUBJECTS] The Doctrine of Eternal Will and Action [SUBJECTS] Hartshorne's Dipolar Conception of God [DESCRIPTION] Foreword by Charles Hartshorne. [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. Also contains a separate letter from the author. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Witness and Existence: Essays in Honor of Schubert M. Ogden [EDITORS] Devenish, Philip E. and George L. Goodwin [PUBLISHER] The University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago/ London [DATE] 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 38 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be heavily marked, but contains Hartshorne's article, "Metaphysical and Empirical Aspects of the Idea of God." The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and minor notes. Contributors are: Willi Marxsen, Hans Dieter Betz, Victor Paul Furnish, David Tracy, B. A. Gerrish, Van A. Harvey, John B. Cobb Jr., Maurice Wiles, and Franklin I. Gamwell. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Logic, God and Metaphysics [EDITORS] Harris, James Franklin [PUBLISHER] Kluwer Academic Publishers [PUB LOCATION] Dordrecht, The Netherlands [DATE] 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 38 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] The Aesthetic Dimensions of Religious Experience [SUBJECTS] Can Whitehead's God be Rescued from Process Theism? [SUBJECTS] God and Process [SUBJECTS] On Divine Perfection [SUBJECTS] God, Eternality, and the View from Nowhere [SUBJECTS] Religious Pluralism and the Ground of Religious Faith [SUBJECTS] Models, Modality, and Natural Theology

[SUBJECTS] Some New Problems for Constructive Speculation [SUBJECTS] Regions, Boundaries, and Points [SUBJECTS] Logical Construction, Whitehead, and God [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and specific date. [DESCRIPTION] Contains an expression, "Harris my enemy" on Table of Contents. Contains Hartshorne's article, "The Aesthetic Dimensions of Religious Experience." Contributors are: Lewis S. Ford, Rem B. Edwards, William L. Power, James F. Harris, Eugene T. Long, John T. Dunlap, Lucio Chiaraviglio, R. Lance Factor, and Bowman L. Clarke. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Bergson and Modern Thought: Toward a Unified Science [EDITORS] Papanicolaou, Andrew C. and Pete A. Y. Gunter [PUBLISHER] Harwood Academic Publishers [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1987 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Epistemology [SUBJECTS] Neuropsychology [SUBJECTS] Psychology [SUBJECTS] Toward A Unified Science: Philosophical and Scientific Evaluations [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in his article, "Bergson's Aesthetic Creationism Compared to Whitehead's." Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Pete A. Y. Gunter, Andrew G. Bjelland, Jean Millet, James W. Felt, Andrew C. Papanicolaou, Milic Capek, Karl H. Pribram, Arthur L. Benton, Athanase Tzavaras, Frank Barron, Charles R. Schmidtke, Mari Riess Jones, Robert G. Jahn, Brenda J. Dunne, Henry P. Stapp, Oliver Costa de Beauregard, George Wald, Leonard J. Eslick, and Charles Hartshorne. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] A Rational FAith: Essays in Honnor of Rabbi Levi A. Olan [EDITORS] Bemporad, Jack [PUBLISHER] KTAV Publishing House, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1977 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Subject and Object [SUBJECTS] Abba Hillel Silver [SUBJECTS] Philo [SUBJECTS] Whitehead [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining.

[DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the editor. Contains Hartshorne's article, "Whitehead's Metaphysical System." Introduction by Gerald J. Klein. Contributors are: Samuel Atlas, Bernard Bamberger, Jack Bemporad, William C. Braude, Carleton B. Chapman, Leon Feuer, Norman Hackerman, Charles Hartshorne, Schubert M. Ogden, Samuel Sandmel, David Shakow, Decherd Turner, and Levi A. Olan. {BOOK} [TITLE] Great Speeches: Abraham Lincoln [EDITION] Dover Trift Editions [PUBLISHER] Dover Publications, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Historica Notes by John Grafton. Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Also contains extensive personal reflective notes on inside front and back covers, which he calls "good sppeches not great speeches." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles and William L. Reese [TITLE] Philosophers Speak of God [EDITION] Midway Reprint [PUBLISHER] The University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago & London [DATE] 1976 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Pantheism [SUBJECTS] Temporalistic Theism [SUBJECTS] Emanationism [SUBJECTS] Skepticism [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes on inside front and back covers. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Orientation by Disorientation: Studies in Literary Criticism and Biblical Literary Criticism: Presented in Honor of William A. Beardslee [EDITORS] Spencer, Richard A. [PUBLISHER] The Pickwick Press [PUB LOCATION] Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania [DATE] 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Toward Defining Literary Criticism [SUBJECTS] A Discipline in Ferment [SUBJECTS] Literary Analysis of Biblical Materials

[DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be heavily marked, but the inside front cover contains moderate notes. Contributors are: Thomas J. J. Altizer, Hendrikus Boers, Martin J. Buss, John Dominic Crossan, Robert C. Culley, Charles T. Davis III, Robert Detweiler, William G. Doty, Leander E. Keck, Edgar V. McKnight, Norman R. Petersen, Robert M. Polzin, Richard A. Spencer, Robert C. Tannehill, Dan O. Via, Jr., and Amos N. Wilder. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] ...And More About God [EDITORS] Rogers, Lewis M. and Charles H. Monson, Jr. [PUBLISHER] University of Utah Press [PUB LOCATION] Salt Lake City [DATE] 1969 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Bible and Religion [SUBJECTS] The Existence of God [SUBJECTS] Evil [SUBJECTS] Immortality [SUBJECTS] Freedom of the Will [SUBJECTS] Religious Knowledge [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be heavily marked but contains Hartshorne's article, "Religious Aspects of Necessity and Contingency." Contributors are: Peter C. Appleby, David W. Bennett, Rudolf Bultmann, Kenneth E. Eble, Charles Hartshorne, Richard G. Henson, A. L. Hilliard, James L. Jarrett, William P. Kent, H. J. McCloskey, Sterling M. McMurrin, Charles H. Monson Jr., Waldemer P. Read, Lewis M. Rogers, Roy Wood Sellars, Walter T. Stace, Obert C. Tanner, F. R. Tennant, and William N. Whisner, {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Whitehead, Alfred North [TITLE] Religion in the Making [PUBLISHER] The MacMillan Company [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1926 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Religion in History [SUBJECTS] Religion and Dogma [SUBJECTS] Body and Spirit [SUBJECTS] Truth and Criticism [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and specific date.

{BOOK} [AUTHORS] Whitehead, Alfred North [TITLE] Essays in Science and Philosophy [PUBLISHER] Philosophical Library [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1948 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Immortality [SUBJECTS] Mathematics and the Good [SUBJECTS] Process and Reality [SUBJECTS] John Dewey [SUBJECTS] Uniformity and Contingency [SUBJECTS] Physical Synthesis [SUBJECTS] Axioms of Geometry [SUBJECTS] Indication, Classes, Numbers, Validation [SUBJECTS] Einstein's Theory [DESCRIPTION] Contains autobiographical notes. Contains moderate margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in the chapter on "Mathematics and the Good." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Whitehead, Alfred North [TITLE] Science and the Modern World [PUBLISHER] The MacMillan Company [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1925 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Origin of Modern Science [SUBJECTS] Mathematics As An Element in the History of Thought [SUBJECTS] The Century of Genius [SUBJECTS] The Eighteenth Century [SUBJECTS] The Romantic Reaction [SUBJECTS] The Nineteenth Century [SUBJECTS] Relativity [SUBJECTS] The Quantum Theory [SUBJECTS] Science and Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Abstraction [SUBJECTS] God [SUBJECTS] Religion and Science [SUBJECTS] Requisites for Social Progress [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front and back covers. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Russell, Bertrand [TITLE] Human Knowledge: Its Scope and Limits [PUBLISHER] George Allen and Unwin Ltd. [PUB LOCATION] London

[DATE] 1948 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The World of Science [SUBJECTS] Language [SUBJECTS] Science and Perception [SUBJECTS] Scientific Concepts [SUBJECTS] Probability [SUBJECTS] Postulates of Scientific Inference [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] American Philosophers at Work: The Philosophic Scene in the United States [EDITORS] Hook, Sidney [PUBLISHER] Criterion Books [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1956 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Some Empty Though Important Truths: A Preface to Metaphysics," but the book itself does not much appear to be marked. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Responsibilities to Future Generations: Environmental Ethics [EDITORS] Partridge, Ernest [PUBLISHER] Prometheus Books [PUB LOCATION] Buffalo, New York [DATE] 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Foreword by Stewart L. Udall. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Russell, Bertrand [TITLE] An Outline of Philosophy [PUBLISHER] The World Publishing Company [PUB LOCATION] Cleveland, Ohio [DATE] 1963 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Man From Without [SUBJECTS] The Physical World [SUBJECTS] Man From Within

[SUBJECTS] The Universe [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Russell, Bertrand [TITLE] The Problem of Philosophy [PUBLISHER] Henry Holt and Company/ Williams And Norgate [PUB LOCATION] New York/ London [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Appearance and Reality [SUBJECTS] The Existence of Matter [SUBJECTS] The Nature of Matter [SUBJECTS] Idealism [SUBJECTS] Knowledge by Acquaintance and Knowledge by Description [SUBJECTS] On Induction [SUBJECTS] On Our Knowledge of General Principles [SUBJECTS] How A Priori Knowledge is Possible [SUBJECTS] The World of Universals [SUBJECTS] On Our Knowledge of Universals [SUBJECTS] On Intuitive Knowledge [SUBJECTS] Truth and Falsehood [SUBJECTS] Knowledge, Error, and Probable Opinion [SUBJECTS] The Limits of Philosophical Knowledge [SUBJECTS] The Value of Philosophy [DESCRIPTION] A series of Home University Library of Modern Knowledge. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and some notes. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Many-Faced Argument [EDITORS] Jick, John H. and Arthur C. McGill [PUBLISHER] The Macmillan Company [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1967 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Anselm [SUBJECTS] The Argument of the Existence of God [DESCRIPTION] Includes Hartshorne's articles, "What Did Anselm Discover?" and "The Irreducibly Modal Structure of the Argument." [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining throughout, but heavily on John Hick's article, "A Critique of the Second Argument." [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears the previous owner's name, the date, and some critical remarks. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Anselm, Gaunilo, McGill, Beckaert, Barth, Hayen, Stolz, Hick, Russell, Shaffer, Ryle, Harris, Forest, Malcolm, and Hartshorne.

{BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] Aquinas to Whitehead: Seven Centuries of Metaphysics of Religion [PUBLISHER] Marquette University Publications [PUB LOCATION] Milwaukee [DATE] 1976 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Aquinas [SUBJECTS] Whitehead [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Faith and Creativity: Essays in Honor of Eugene H. Peters [EDITORS] Nordgulen, George and George W. Shields [PUBLISHER] CBS Press [PUB LOCATION] St. Louis, Missouri [DATE] 1987 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] Process Thought [SUBJECTS] Theology and Philsophy of Religion [SUBJECTS] Philosophic Method [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in Peters' "Eugene Herbert Peters: A Biographical Note" and Hartshorne's article, "A Metaphysics of Universal Freedom." Contributors are: Damaris Peters, Charlese Hartshorne, Lewis S. Ford, John B. Cobb, Jr., Schubert M. Ogden, David Ray Griffin, Clark Williamson, George Nordgulen, Donald Wayne Viney, Theodore Vitali, and George W. Shields. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Whitehead, Alfred North [TITLE] The Interpretation of Science: Selected Essays [EDITORS] A. H. Johnson [PUBLISHER] The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] Indianapolis/ New York [DATE] 1961 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] The Philsophy of Science [SUBJECTS] The Relevance of Natural Science to Education and Religion [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics and the Evaluation of Natural Science [DESCRIPTION] A book of the Library of Liberal Arts no. 117. [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by A. H. Johnson. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout.

{BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] Wisdom as Moderation: A Philosophy of the Middle Way [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany, New York [DATE] 1987 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Mean and the False Extremes [SUBJECTS] Moderation in Theory of Knowledge and Philosophy of Religion [SUBJECTS] Extremes in Everyday Life [SUBJECTS] The Aesthetic Meaning of Death [SUBJECTS] Bias in Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Religion as Acceptance of our Fragmentariness [SUBJECTS] Can We Transcend our Animality? [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics Contributes to Ornithology [SUBJECTS] Ethical Rights of Non-human Animals [SUBJECTS] The Future of Our Species [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] 100 Best-Loved Poems [EDITORS] Smith, Philip [PUBLISHER] Dover Publications, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1995 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Viney, Donald Wayne [TITLE] The Life and Thought of Charles Hartshorne [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Includes positive notes on front cover. [DESCRIPTION] Also includes a independant letter from Viney to Hartshorne. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Plato [TITLE] The Dialogues of Plato [TRANSLATORS] B. Jowett [PUBLISHER] Random House [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1937

[LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Timaeus [SUBJECTS] Critias [SUBJECTS] Parmenides [SUBJECTS] Theaetetus [SUBJECTS] Sophist [SUBJECTS] Statesman [SUBJECTS] Philebus [SUBJECTS] Laws [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Raphael Demos. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Jeffers, Robinson [TITLE] The Selected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers [PUBLISHER] Random House [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1938 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and specific date. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] The Logic of Perfection and Other Essays in Neoclassical Metaphysics [PUBLISHER] Open Court Publishing Company [PUB LOCATION] LaSalle, Illinois [DATE] 1962 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 39 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] The Ontological or Moral Proofs for God's Existence [SUBJECTS] Theism as an Integral Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Three Strata of Meaning in Religious Discourse [SUBJECTS] Two Views of the Logic of Theism [SUBJECTS] Freedom Requires Indeterminism and Universal Causality [SUBJECTS] A World of Organisms [SUBJECTS] Mind, Matter, and Freedom [SUBJECTS] Science, Insecurity, and the Abiding Treasure [SUBJECTS] Time, Death, and Everlasting Life [SUBJECTS] Total Unity in Russian Metaphysics: Some Reactions to Zenkovsky's and Lossky's Histories [SUBJECTS] Some Empty Though Important Truths [SUBJECTS] The Unity of Man and the Unity of Nature

[DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains minor notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Wolfson, Harry Austryn [TITLE] The Philosophy of the Kalam [PUBLISHER] Harvard University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, MA/ London [DATE] 1976 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 40 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Kalam [SUBJECTS] Attributes [SUBJECTS] Koran [SUBJECTS] Islam and Christianity [SUBJECTS] Creation of the World [SUBJECTS] Atomism [SUBJECTS] Causality [SUBJECTS] Predestination and Free Will [SUBJECTS] What Is New in the Kalam? [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The International Authors and Writers Who's Who [EDITION] 8th [EDITORS] Gaster, Adrian [PUBLISHER] International Biographical Centre [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, England [DATE] 1977 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 40 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's section. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Peirce Charles S. [TITLE] Writings of Charles S. Peirce Vol. I [EDITORS] Fisch, Max H. [PUBLISHER] Indiana University Press [PUB LOCATION] Bloomington [DATE] 1982 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 40 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Philosophy of Karl Popper [EDITORS] Schilpp, Paul Arthur

[PUBLISHER] Open Court [PUB LOCATION] LaSalle, Illinois [DATE] 1974 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 40 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Autobiography of Karl Popper [SUBJECTS] Descriptive and Critical Essays on the Philosophy of Karl Popper [SUBJECTS] Karl Popper's Replies to His Critics" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Levinson, Ronald B. [TITLE] The Defense of Plato [PUBLISHER] Harvard University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge [DATE] 1953 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 40 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Attack on Plato [SUBJECTS] The Literary Artist [SUBJECTS] Two Sources for Knowledge of Plato the Man [SUBJECTS] Mental and Moral Stature [SUBJECTS] Outlook on Sex and Marriage [SUBJECTS] Plato and Humanitarianism [SUBJECTS] Plato and the Ethico-Political Issues of His Time [SUBJECTS] Was Plato an Abnormal Personality? [SUBJECTS] Was Plato a Totalitarian? [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Foundations of Ethics [EDITORS] Rouner, Leroy S. [PUBLISHER] University of Notre Dame Press [PUB LOCATION] Notre Dame & London [DATE] 1984 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 40 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Christianity and Modern Culture [SUBJECTS] Issues in Philosophical Ethics [SUBJECTS] Ethics in a World Community [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the editor. Contributors are: John R. Silber, Charles Davis, John Howard Yoder, Walter G. Muelder, Lynda Sharp Paine, Edward W. James, Sissela Bok, Daniel R. DeNicola, John B. Carman, Steven T. Katz, Roger S. Gottlieb, and Robert S. Cohen. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Bolles, Edmund Blair

[TITLE] A Second Way of Knowing: The Riddle of Human Perception [PUBLISHER] Prentice Hall Press [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 40 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The War Between the Physicalists and the Humanists [SUBJECTS] The Key to Meaning [SUBJECTS] Perception and the Everyday [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Phillips Adam [TITLE] On Kissing Tickling and Being Bored: Psyhoanalytic Essays on the Unexamined Life [PUBLISHER] Harvard University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, MA [DATE] 1993 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 40 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] On Tickling [SUBJECTS] First Hates: Phobias in Theory [SUBJECTS] On Risk and Solitude [SUBJECTS] On Composure [SUBJECTS] Worring and Its Discontents [SUBJECTS] Returning the Dream: In Memoriam Masud Khan [SUBJECTS] On Being Bored [SUBJECTS] Looking at Obstacles [SUBJECTS] Plotting for Kisses [SUBJECTS] Playing Mothers: Between Pedagogy and Transference [SUBJECTS] Psycholanalysis and Idolatry [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] The Zero Fallacy and Other Essays in Neoclassical Philosophy [EDITORS] Mohammad Valady [PUBLISHER] Open Court [PUB LOCATION] Chicago and LaSalle, Illinois [DATE] 1997 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 40 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Ornitho-philosophical Discourse [SUBJECTS] Some Theological Mistakes [SUBJECTS] Democracy and Religion [SUBJECTS] Classical Theism [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] Logic of Ultimate Contrasts [SUBJECTS] Minds and bodies

[SUBJECTS] Perception and the Concrete Abstractness of Science [SUBJECTS] The Zero Fallacy in Philosophy [SUBJECTS] An Epistemological Inquiry [SUBJECTS] The Illusions of Egoism [SUBJECTS] Aesthetic Value [SUBJECTS] Individual Differences and the Ideal of Equality [DESCRIPTION] Contains two copies of the book. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front and back covers. [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Mohammad Valady. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Agassi, Joseph [TITLE] The Continuing Revolution: A History of Physics from the Greek to Einstein [PUBLISHER] McGraw-Hill Book Company [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1968 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 40 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Aristarchus to Copernicus [SUBJECTS] Galileo [SUBJECTS] Science Versus Superstition [SUBJECTS] Descartes [SUBJECTS] Bacon, Boyle, and Newton [SUBJECTS] Einstein [SUBJECTS] Leibniz [SUBJECTS] Faraday [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Kaminsky, Jack [TITLE] Language and Ontology [PUBLISHER] Southern Illinois University Press/ Feffer & Simons, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] Carbondale and Edwardsville/ London and Amsterdam [DATE] 1969 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 40 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Language and Ontology [SUBJECTS] Karl Popper [SUBJECTS] P. F. Strawson [SUBJECTS] Quine [SUBJECTS] Carnap [SUBJECTS] The Function of Language [SUBJECTS] Logic and Ontology [SUBJECTS] Subject and Predicate [SUBJECTS] Descriptive Sentences [SUBJECTS] Synonymity [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout.

{BOOK} [AUTHORS] Nobo, Jorge [TITLE] Whitehead's Metaphysics of Extension and Solidarity [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany, NY [DATE] 1986 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 40 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Solidarity and the Categories [SUBJECTS] The Principle of Relativity [SUBJECTS] The Principles of Ontology and Creativity [SUBJECTS] Creativity, Eternal Objects, and God [SUBJECTS] The Extensive Continuum [SUBJECTS] Objectification, Position, and Self-Identity [SUBJECTS] Extensional Solidarity and the Dative Phase [SUBJECTS] Solidarity and Individuality [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The College Journey: An Introduction to the Fields of College Study [EDITORS] Levinson, Ronald B. [PUBLISHER] Thomas Nelson and Sons [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1938 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 140 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Mathematics and the Natural Sciences [SUBJECTS] The Social Sciences [SUBJECTS] The Humanities [SUBJECTS] Mathematics and the Natural Sciences [SUBJECTS] The Social Sciences [SUBJECTS] The Humanities [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears Hartshorne's name and specific date. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Martin, R. M. [TITLE] Belief, Existence, and Meaning [PUBLISHER] New York University Press/ University of London Presee, Ltd. [PUB LOCATION] New York/ London [DATE] 1969 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 40 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Sue Generis [SUBJECTS] Knowing and Believing [SUBJECTS] Events and Propositions

[SUBJECTS] Frege's Sinne [SUBJECTS] Pragmatics and Epistemics [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] A Process Theory of Medicine: Interdisciplinary Essays [EDITORS] Ford, Marcus P. [PUBLISHER] The Edwin Mellen Press [PUB LOCATION] Lewiston/Queenston [DATE] 1987 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 40 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article "Mind and Body: A Special Case of Mind and Mind." {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Philosophy of Brand Blanshard [EDITORS] Schilpp, Paul Arthur [PUBLISHER] Open Court [PUB LOCATION] LaSalle, Illinois [DATE] 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 41 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Office of Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Ethics [SUBJECTS] Political Theory [SUBJECTS] Philosophy of Education [SUBJECTS] Theory of Knowledge [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] Philosophy of Religion [DESCRIPTION] A series of the Library of Living Philosophers. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Understandig as Seeing to Be Necessary." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Reese, William L. [TITLE] Dictionary of Philosophy and Religion: Eastern and Western Thought [EDITION] New and Enlarged [PUBLISHER] Humanities Press [PUB LOCATION] New Jersey [DATE] 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 41 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout.

[DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front cover and title page. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Schopenhauer, Arthur [TITLE] Philosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer [TRANSLATORS] Belfort Bax and Bailey Saunders [PUBLISHER] Tudor Publishing Co. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1933 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 41 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Ideal and Real [SUBJECTS] The History of Philosophy [SUBJECTS] The Method of Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Thing-In-Itself and Phenomenon [SUBJECTS] Pantheism [SUBJECTS] Ethics [SUBJECTS] Indestructibility [SUBJECTS] Suicide [DESCRIPTION] Portraits of Niezsche and Schopenhauer by caricaturist Loriot. [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by James Gibson Hume. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. Special interest on the subjects, Kant and Pantheism. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Meaning, Truth, and God: Boston University Studies in Philosophy and Religion vol. 3 [EDITORS] Rouner, Leroy S. [PUBLISHER] Universit of Notre Dame Press [PUB LOCATION] Notre Dame & London [DATE] 1982 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 41 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Logic of Theological Inquiry [SUBJECTS] Religious Belief and Social Process [SUBJECTS] The Reality of God [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Grounds for Believing in God's Existence." [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Charles Hartshorne, David B. Burrell, Robert R. Williams, [DESCRIPTION] Paul Ricoeur, John B. Cobb, Jr., Howard Clark Kee, John E. Smith, [DESCRIPTION] Marx W. Wartofsky, J. N. Findlay, Ernest L. Fortin, and Thomas F. O'Meara. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining.

{EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Metaphysical Belief [EDITORS] Macintyre, Alasdair and Ronald Gregor Smith [PUBLISHER] SCM Press LTD [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1957 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 41 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Contemporary Scientific Mythology, by Stephen Toulmin [SUBJECTS] Poetry and Religious Belief, by Ronald W. Hepburn [SUBJECTS] The Logical Status of Religious Belief, by Alasdair MacIntyre [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Nasr, Seyyed Hossein [TITLE] Three Muslim Sages [PUBLISHER] Harvard University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, MA [DATE] 1964 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 41 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Avicenna [SUBJECTS] Suhrawardi [SUBJECTS] Ibn Arabi [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [TITLE] The Fragile "WE": Ethical Implications of Heidegger's Being and Time [PUBLISHER] Northwestern University Press [PUB LOCATION] Evanston, Illinois [DATE] 1994 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 41 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Heidegger's Critique of Morality [SUBJECTS] The Existentialist Interpretation: Authentic Being-unto-Death [SUBJECTS] and the Authority of the Individual [SUBJECTS] The Historicist Interpretation [SUBJECTS] The Cosmopolitan Intepretation [SUBJECTS] I and We: Fundamental Ontology and the Liberalism/Communitarianism [SUBJECTS] Debate [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive critical notes on inside front cover. Contains a critical sentence on front cover such that: "To Many people

neither Heidegger nor Vogel are very important. I knew H. and was not greatly impressed. C. H." {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Founders of Constructive Postmodern Philosophy [EDITORS] Griffin, David Ray [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany, New York [DATE] 1993 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 41 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Charles Sanders Peirce [SUBJECTS] William James [SUBJECTS] Henry Bergson [SUBJECTS] Alfred North Whitehead [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: David Ray Griffin, Peter Ochs, Marcus P. Ford, Pete A. Y. [DESCRIPTION] Gunter, John B. Cobb, Jr., and David Ray Griffin. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Essential Peirce: Selected Philosophical Writings vol. 2 (18931913) [EDITORS] The Peirce Edition Project [PUBLISHER] Indiana University Press [PUB LOCATION] Bloomington and Indianapolis [DATE] 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 41 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Pragmatism [SUBJECTS] Immortality [SUBJECTS] Reality of God [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Weiss, Paul [TITLE] Modes of Being vol. 1 [PUBLISHER] Southern Illinois University Press [PUB LOCATION] Carbondale, Illinois [DATE] 1958 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 41 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Four Modes: Actuality, Ideality, Existence, and God [SUBJECTS] The Negative Route [SUBJECTS] The Modes Together: Being, Understanding, and the Cosmos [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK}

[TITLE] Religious Experience and Process Theology: The Pastoral Implications of a Major Modern Movement [EDITORS] Cargas, Harry James and Bernard Lee [PUBLISHER] Paulist Press [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1976 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 41 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Process Theology and New Testament [SUBJECTS] Process Theology and Systematic Theology [SUBJECTS] Process Theology and Pastoral Care [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front cover. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: John Robert Baker, William A. Beardslee, Delwin Brown, John B. Cobb, Jr., Robert M. Cooper, Robert E. Doud, David A. Fleming, Eugene Fontinell, Lewis S. Ford, David Griffin, Joseph M. Hallman, Charles Hartshorne, J. Gerald Janzen, Bernald Lee, Bernard M. Loomer, Robert B. Mellert, Schubert M. Ogden, Richard H. Overman, G. Palmer Pardington III, Norman Pittenger, and Jan Van der Veken. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Cobb, John B. Jr. [TITLE] A Christian Natural Theology: Based on the Thought of Alfred North Whitehead [PUBLISHER] The Westminster Press [PUB LOCATION] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [DATE] 1965 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 41 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] An Introduction to Whitehead's Philosophy [SUBJECTS] The Human Soul [SUBJECTS] Mas As Responsible Being [SUBJECTS] Whitehead's Doctrine of God [SUBJECTS] A Whiteheadian Doctrine of God [SUBJECTS] Religion [SUBJECTS] The Theological Task [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Relevance of Charles Peirce [EDITORS] Freeman, Eugene [PUBLISHER] The Hegeler Institute [PUB LOCATION] La Salle, Illinois

[DATE] 1983 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 41 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. Also contains moderate notes and page numbers on inside back cover. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "A Revision of Peirce's Categories." [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Max H. Fisch, John E. Smith, Eugene Freeman, Karl Popper, Charles Hartshorne, John Boler, Jaakko Hintikka, T. L. Short, James F. Harris & Kevin Hoover, William J. Gavin, Mihai Nadin, Charles J. Dougherty, Bertrand P. Helm, Karl-Otto Apel, E. F. Kaelin, Susan Haack, Risto Hilpinen, David Gruender, J. Jay Zeman, Sandra B. Rosenthal, Robert Almeder, Peter Skagestad, and Christian J. W. Kloesel. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead: The Library of Living Philosophers vol.3 [EDITORS] Schilpp, Paul Arthur [PUBLISHER] Northwestern University [PUB LOCATION] Evanston, IL and Chicago [DATE] 1941 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 41 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Whitehead's Idea of God." Contributors are: Victor Lowe, Willard V. Quine, Filmer S. C. Northrop, Evander Bradley McGilvary, Joseph Needham, Percy Hughes, Wilbur Marshall Urban, A. D. Ritchie, Arthur E. Murphy, William Ernest Hocking, Roy Wood Sellars, John Goheen, Bertram Morris, J. S. Bixler, Charles Hartshorne, Paul A. Schilp, Henry Wyman Holmes, and John Dewey. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Kelly A. Parker [TITLE] The Continuity of Peirce's Thought [PUBLISHER] Vanderbilt University Press [PUB LOCATION] Nashille and London [DATE] 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 41 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Peirce's Architectonic [SUBJECTS] Mathematical Hypotheses [SUBJECTS] The Categories in Experience [SUBJECTS] The Categories of Being [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout.

[DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front and back covers. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Mid-Twentieth Century American Philosophy: Personal Statements [EDITORS] Bertocci, Peter A. [PUBLISHER] Humanities Press [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1974 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 41 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Preface by Peter A. Bertocci. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Philosophy after Fifty Years." [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Kenneth D. Benne, Brand Blanshard, George Boas, Theodore Brameld, Harry S. Broudy, Edwin A. Burtt, Herbert Feigl, Charles Hartshorne, Glenn R. Morrow, Stephen C. Pepper, Roy Wood Sellars, Herbert Spiegelberg, Robert Ulich, W. H. Werkmeister, and Paul Weiss. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles and William L. Reese [TITLE] Philosophers Speak of God [PUBLISHER] The University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago and London [DATE] 1953 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Pantheism [SUBJECTS] Temporalistic Theism [SUBJECTS] Emanationism [SUBJECTS] Skepticism [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] Reality as Social Process: Studies in Metaphysics and Religion [PUBLISHER] The Free Press/ Beacon Press [PUB LOCATION] Glencoe, IL/ Boston, MA [DATE] 1953 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] The Social Conception of the Universe [SUBJECTS] Harmony in Life and Nature [SUBJECTS] Elements of Truth in the Group-Mind Concepts [SUBJECTS] A Synthesis of Idealism and Realism [SUBJECTS] Chance, Love, and Incompatibility [SUBJECTS] Relative, Absolute, and Superrelative: The Concept of Deity [SUBJECTS] Theological Values in Current Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] Tragic and Sublime Aspects of Christian Love

[SUBJECTS] Three Ideas of God [SUBJECTS] Two Levels of Faith and Reason [SUBJECTS] The Limitations of Religious Humanism [SUBJECTS] Dewey's Treatment of Theism [SUBJECTS] Russell on Ethics and Religion [SUBJECTS] Religious Bearings of Whitehead's Philosophy [DESCRIPTION] Foreword by William Ernest Hocking. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside back cover. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] Creativity in American Philosophy [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany, NY [DATE] 1984 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Jonathan Edwards [SUBJECTS] Emerson's Thoreau's Anarchism [SUBJECTS] James [SUBJECTS] Royce [SUBJECTS] Peirce [SUBJECTS] John Dewy [SUBJECTS] Whitehead [SUBJECTS] Santayana [SUBJECTS] Mead [SUBJECTS] Hockin and Perry [SUBJECTS] Lewis [SUBJECTS] Cohen and Sheldon [SUBJECTS] Blanshard [SUBJECTS] Brightman [SUBJECTS] Pepper and McKeon [SUBJECTS] Montague [SUBJECTS] Weiss [SUBJECTS] Adler [SUBJECTS] Roy and Wilfrid Sellars [SUBJECTS] Quine [SUBJECTS] Tillich [SUBJECTS] Rorty [SUBJECTS] Neville [SUBJECTS] Nozick [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in the chapters on "Some Early American Critics of Determinism," "Emerson's Secularized Calvinism and Thoreau's Approach to Anarchism," and "James's Empirical Pragmatism." Also contains a seperate one page book review by Clark M. Williamson. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles and William L. Reese

[TITLE] Philosophers Speak of God [EDITION] Reprint [PUBLISHER] The University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago and London [DATE] 1976 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes on inside front cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Whitehead, Alfred North [TITLE] The Concept of Nature [PUBLISHER] Cambridge University Press [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1926 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Nature and Thought [SUBJECTS] Theories of the Bifurcation of Nature [SUBJECTS] Time [SUBJECTS] The Method of Extensive Abstraction [SUBJECTS] Space and Motion [SUBJECTS] Congruence [SUBJECTS] Objects [SUBJECTS] The Ultimate Physical Concepts [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Explorations in Whitehead's Philosophy [EDITORS] Ford, Lewis S. and George L. Kline [PUBLISHER] Fordham University Press [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1983 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] God [SUBJECTS] New Mathematics [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] Freedom [SUBJECTS] Being and Becoming [SUBJECTS] Matter and Event [SUBJECTS] Form, Concrescence, and Concretum [SUBJECTS] Religion and Solitariness [SUBJECTS] Creativity [SUBJECTS] One and Many [SUBJECTS] Ontological Primacy [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining.

[DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Ontological Primacy: A Reply to Buchler." [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: A. H. Johnson, Granville C. Henry, Jr., William A. Christian, Sr., John B. Cobb, Jr., Ivor Leclerc, Richard M. Rorty, George L. Kline, Donald A. Crosby, Stephen Lee Ely, William J. Garland, Gene Reeves, Robert C. Neville, Lewis S. Ford, Justus Buchler, and Charles Hartshorne. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] Creative Synthesis and Philosophic Method [PUBLISHER] SCM Press LTD [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1970 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Creative Experience [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] The Question of Nominalism [SUBJECTS] Wittgenstein and Tillich [SUBJECTS] Event Pluralism [SUBJECTS] The Prejudics in Favour of Symmetry [SUBJECTS] Dual Transcendence [SUBJECTS] A Priori Knowledge [SUBJECTS] Ideas of God: An Exhaustive Division [SUBJECTS] Six Theistic Proofs [SUBJECTS] Sensory Qualities and Ordinary Language [SUBJECTS] The Aesthetic Matrix of Value [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshorne's name and some notes. [DESCRIPTION] Contains an attaching one-page handwritten letter from Devenish to Charles Hartshorne written Dec. 27, 1989. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Relevance of Whitehead [EDITORS] Leclerc, Ivor [PUBLISHER] George Allen and Unwin/ The MacMillan Company [PUB LOCATION] London/New York [DATE] 1961 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Reason [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] The Uses of Language [SUBJECTS] Time, Value, and the Self [SUBJECTS] Form and Actuality [SUBJECTS] The Approach to Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] Aesthetic Perception

[SUBJECTS] Kant and Whitehead [SUBJECTS] Objective Immortality [SUBJECTS] Whitehead's Emiricism [SUBJECTS] Whitehead's Critique of the Theological Tradition [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Whitehead and Contemporary Philosophy" and "Metaphysics and the Modality of Existential Judgments." [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: William A. Christian, Frederic B. Fitch, Charles Hartshorne, A. H. Johnson, Nathaniel Lawrence, Ivor Leclerc, Victor Lowe, Gottfried Martin, W. Mays, Eva Schaper, Hermann Wein, Paul Weiss, William P. D. Wightman, and Daniel D. Williams. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] The Philosophy and Psychology of Sensation [PUBLISHER] The University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago, Illinois [DATE] 1934 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Two Theories of Sensation [SUBJECTS] An Unscientific Hypothesis [SUBJECTS] The Deadlock in Contemporary Philosophy [SUBJECTS] The Conflict of Opinions in Psychology [SUBJECTS] Dualism in Aesthetics [SUBJECTS] The Dimensions of Experience [SUBJECTS] The Dimensions of Sensation [SUBJECTS] Sensation and Environment [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Creativity and Common Sense: Essays in Honor of Paul Weiss [EDITORS] Krettek, Thomas [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany, NY [DATE] 1987 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Finalities [SUBJECTS] Speculative Common Sense [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics of Ethics [SUBJECTS] Achievment, Value, and Structure [SUBJECTS] Architecture and Ontology [SUBJECTS] Plurality and Togetherness [SUBJECTS] Antonio S. Cua [SUBJECTS] Being and Becoming [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Weiss After Sixty Years." [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Richard J. Bernstein, Robert Castiglione, Antonio S. Cua, Daniel O. Dahlstrom, Karsten Harries, Charles Hartshorne,

Thomas Krettek, Paul Grimley Kuntz, Irwin C. Lieb, Peter Miller, Robert C. Neville, George Kimball Plochmann, Andrew J. Reck, David Weissman, and Robert E. Wood. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] American Philosopher's Ideas of Ultimate Reality and Meaning [EDITORS] Reck, Andrew J., Tibor Horvath, Thomas Krettek, and Stanley Grean [PUBLISHER] U.R.A.M. [PUB LOCATION] Toronto, Canada [DATE] 1994 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Chauncey Wright [SUBJECTS] Charles Sanders Peirce [SUBJECTS] William James [SUBJECTS] Borden Parker Bowne [SUBJECTS] Josiah Royce [SUBJECTS] John Dewey [SUBJECTS] Alfred North Whitehead [SUBJECTS] George Santayana [SUBJECTS] George Herbert Mead [SUBJECTS] Clarence Irving Lewis [SUBJECTS] Edgar Sheffield Brightman [SUBJECTS] Paul Tillich [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne [SUBJECTS] Arthur Edward Murphy [SUBJECTS] Paul Weiss [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Panpsychism: Mind as Sole Reality." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Auden, W. H. [TITLE] On This Island [PUBLISHER] Random House [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1937 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Poems [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Jeffers, Robinson [TITLE] The Double Axe & Other Poems [PUBLISHER] Random House [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1948 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies

[BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Poems [DESCRIPTION] Contains a separate note by E. H. S. [DESCRIPTION] Special interest in the poem, "The Inhumanist." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] A. E. [TITLE] Collected Poems [PUBLISHER] MacMillan and Co. [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1920 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Poems [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Arnold, Matthew [TITLE] Essays in Criticism: Second Series [PUBLISHER] MacMillan and Co. [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1894 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Study of Poetry [SUBJECTS] Milton [SUBJECTS] Thomas Gray [SUBJECTS] John Keats [SUBJECTS] Wordsworth [SUBJECTS] Byron [SUBJECTS] Shelley [SUBJECTS] Count Leo Tolstoi [SUBJECTS] Amiel [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Meredith, George [TITLE] Poems [PUBLISHER] Charles Scribner's Sons [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1915 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Poems [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Beerbohm, Max [TITLE] Zuleika Dobson [PUBLISHER] The Modern Library

[PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1926 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] A Novel [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] W. H. Helm [TITLE] Thomas Love Peacock [PUBLISHER] F. G. Browne & Co. [PUB LOCATION] Chicago [DATE] 1913 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [TITLE] Essays and Belles Lettres [PUBLISHER] J. M. Dent & Sons, Ltd./ E. P. Dutton & Co. [PUB LOCATION] London/ New York [DATE] 1920 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Ralph Waldo Emerson. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [TITLE] Webster's Instant Word Guide: 35000 Words Spelled and Divided [PUBLISHER] Merriam-Webster Inc. [PUB LOCATION] Springfield, Massachusetts [DATE] 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front and back covers. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Barnes, Albert C. [TITLE] The Art in Painting [EDITION] second [PUBLISHER] Harcourt, Brace and Company [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1928 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked

[SUBJECTS] The Elements of Painting [SUBJECTS] The Traditions of Painting [SUBJECTS] Modern Painting [SUBJECTS] Contemporary Painting [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] Aquinas to Whitehead: Seven Centuries of Metaphysics of Religion [PUBLISHER] Marquette University Publications [PUB LOCATION] Milwaukee [DATE] 1976 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Great Poems by American Women: An Anthology [EDITORS] Rattiner, Susan L. [PUBLISHER] Dover Publications, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] Mineola, New York [DATE] 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Poems [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked but contains moderate notes on inside front cover. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Shelley, Percy Bysshe [TITLE] Poetical Works f Percy Bysshe Shelley [EDITORS] Dowden, Edward [PUBLISHER] Thomas Y. Crowell & Co. [PUB LOCATION] New York [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Poems [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Edward Dowden. [DESCRIPTION] Preface by Mrs. Shelley. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name and specific date. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Crawford, Led [TITLE] The Mumwalds [PUBLISHER] Chalice Press [PUB LOCATION] St. Louis, Missouri [DATE] 1994

[LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Dombrowski, Daniel A. [TITLE] Plato's Philosophy of History [PUBLISHER] University Press of America [PUB LOCATION] Washington, DC [DATE] 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 42 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Philosophy of History [SUBJECTS] The Early Dialogues [SUBJECTS] The MEnexenus [SUBJECTS] The Middle Dialogues [SUBJECTS] The Republic and Phaedrus [SUBJECTS] Parmenides, Theaetetus, Sophist, and Philebus [SUBJECTS] The Statesman [SUBJECTS] The Timaeus and Critias [SUBJECTS] Laws, Epinomis, and Letters [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] A Natural Thoelogy for our Time [PUBLISHER] Open Court [PUB LOCATION] LaSalle, Illinois [DATE] 1967 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Philosophical and Religious Uses of God [SUBJECTS] The Theistic Proofs [SUBJECTS] Why There Cannot Be Empirical Proofs [SUBJECTS] Theism, Science, and Religion [SUBJECTS] Abstract and Concrete Approaches to Deity and the Divine Historicity [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Rutter, Virginia Beane [TITLE] Woman Changing Woman: Feminine Psychology Re-Conceived Through Myth and Experience [PUBLISHER] HarperSanFrancisco [PUB LOCATION] San Francisco, CA [DATE] 1994

[LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Creating the Feminine Container [SUBJECTS] Adorning a Woman [SUBJECTS] Molding a Woman [SUBJECTS] Knowing the Power of the Womb [SUBJECTS] Encountering the Goddess of Death [SUBJECTS] Divining the Dark [SUBJECTS] Healing With Compassion [SUBJECTS] Celebrating the Mother-Daughter Mystery [SUBJECTS] Emerging Through Ritual Separation [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but contains extensive notes on inside back cover. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Brennecke, Jr., Ernest [TITLE] Thomas Hardy's Universe: A Study of a Poet's Mind [PUBLISHER] Small Maynard and Company [PUB LOCATION] Boston [DATE] 1923 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Hardy and Schopenhauer [SUBJECTS] A Metaphysical Biography of Thomas Hardy [SUBJECTS] "What of the Immanent Will?" [SUBJECTS] "Earth's Jackaclocks" [SUBJECTS] "Unweeting Why ro Whence" [SUBJECTS] The Ultimate Hope [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Seeliger, Wes [TITLE] Western Theology [PUBLISHER] Pioneer Ventures Publishers [PUB LOCATION] Houston, Texas [DATE] 1973 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Foreword by Keith Miller. [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Jeffers, Robinson [TITLE] Hungerfield and Other Poems [PUBLISHER] Random House [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1954 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43

[SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Poems [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Aeolian Harps: Essays in Literature in Honor of Maurice Browning Cramer [EDITORS] Fricke, Donna G. and Douglas C. Fricke [PUBLISHER] Bowling Green University Press [PUB LOCATION] Bowling Green, Ohio [DATE] 1976 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Cotributors are: John Balaban, Harry Fisher, Lana Balaban, Elizabeth Coleman, Marilyn M. Carens, Gerald B. Kinneavy, Donald R. Wineke, Jo Ann Davis, Arthur J. Weitzman, Deith A. Gould, John G. Rudy, Robert J. Cornet, Donna G. Fricke, Apostolos Marmaras, Lilika Marmaras, Douglas C. Fricke, Sallie J. Hall, Marshall Ledger, Annette Shandler Levitt, Robert J. and Emmitt. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hollinger, David A. [TITLE] Morris R. Cohen and the Scientific Ideal [PUBLISHER] The MIT Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, MA/ London, England [DATE] 1975 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Inertia and Stampede [SUBJECTS] Ambition and Uplift [SUBJECTS] Logic and History [SUBJECTS] To Clean the Stables [SUBJECTS] The Structure of Nature [SUBJECTS] The Science of Justice [SUBJECTS] The Politics of Truth [SUBJECTS] The Meaning of History [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contains an attaching one page typewritten fragment on Cohen by C.H. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Knowing Religiously: Boston University Studies in Philosophy and Religion vol. 7 [EDITORS] Rouner, Leroy S. [PUBLISHER] University of Notre Dame Press [PUB LOCATION] Notre Dame, Indiana [DATE] 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43

[SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Nature of Religious Knowledge [SUBJECTS] Religious Truth Claims Reconsidered [SUBJECTS] Philosophy of Religion and Contemporary Culture [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Our Knowledge of God." [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Eliot Deutsch, J. N. Findlay, Antony Flew, Langdon Gilkey, Naomi R. Goldenberg, Charles Hartshorne, Gordon D. Kaufman, Jurgen Moltmann, Kai Nielsen, Wolfhart Pannenberg, Leroy S. Rounder, Ninian Smart, and Cornel West. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lakhovsky, Georges [TITLE] Le Racisme: Et L'orchestre Universel [PUBLISHER] Librairie Felix Alcan [PUB LOCATION] Paris [DATE] 1934 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Whitehead, Alfred North [TITLE] Process and Reality [PUBLISHER] The MacMillan Company [PUB LOCATION] New York [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Speculative Scheme [SUBJECTS] Discussions and Applications [SUBJECTS] The Theory of Prehension [SUBJECTS] The Theory of Extention [SUBJECTS] Final Interpretation [DESCRIPTION] Missing pages from 503-536. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations on front page. [DESCRIPTION] Contains "Corrigenda for Process and Reality" by Ivor Leclerc. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contains a seperate two-page handwritten note. {BOOK} [TITLE] Symposium: In Honor of the Seventieth Birthday of Alfred North Whitehead [PUBLISHER] The Harvard University Press [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, MA [DATE] 1932

[LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The front cover bears Hartshornes name. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Rousseau, J. J. [TITLE] Pensees [PUBLISHER] Payot Et Cie [PUB LOCATION] Paris [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Graduate Studies Texas Tech University: Proceedings of the C. S. Peirce Bicentennial International Congress [VOLUME] 23 [DATE] September 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Special interest in "Berkeley and Peirce," "Peirce on Continuity and His Philosophical Importance of a Theory," "Toward a More Rational Community," "Peirce's Three Categories Regained," "Peirce on Continuity," and "Charles Peirce's Contribution to Religious Thought." {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Tijdschrift Voor Filosofie [EDITORS] Brie, G. A. De. [PUBLISHER] Driemaandelijks [DATE] March 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "My Neoclassical Metaphysics." [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Salmon, Wesley C. [TITLE] The Foundations of Scientific Inference [PUBLISHER] University pf Pittsburgh Press [PUB LOCATION] Pittsburgh [DATE] 1967 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked

[DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Rosen, Harold [TITLE] Religious Education and Our Ultimate Commitment: An Application of Henry Nelson Wieman's Philosophy of Creative Interchange [PUBLISHER] University Press of American [PUB LOCATION] Landham, MD [DATE] 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Hope for Religious Liberals [SUBJECTS] An Overview of Wieman's Philosophy of Religion [SUBJECTS] Processes and Methods of Liberal Religious Education [SUBJECTS] The Content of Liberal Religious Education: Abiding Questions and Changing Values [SUBJECTS] The Outcome of Liberal Religious Education: Co-Creativity [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked but contains a letter from Jean A. Webb about reviewing the book. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Morris, Charles [TITLE] Image [PUBLISHER] Vantage Press [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1976 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Poems [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] The Individual and Society: Essays Presented to David Miller on hi Seventy-Fifth Birthday [EDITORS] Jones, Michael P., Patricia O. F. Nobo, Jorge L. Nobo, and YenLing Chang [PUBLISHER] Southwestern Journal of Philosophy [PUB LOCATION] Norman, Oklahoma [DATE] 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] David L. Miller [DESCRIPTION] Foreword by John R. Silber. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "The Individual Society."

[DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Edmund L. Pincoffs, Darnell Rucker, Richard M. Zaner, Charles Hartshorne, Harold N. Lee, Douglas Browning, Roger Fendrich, P. Martinich, Houghton B. Dalrymple, Reese P. Miller, and Jerry W. Gravander. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Word & Spirit: A Monastic Review: Process Theology and the Christian Doctrine of God [VOLUME] 8 [DATE] 1986 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] God, Time and Chage [SUBJECTS] A Changing God? [SUBJECTS] God's Changelessness [SUBJECTS] Argument in Metaphysics of Religion [SUBJECTS] Process Perspectives and Trinitarian Theology [SUBJECTS] God's Historyicity: Trinitarian Perspectives [SUBJECTS] Christology in "Process-Relational" Perspective [SUBJECTS] Talking Meaningfully About Im-mortality [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Argument in Metaphysics of Religion." [DESCRIPTION] Heavily marked in Veken's article, "Talking Meaningfully About Im-mortality." Contributors are: Brian Davies, Santiago Sia, Illtyd Trethowan, Charles Hartshorne, Joseph A. Bracken, John O'Donnell, John B. Cobb Jr., and Jan Van der Veken. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Paunch: Root Metaphor: The Live Thought of Stephen C. Pepper [VOLUME] 53-54 [DATE] 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Pepper's Approach to Metaphysics." [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Arthur Efron, Elmer H. Duncan, Lewis E. Hahn, Charles Hartshorne, Joseph H. Monast, Amy Rosen, John Herold, John M. Hill, Barry K. Grant, David B. Richardson, Brian Caraher, Robert J. Yanal, Robert L. Armstrong, James Quina, Lin Alessio, Wallace I. Matson, and Stephen Coburn Pepper. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Hound & Horn: A Harvard Miscellany [VOLUME] 1 [ISSUE] 2

[DATE] 1927 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's book review on Symbolism, Its Meaning and Effect .. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Proceedings and Addresses of The American Philosophical Association: 1948-1949 [VOLUME] 22 [DATE] September 1949 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The front cover contains minor notes. [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but Hartshone's presidential address titled, "Chance, Love, and Incompatibility." {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association [VOLUME] 67 [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] 1994 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in the articles, "Can Neurobiology Teach Us Anything about Consciousness?" by Patricia Smith Churchland and "The Untruth and the Truth of Skepticism" by Panayot Butchvarov. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Modern Schoolman [VOLUME] LXII [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] May 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Divine Causality [SUBJECTS] Analogy, Metaphor, and God-Language [SUBJECTS] The Origin of Subjectivity [SUBJECTS] The Importance of the A Priori in Whiteheadian Theodicy [SUBJECTS] Whitehead and a New Direction for Christian Philosophical Theodicy [SUBJECTS] Polar Equality in Dipolar Theism [SUBJECTS] The Problem of the Trinity in Whitehead's Philosophy of God

[DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Process Theology in Historical and Systematic Contexts." [DESCRIPTION] Special Interest in Leonard J. Eslick's "Divine Causality." [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Charles Hartshorne, Leonard J. Eslick, David Tracy, Lewis S. Ford, Theodore R. Vitali, Thomas E. Hosinski, Daniel Dombrowski, and Thomas J. Regan, S. J. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Union Seminary Quarterly Review [VOLUME] xxx [ISSUE] 2-4 [DATE] Winter-Summer, 1975 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Daniel Day Williams [SUBJECTS] Hope [SUBJECTS] Faith and Future [DESCRIPTION] Special Issue: Festschrift in Honor of Daniel Day Williams. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Love and Dual Transcendence." [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the front cover contains some marks. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: John Macquarrie, Charles Birch, Harold K. Schilling, Charles Hartshorne, Roger Hazelton, J. Alfred Martin Jr., W. Norman Pittenger, John B. Cobb Jr., Ann B. Ulanov, Schubert M. Ogden, Bernard E. Meland, Lyman Lundeen, Robert A. Evans, Helga Kruger Day, Seward Hiltner, and Jean C. Lambert. {BOOK IN SERIES} [TITLE] Charles Hartshorne [SERIES TITLE] Louvain Studies [EDITORS] Collins, Raymond F. [PUBLISHER] Centrum voor Metafysica en Wijsgerige Godsleer [PUB LOCATION] Leuven, Belgium [DATE] 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] "Can We Understand God?" by Charles Hartshorne [SUBJECTS] "Understanding of God according to Thomas Aquinas" by J. H. Walgrave [SUBJECTS] "The Poet of the World: The Affirmation of God in Whitehead's Philosophy" by Andre Cloots [SUBJECTS] "Toward a Dipolar View on the Whole of Reality" by Jan Van der Veken [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Review of Metaphysics

[VOLUME] XLIX, no.3 [ISSUE] 195 [DATE] March 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Sortal Essentialism and the Potentiality Principle [SUBJECTS] Republic 476d6-e2: Plato's Dialectical Requirement [SUBJECTS] Heidegger, Humanism, and the Destruction of History [SUBJECTS] Being, Seeing, and Touching: Machiavelli's Modification of Platonic Epistemology [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front and back covers. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Burke, Michael B., Eugenio Benitez, Gail Soffer, Kenneth C. Blanchard Jr., Douglas J. Den Uyl and Charles L. Griswold Jr. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Tulane Studies in Philosophy [VOLUME] XXXIV [DATE] 1986 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Hartshorne's Neoclassical Theology: Preface [SUBJECTS] Hartshorne's Place in the History of Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Hartshorne's Place in American Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Hartshorne On God and Physical Prehension [SUBJECTS] God as a Temporally-Ordered Society: Some Objections [SUBJECTS] Hartshornean Panentheism and Kierkegaardian Paradox [DESCRIPTION] The text does not appear to be heavily marked, but some notes on the front cover. Contains Hartshorne's article, "Metaphysics and the Dual Transcendence of God." [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Forrest Wood Jr., Michael DeArmey, Andrew J. Reck, Robert C. Whittemore, Bowman L. Clarke, Lewis S. Ford, John D. Glenn Jr. , and Charles Hartshorne. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Ex Nihilo: The Undergraduate Philosophy Journal of the University of Texas at Austin [VOLUME] 1 [DATE] 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Faith and Anselm's Ontological Argument

[SUBJECTS] Kant on Absolute Freedom and the Problem of Grace [SUBJECTS] Evolutionary Ethics: A Revolution in Philosophy [SUBJECTS] What Do People Really Want: The Theodicy of Boethius [SUBJECTS] My Life and My Love of It: Comments on Objectivist Ethics [SUBJECTS] Beyond True and False: A Fundamental Error in Accounts of Identity [SUBJECTS] Hegelianism: Its Relation to Kantianism and Its Standing as a Coherent [SUBJECTS] Political Movement [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the front cover contains [DESCRIPTION] critical remarks on the papers. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Philosophy and Literature [VOLUME] 4 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Spring 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] "Appearance and Reality" [SUBJECTS] "Berkeley's Ironic Method in the Three Dialogues " [SUBJECTS] "Literary Function and Historical Context" [SUBJECTS] "The Image of the Creator in Beckett's Postmodern Writing" [SUBJECTS] "The Rangda and the Nostalgia for Glory." [SUBJECTS] "In Deffense of Wordsworth's View of Nature" [SUBJECTS] "Wollaston and Swift: A Source for the Houyhnhnms?" [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside title page contains minor marks. Contains Hartshorne's article, "In Defense of Wordsworth's View of Nature." Contributors are: James M. Edie, K. M. Wheeler, T. K. Seung, Paul A. Bove, Alphonso Lingis, David Ricoeur, and T. J. Diffey. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Virginia Qvarterly Review [VOLUME] 46 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Winter 1970 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Why Study Birds?" [DESCRIPTION] The text does not appear to be heavily marked, but the front cover contains minor notes. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Aurobindo, Sri [TITLE] The Chariot of Jagannatha

[EDITION] 1st [TRANSLATORS] Arabinda Basu [PUBLISHER] Sri Aurobindo Ashram [PUB LOCATION] Pondicherry, India [DATE] 1972 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] The Chariot of Jagannatha [SUBJECTS] The Aryan Ideal and the Three Gunas [SUBJECTS] Hirobumi Ito [SUBJECTS] The Ideal of Forgiveness [SUBJECTS] A Dream [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Philosophes critiques d'eux-memes: Philosophers on Their Own Work: Philosophische Selbstbetrachtungen [VOLUME] 8 [DATE] 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is Charles Hartshorne. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Journal of Democracy [VOLUME] 5 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] April 1994 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Russian Democracy [SUBJECTS] Latin America's Politics [SUBJECTS] Pakistan [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contrubutors are: Martin C. M. Lee, Tom Boasberg, Philippe C. Schmitter, E. Gyimah-Boadi, Jan Zielonka, Jonathan Fox, V. P. Gagnon Jr., and Rasul Bakhsh Rais. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy [VOLUME] 59 [DATE] June 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked

[DESCRIPTION] Second Annual Book Review Issue. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor notes on the book review of Lucas, The Rehabilitation of Whitehead and Raupp/Wiehl, Whitehead's Metaphysics of Creativity . {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Anticipation [VOLUME] 22 [DATE] May 1976 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] W.C.C. Assembly Discussion of Technology and Society [SUBJECTS] Science and Faith [DESCRIPTION] Contains a special report on the Nairobi Assembly. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Commonweal [VOLUME] CVIII [ISSUE] 21 [DATE] 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is Abortion: Morality, Law, & Politics. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The New Yorker [DATE] August 7, 1995 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Slight critical notes on page 45 and 62. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Leuven Philosophy News Letter [VOLUME] II [DATE] 1993 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Thomas and Science [SUBJECTS] Psychoanalysis at the Institute [SUBJECTS] The Desmond Interview [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Nature Conservancy [DATE] July/August 2000

[LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] University of Texas Press [DATE] Fall 1999-Winter 2000 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Book catalogo. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Southwestern Journal of Philosophy [VOLUME] 5 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Spring 1974 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] The Philosophy of Charles Harshorne [SUBJECTS] The Philosophy of Art [SUBJECTS] Epistemology and the Philosophy of Mind [SUBJECTS] Ethics [SUBJECTS] Mexican Philosophy [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Twelve Elements of My Philosophy." [DESCRIPTION] Heavily marked in the part, "The Philosophy of Charles Hartshorne." [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate critical notes on inside and outside front cover against Alan Gragg, Donald S. Lee, and Houston Craighead's responses. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Journal of the American Academy of Religion [VOLUME] XLVIII [DATE] September 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining in James E. Huchingson's article, "The World as God's Body: A Systems View." {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] International Philosophical Quarterly [VOLUME] XIX [ISSUE] 75 [DATE] September 1979 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies

[BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] "Whitehead's Revolutionary Concept of Prehension" [SUBJECTS] "Transition in Whitehead: A Creative Process Distinct from Concrescence" [SUBJECTS] "Whitehead's Challenge to Thomism on the Problem of God: The Metaphysical [SUBJECTS] Issues" [SUBJECTS] "Whitehead and Hans Jonas: Organism, Causality, and Perception" [SUBJECTS] "The Legalism of Han Fei-tzu and Its Affinities with Modern Political Thought" [SUBJECTS] "Formal Logic in New Spain: The Work of Fray Alonso" [SUBJECTS] "An Introduction to the Constructivist Philosophy of the Erlangen School" [DESCRIPTION] Special Issue on Whitehead Symposium. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Whitehead's Revolutionary Concept of Prehension." Special interest in David L. Schindler's "Whitehead's Challenge to Thomism on God and Creation: The Metaphysical Issues." [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Charles Hartshorne, Jorge Luis Nobo, David L. Schindler, Strachan Donnelley, Peter R. Moody, Jr., Walter Redmond, and Reinhard Hesse. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Philosophies [VOLUME] 5-6 [DATE] March 1925 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Heavily Marked on Henri Lefebvre's "Positions d'attaque et de defense du nouveau mysticisme" and Meditations Sur Dieu. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Creative Transformation [VOLUME] 7 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] Winter 1997 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Creative Transformation [VOLUME] 8 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] Winter 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies

[BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Creative Transformation [VOLUME] 9 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] Spring 2000 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Perspectives [VOLUME] 21 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] Spring 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Perspectives [VOLUME] 23 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Summer 2000 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Perspectives [VOLUME] 21 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] Fall/Winter 98-99 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Contemporary Philosophy [VOLUME] XII [ISSUE] 9 [DATE] May 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies

[BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] "The Process and Reality of an Educational Canon" [SUBJECTS] "Myths and Hope for Global Society" [SUBJECTS] "Landing the Whiteheadian Plane in the Field of Economics" [SUBJECTS] "A.N. Whihehead's Fallacy of Misplaced Concreteness: Examples From Economics" [SUBJECTS] "Process Theology and Black Liberation" [SUBJECTS] "Cartesian Meditaion" [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. Contributors are: George Allan, Frederick Ferre, John B. Cobb Jr., Herman E. Daly, Henry James Young, and Pete A. Y. Gunter. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Speculative Philosophy [VOLUME] 10 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Stephen Tyman, "The Concept of Act in the Naturalistic Idealism of [SUBJECTS] John William Miller [SUBJECTS] Guy Axtell, "Epistemic-Virtue Talk: The Reemergence of American [SUBJECTS] Axiology?" [SUBJECTS] Santosh Makkuni, "Moral Luck and Practical Judgment" [SUBJECTS] Leo J. Penta, "Hannah Arendt: On Power" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hayek, F. A. [TITLE] Kinds of Order in Society [PUBLISHER] Institute for Humane Studies, Inc [PUB LOCATION] Menlo Park, CA [DATE] 1975 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Philosophy in Context [VOLUME] 4 [DATE] 1975 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Two copies of the book.

[DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "The Nature of Philosophy." [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining, but especially frequent in Lee F. Werth's article of "Some Second Thoughts on First Principles" with some positive expressions. Also contains minor notes in front cover. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Charles Hartshorne, F. E. Sparshott, Richard Fox, Efraim Shmueli, Gerald J. Massey, Lee F. Werth, Leslie Armour, Kai Nielsen, and Harry Butler. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Whitehead and the Idea of Process [ORIG TITLE] Whitehead Und Der Prozessbegriff [PUBLISHER] Universitat Bonn [PUB LOCATION] Bonn [DATE] 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Erstes Internationales: Whitehead-Pymposion in Bohn [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the inside back cover contains minor notes. Contributors are Lewis Ford, Ivor Leclerc, John B. Cobb, William W. Hammerschmidt, Dorothy M. Emmet, George L. Kline, Ernest Wolf-Gazo, Reiner Wiehl, Bernard Rensch, Hubert Hendrichs, Reto Luzius Fetz, Harald Holz, Hubertus G. Hubbeling, Willibrord P. Welten, Friedrich Rapp, Richard M. Martin, David A. Pailin, Jan van der Veken, Michael Welker, Georg Wieland, and Jurgen Frese. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Practice of History and Social Science [VOLUME] 26 [DATE] Spring 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: James B. M. Schick and Donald Wayne Viney. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Viney, Donald Wayne [TITLE] The Life and Thought of Charles Hartshorne [PUBLISHER] Logos-Sophia Press [PUB LOCATION] Pittsburg, Kansas [DATE] 1997 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout.

{BOOK} [TITLE] The Book of Common Prayer [PUBLISHER] Oxford University Press [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1929 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Common Prayer [SUBJECTS] Administration of the Sacraments [SUBJECTS] Rites and Ceremonies of the Church [DESCRIPTION] A Handbook of Episcopal Church. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The inside front cover bears Hartshornes name. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences [VOLUME] 127 [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] Fall 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is Education Yesterday, Education Tomorrow . [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining on the first half of the journal. Also contains moderate notes on inside front cover. Contributors are: Karen Seashore Louis, Daniel W. Bromley, Robert L. Hampel, Lauren B. Resnick, Megan Williams Hall, Victoria J. Marsick, Daniel M. Fox, John M. Ludden, Wallace E. Huffman, Richard R. John, Thomas P. Hughes, Kenneth G. Willson, and Constance K. Barsky. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Louvain Studies [VOLUME] 6 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Spring 1976 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Veken's, "Charles Hartshorne." {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Janpanese Religions [VOLUME] 4 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Desember 1964 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Comparative Theology

[SUBJECTS] Buddhism and Christianity [SUBJECTS] Abe [DESCRIPTION] A Symposium on Christianity and Buddhism--A Reply to Professor Abe. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's "The Supreme Relativity." [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Paul Wienpahl, Charles Morris, Joseph Havens, W. Z. Mulder, Charles Hartshorne, Henn Collins, Grimsley Hobbs, Winston King, A. C. Ewing, and Nels Ferre. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Clinical Symposia [VOLUME] 31 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] 1979 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly MarkedThe Heimlich Maneuver [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the front cover contains minor notes. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Japanese Religions [VOLUME] 3 [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] Winter 1963 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked"The Philosophy of Nishida," by Takeuchi Yoshinori [SUBJECTS] "Further Thoughts on Indigenization," by Ariga Tetsutaro [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked, but the front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Philosophical Association: Sixty-second Annual Meeting of the Western Division [DATE] 1964 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Christian Scholar [VOLUME] XLIII [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] Fall 1960 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Moderately MarkedEmpiricism [SUBJECTS] Logical Positivism

[SUBJECTS] Wittgenstein [SUBJECTS] Analytic Philosophy [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. Contributors are: Ian T. Ramsey, Michael Foster, John E. Smith, Rudolf Bultmann, Carl Michalson, Julian N. Hartt, John A. Hutchison, John E. Smith, Ruel Tyson, and Gibson Winter. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Bulletin of the Santayana Society [VOLUME] 16 [DATE] Fall 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. Contributors are: James Gouinlock, Henry Samuel Levinson, Eugenia Ames, John Bruce, Glenn Tiller, Matthew C. Altman, Herman J. Saatkamp, Jr., Angus Kerr-Lawson, Kristine W. Frost, and Herman J. Saatkamp, Jr. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Philosophy [VOLUME] LXVII [ISSUE] 23 [DATE] December 1970 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. Contains Hartshorne's "Ontological Primacy: A Reply to Buchler." {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Humanist [VOLUME] 7 [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] 1934 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Redefining God." [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. Contributors are: Carl Henry Grabo, Edwin Ewart Aubrey, E. A. Stokdyk, Clarence R. Decker, Maurice B. Visscher, and Bernhard Mollenhauer. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Society for the Advancement of American Philosopy [VOLUME] 62 [DATE] June 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44

[SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. Foruth Annual Book Review Issue. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Corrington's book review of The Philosophy of Charles Hartshorne . {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Journal of the American Academy of Religion [VOLUME] XLVIII [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] June 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. Contains William L. Power's book review of Hartshorne's The ONtological Argument of Charles Hartshorne . [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Jack Carloye, Gary T. Alexander, Mary Farrell Bednarowski, John Dillenberger, Wendell S. Dietrich, John F. Priest, John Van Seters, George W. Coats, J. Kenneth Runtz, Bruce William Jones, and George W. E. Nickelsburg. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Midwest Quarterly [VOLUME] XXVIII [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Autumn 1986 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Maxine Sheets-Johnston, Donald Wayne Viney, Robert Wexelblatt, Steven R. Centola, Oscar Salinas, and Eileen T. Bender. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Midwest Quarterly [VOLUME] XXXV [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Autumn 1993 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Charles Hartshorne, Richard Moore, Patti Capel Swartz, Sanford Pinsker, Brian Conniff, and Stephanie Demetrakopoulos. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Review of Metaphysics [VOLUME] XXVII

[ISSUE] 1 [DATE] September 1973 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Creativity and the Deductive Logic of Causality." Contributors are: Stephen A. Erickson, Robert C. Solomon, Michael Stocker, Hartshorne, John M. Rist, Michael Murray, Robert Young, and William A. Frank. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Review of Metaphysics [VOLUME] XLV, no.1 [ISSUE] 177 [DATE] September 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Barry Miller, D. Wyatt Aiken, Andrew J. Reck, Lewis S. Ford, and Matthew Cuddeback. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Review of Metaphysics [VOLUME] XLV, no. 2 [ISSUE] 178 [DATE] December 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Stanley Rosen, "Is Metaphysics Possible?" [SUBJECTS] Oliva Blanchette, "Are There Two Questions of Being?" [SUBJECTS] Gregory Harding, "Color and the Mind-Body Problem" [SUBJECTS] Jerome I. Gellman, "Maimonides' Ravings" [SUBJECTS] Daniel Dahlstrom, "Heidegger's Kantian Turn" [SUBJECTS] Daniel N. Robinson, "Antigone's Defense: A Critical Study of Natural Law Theory" [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Special interest on Rosen's and Karding's articles. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Review of Metaphysics [VOLUME] XLVI, no. 2 [ISSUE] 182 [DATE] December 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] John Deely, "The Supplement of the Copula" [SUBJECTS] Alexander Nehamas, "What Did Socrates Teach and To Whom Did He Teach It?"

[SUBJECTS] Daryl McGowan Tress, "The Metaphysical Science of Aristotle's Generation of Animals" [SUBJECTS] Allen Hance, "Progmatism as Naturalized Hegelianism: Overcoming [SUBJECTS] Transcendental Philosophy?" [SUBJECTS] Yoav Rinon, "The Rhetoric of Jacques Derrida" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Review of Metaphysics [VOLUME] XLVI, no. 4 [ISSUE] 184 [DATE] June 1993 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] E. M. Adams, "Rationality and Morality" [SUBJECTS] Edward G. Sparrow, "Rights, Law, and the Right" [SUBJECTS] Nicholas Rescher, "American Philosophy Today" [SUBJECTS] Seth Benardete, "On Plato's Sophist" [SUBJECTS] Anne Marie Dziob, "Aristotelian Friendship: Self-Love and Moral Rivalry" [SUBJECTS] Robert Mayhew, "Aristotle on Property" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Special Interest on Rescher's "American Philosophy Today." {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Review of Metaphysics [VOLUME] XLIX, no. 2 [ISSUE] 194 [DATE] December 1995 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Willem R. De Jong, "How is Metaphysics as a Science Possible?" [SUBJECTS] Ludger Honnefelder, "Rationalization and Natural Law" [SUBJECTS] Eric Watkins, "The Development of Physical Influx in Early Eighteenth-Century Germany" [SUBJECTS] Clive Cazeaux, "Metaphor and Heidegger's Kant" [SUBJECTS] Eugene Thomas Long, "The Gifford Lectures and the Scottish Personal Idealists" [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Review of Metaphysics [VOLUME] L. no. 1 [ISSUE] 197 [DATE] September 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked

[SUBJECTS] Kevin Dennedy, "Paul Weiss's Method and System" [SUBJECTS] Nicholas Rescher, "Counterfactuals in Pragmatic Perspective" [SUBJECTS] James W. Felt, "Why Possible Worlds Aren't" [SUBJECTS] Deborah J. Brown, "The Puzzle of Names in Ockham's Theory of Mental Language" [SUBJECTS] Sandra B. Rosenthal, "Self, Community, and Time: A Shared Sociality" [SUBJECTS] James V. Schall, "Friendship and Political Philosophy" [DESCRIPTION] Special Issue for Paul Weiss. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Review of Metaphysics [VOLUME] L. no. 1 [ISSUE] 199 [DATE] March 1997 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Rom Harre and Daniel N. Robinson, "What Makes Language Possible?" [SUBJECTS] Daniel N. Robinson, "Ethological Foundationalism in Reid and Wittgenstein" [SUBJECTS] John P. O'Callaghan, "The Problem of Language and Mental [SUBJECTS] Representation in Aristotle and St. Thomas" [SUBJECTS] Lorne Falkenstein, "Kant's Empiricism" [SUBJECTS] A. J. Mandt, "Fichte, Kant's Legacy and the Meaning of Modern Philosophy" [SUBJECTS] Jean Dietz Moss, "Reclaiming Aristotle's Rhetoric" [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Special interest on the articles of Rom Harre-Daniel N. Robinson and A. J. Mandt. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Review of Metaphysics [VOLUME] LI, no. 3 [ISSUE] 203 [DATE] March 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Robert Sokolowski, "The Method of Philosophy: Making Distinctions [SUBJECTS] John f. Wippel, "Thomas Aquinas and the Axiom that Unreceived Act is [SUBJECTS] Unlimited" [SUBJECTS] Norman J. Wells, "Descartes and Suarez on Secondary Qualities: A Tale [SUBJECTS] of Two Readings"

[SUBJECTS] Jeffrey E. Brower, "Abelard's Theory of Relations: Reductionism and the [SUBJECTS] Aristotelian Tradition" [SUBJECTS] Jacob Howland, "The Republic's Third Wave and the Paradox of Political [SUBJECTS] Philosophy" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Review of Metaphysics [VOLUME] LI, no. 4 [ISSUE] 204 [DATE] June 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Douglas McDermid, "Pragmatism and Truth: The Comparison Objection to [SUBJECTS] Correspondence" [SUBJECTS] Louis Dupre, "Kant's Theory of History and Progress" [SUBJECTS] James Lehrberger, O.Cist., "The Anthropology of Aquinas's De Ente [SUBJECTS] et Essentia" [SUBJECTS] O. Bradley Bassler, "Leibniz on the Indefinite as Infinite" [SUBJECTS] Catherine H. Zuckert, "Plato's Parmendides: A Dramatic Reading" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive critical margin notations and underlining on McDermid's "Pragmatism and Truth: The Comparison Objection to Correspondence." {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Review of Metaphysics [VOLUME] LII, no. 2 [ISSUE] 206 [DATE] December 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Yirmiyahu Yovel, "Kant's Practical Reason as Will: Interest, Recognition, [SUBJECTS] Judgment, and Choice" [SUBJECTS] Riccardo Pozzo, "Kant within the Tradition of Modern Logic: The Role of [SUBJECTS] the 'Introduction Idea of a Transcendental Logic" [SUBJECTS] Pauline Kleingeld, "Kant on the Unity of Theoretical and Practical Reason" [SUBJECTS] Irmgard Scherer, "The Problem of the A Priori in Sensibility: Revisiting [SUBJECTS] Kant's and Hegel's Theories of the Senses"

[SUBJECTS] Mark Fisher and Eric Watkins, "Kant on the Material Ground of Possibility: [SUBJECTS] From the Only Possible Argument to the Critique of Pure Reason" [SUBJECTS] Mark Lilla, "Kant's Theological-Political Revolution" [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Especially heavily marked on the part of "Summaries and Comments." {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Monist [VOLUME] 63 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] July 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] "The Range of Peirce's Relevance" [SUBJECTS] "A Revision of Peirce's Categories" [SUBJECTS] "Peirce, Ockham and Scholastic Realism" [SUBJECTS] "C.S. Peirce's First Real Discovery and Its Contemporary Relevance" [SUBJECTS] "Peirce and the Incommensurability of Theories" [SUBJECTS] "Abduction and the New Riddle of Induction" [SUBJECTS] "Peirce and The Will to Believe" [SUBJECTS] "The Logic of Vagueness and the Category of Synechism" [SUBJECTS] "Peirce's Phenomenological Defense of Deduction" [SUBJECTS] "The Nature and Modes of Time" [SUBJECTS] "C. S. Peirce and Post-Tarskian Truth" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] General Topic is The Relevance of Charles Peirce. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "A Revision of Peirce's Categories." [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Max H. Fisch, Charles Hartshornes, John Boler, Jaakko Hintikka, T. L. Short, James F. Harris, Kevin Hoover, William J. Gavin, Mihai Nadin, Charles J. Dougherty, Bertrand P. Helm, and KarlOtto Apel. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Monist [VOLUME] 64 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] January 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] The Carus Lectures of Wilfrid Sellars: Foundations for a Metaphysics of Pure Process. {PERIODICAL}

[TITLE] The Monist [VOLUME] 64 [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] October 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Hans-Georg Gadamer, "Heidegger und die Geschichte der Philosophie" [SUBJECTS] Hans-Georg Gadamer, "Heidegger and the History of Philosophy" [SUBJECTS] Bernd Magnus, "Heidegger's Metahistory of Philosophy Revisited" [SUBJECTS] David Farrell Krell, "Results" [SUBJECTS] David A. Kolb, "Hegel and Heidegger as Critics" [SUBJECTS] Mark B. Okrent, "The Truth of Being and the History of Philosophy" [SUBJECTS] David A. White, "On Historicism and Heidegger's Notion of [SUBJECTS] Ontological Difference" [SUBJECTS] Thomas Sheehan, "On Movement and Destruction of Ontology" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] General Topic is Heidegger and the History of Philosophy. [DESCRIPTION] Special interest in Gadamer's and Kolb's articles. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Monist [VOLUME] 66 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] July 1983 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne, "Categories and Creative Experiencing" [SUBJECTS] Manley Thompson, "Philosophical Approaches to Categories" [SUBJECTS] Stephan Korner, "Thinking, Thought, and Categories" [SUBJECTS] Donald W. Sherburne, "Completion of the Copernican Revolution" [SUBJECTS] Robert Brandom, "Heidegger's Categories" [SUBJECTS] Laurence Goldstein, "Pure Categorial Principles" [SUBJECTS] Robert Hanna, "What Categories Are Not" [SUBJECTS] Carl G. Vaught, "Categories and the Real Order" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] General Topic is Categories. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains a separate copy of Hartshorne's "Categories and Creative Experiencing" with moderate margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Review of Metaphysics [VOLUME] LI, no. 2 [ISSUE] 202 [DATE] December 1997 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Edward S. Casey, "Smooth Spaces and Rough-Edged Places: The

[SUBJECTS] Hidden History of Place" [SUBJECTS] John Lachs, "Valuational Species" [SUBJECTS] Kenneth Dorter, "Virtue, Knowledge and Wisdom: Bypassing SelfControl" [SUBJECTS] Steven B. Smith, "Destruktion or Recovery?: Leo Strauss's Critique of [SUBJECTS] Heidegger" [SUBJECTS] Will Dudley, "A Case of Bad Judgment: The Logical Failure of the Moral [SUBJECTS] Will" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Theology Today [VOLUME] XL VIII [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] July 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Walter Brueggemann, "Rethinking Church Models Through Scripture" [SUBJECTS] Stephen L. Stell, "God and Germany" [SUBJECTS] Charles E. Curran, "A Century of Catholic Social Teaching" [SUBJECTS] David Strong, "The Promise of Technology Versus God's Promise in Job" [SUBJECTS] Walter B. Gulick, "The Bible and Ecological Spirituality" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Krisis [ISSUE] 3-4 [DATE] 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is Postmodernism: Search for Criteria. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Jean Lefranc, Richard Palmer, Angele KremerMarietti, Gianni Vattimo, William Spanos, Christopher Butler, Robert Magliola, Peter Carravetta, Jean-Paul Dolle, Paolo Spedicato, Ileana Marcoulesco, Gianni Carchia, Henry Bratu, Mario Perniola, Daniel Charles, Regis Durand, Hiram Caton, David Sylvester, and William Guest. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Krisis [ISSUE] 5-6 [DATE] 1986-1987 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies

[BOX #] 44 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is Hermeneutics and Humanism. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Richard Palmer, Konstantin Kolenda, Steven Crowell, Paul Crowley, William Richardson, Ileana Marcoulesco, Ilya Prigogine, Victor Szebehely, Hiram Caton, Reiner Schurmann, Titus VassilieLemeny, C. Allyn Russell, George James, and Henry Bratu. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 1 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] James Woelfel, "Between Faith and Skepticism: A Case Study [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne, "James's Empirical Pragmatism" [SUBJECTS] Frederick Ferre, "Einstein on Religion and Science" [SUBJECTS] John Roth, "Free at Last? The Pragmatism and Predicament of Black Religious [SUBJECTS] Experience" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 5 [ISSUE] 2-3 [DATE] May and Sep.1984 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Larry E. Axel, "Empirical Realism and Creative Passage: Reflections on [SUBJECTS] Meland's Theology" [SUBJECTS] Tyron Inbody, "Bernard Meland: A Rebel Among Process Theologians" [SUBJECTS] "The Appeal to Ultimacy in Meland's Thought" [SUBJECTS] "Meland: Worship and his Recent Thought" [SUBJECTS] "Meland's Empirical Realism and the Appeal to Lived Experience" [SUBJECTS] "Meland on God" [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Subtile is Bernard Meland and the Future of Theology. [DESCRIPTION] Papers of the purdue conference. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 7

[ISSUE] 1 [DATE] January 1986 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Marvin C. Shaw, "Paradoxical Intention in the Life and Thought of William [SUBJECTS] James" [SUBJECTS] David Lee Miller, "The Experience of Creative Interchange" [SUBJECTS] Brent Stearns, "Hartshorne and Idealistic Philosophy" [SUBJECTS] Gene Reeves, "To Be Is To Be for Others" [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne, "Reeves and Stearns on my Idealism" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 10 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] May 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Larry E. Axel, "Editor's Introduction: New Directions in American Theology" [SUBJECTS] J. Wesley Robbins, "America, Radical Empiricism, and Pragmatism" [SUBJECTS] Charley D. Hardwick, "William Dean's Post-Modernist [SUBJECTS] American Empirical Theology" [SUBJECTS] William Dean, "Naturalism and Methodologism" [SUBJECTS] W. Creighton Peden, "The Religion of Humanisty: Broadening the [SUBJECTS] Discussion" [SUBJECTS] Bob Mesle, "Empiricism and Pragmatism: What Is Really Bothering Robbins?" [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne, "In Dispraise of Empiricism" [DESCRIPTION] Two copies of the same volume. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Subtile is William Dean's American Religious Empiricism. [DESCRIPTION] Papers of the purdue conference. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 10 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] September 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Joseph Keller, "The Logic of Religious Discovery" [SUBJECTS] Bernard Meland, "Ultimate Mystery and Structured Thought" [SUBJECTS] Randolph Crump Miller, "Rethinking Empiricism in Theology" [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne, "A Dual Theory of Theological Analogy"

[DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Two copies of the same volume. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 11 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] January 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Emanuel S. Goldsmith, "Mordecai M. Kaplan's Synthesis of Judaism and [SUBJECTS] American Religious Naturalism" [SUBJECTS] William E. Kaufman, "Mordecai M. Kaplan's Transnaturalism and [SUBJECTS] American Naturalism" [SUBJECTS] S. Daniel Breslauer, "Passion, Social Ethics, and Democracy: [SUBJECTS] The Theological Ethics of Mordecai Kaplan" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is Mordecai M. Kaplan and American Naturalism. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Ten Year Indexes of volumes 1-10. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 11 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] September 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Delwin Brown, "The Fall of '26: Gerald Birney Smith and the Collapse [SUBJECTS] of the Socio-Historical Framework of Theology" [SUBJECTS] C. Robert Mesle, "Does Process Theism Matter?" [SUBJECTS] John L. Farthing, "Ecumenical Hermeneutics: Newman Smyth and the Bible" [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Critical marks in Mesle's article. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 13 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] January 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Kenneth Cauthen, "A Call for a New Modernism." [SUBJECTS] Marian F. Sia and Santiago Sia, "Ultimate Meaning, Suffering, and God"

[SUBJECTS] Donald A. Crosby, "God as Ground of Value: A Neo-Whiteheadian [SUBJECTS] Revision" [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Critical marks in Mesle's article. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 13 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] May 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Donald S. Klinefelter, "Hume, Frankenberry, and Theological Nonnaturalism" [SUBJECTS] Everett J. Tarbox, Jr., "Wittgenstein, James and a Bridge to Radical [SUBJECTS] Empiricism" [SUBJECTS] Marvin C. Shaw, "Frankenberry's Critique and the Recovery of the Early [SUBJECTS] Wieman" [SUBJECTS] Nancy Frankenberry, "Reconstructing Religion without Revelation, [SUBJECTS] Foundations, or Fideism: A Reply to My Critics" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] 1989 Highlands Institute Seminar Topic: Religion and Radical Empiricism {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 14 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] January 1993 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Gary E. Kessler, "Intimations of Rationality" [SUBJECTS] J. Wesley Robbins, "Neo-Pragmatism and the Radical Empiricist Metaphysics of [SUBJECTS] Pure Experience" [SUBJECTS] Jerome A. Stone, "The Viability of Religious Naturalism" [SUBJECTS] Langdon Gilkey, "Response to Stone" [SUBJECTS] Edward Farley, "Thinking Toward the World: A Case for Philosophical [SUBJECTS] Pluralism in Theology" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 14

[ISSUE] 3 [DATE] September 1993 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Wayne Proudfoot, "Inquiry and the Language of the Divine" [SUBJECTS] Nancy Frankenberry, "Inquiry and the Language of the Divine: A Reply [SUBJECTS] To Proudfoot" [SUBJECTS] Steven C. Rockefeller, "Pragmaticsm, Democracy, and God" [SUBJECTS] J. Wesley Robbins, "Pragmatism, Democracy, and God: A Reply To [SUBJECTS] Rockefeller" [SUBJECTS] Lewis S. Ford, "Nancy Frankenberry's Conception of the Power of the Past" [SUBJECTS] Donald A. Crosby, "The Ultimacy of Nature: An Essay of Physidicy" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 15 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] January 1994 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Randolph Crump Miller, "William James and the American Scene" [SUBJECTS] William Dean, "From Piecemeal Supernaturalism to Piecemeal Jamesism" [SUBJECTS] William C. Spohn, S. J., "William James on Religious Experience: An Elitist Account?" [SUBJECTS] Everett J. Tarbox, Jr., "Linguistic Pragmatism: William James and Ludwig [SUBJECTS] Wittgenstein" [SUBJECTS] John Powers, "Empiricism and Pragmatism in the Thought of [SUBJECTS] Dharmakirti and William James" [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Special Issue on "The Relevance of William James for Philosophy and [DESCRIPTION] Theology in the 1990s. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 15 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] May 1994 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] John B. Cobb, Jr., "A Challenge to American Theology and

Philosophy" [SUBJECTS] Ann Milliken Pederson, "The Understanding of Ambiguity in the Relationship [SUBJECTS] Between God and the World: A Comparison Between John B. Cobb. Jr.'s [SUBJECTS] and Bernard Loomer's Theologies" [SUBJECTS] Jerome P. Soneson, "Doing Public Theology: John B. Cobb, Jr.'s [SUBJECTS] Reconstruction of the Concepts of World and God in the Context of the [SUBJECTS] Environmental Crisis" [SUBJECTS] Daniel A. Dombrowski, "Thomas Nagel As a Process Philosopher" [SUBJECTS] James Woelfel, "Religious Empiricism As 'Ism': The Critical Legacy [SUBJECTS] of Walter Kaufmann" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes on front cover. [DESCRIPTION] Contains critical remarks on Pederson's article. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 15 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] September 1994 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Steve Odin, "Models of the Social Self in Modern Japanese Philosophy [SUBJECTS] and G. H. Mead's American Pragmatism" [SUBJECTS] David D. Lamberth, "James's Varieties Reconsidered: Radical Empiricism, [SUBJECTS] The Extra-Marginal and Conversion" [SUBJECTS] Kevin Schilbrack, "Problems for a Complete Naturalism" [SUBJECTS] J. Wentzel van Huyssteen, "Is There Still a Realist Challenge in Postmodern [SUBJECTS] Theology? On Religious Experience and Explanatory Commitments in [SUBJECTS] Jerome Stone's A Minimalist Vision of Transcendence" [SUBJECTS] Todd A. Driskill, "Beyond the Text: Ecstatic Naturalism and American [SUBJECTS] Pragmatism" [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 17 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] January 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked

[SUBJECTS] George W. Pickering, "Theology as Social Ethics" [SUBJECTS] J. Ronald Engel, "The Religious Authority of Democracy: James Luther [SUBJECTS] Adams's Agenda for Empirical Theology" [SUBJECTS] Stephen C. Rowe, "Toward a Postliberal Liberalism: James Luther Adams and [SUBJECTS] the Need for a Theory of Relational Meaning" [SUBJECTS] Christine Firer Hinze, "James Luther Adams and U. S. Liberationists: [SUBJECTS] Mutual Pedagogy for Transformative Ethics" [DESCRIPTION] The main theme is Religious and Political Liberalism. [DESCRIPTION] Essays in Honor of James Luther Adams. [DESCRIPTION] Two copies of the same volume. [DESCRIPTION] Introduction by Franklin Gamwell. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 17 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] May 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Richard Rorty, "Religious Faith, Intellectual Responsibility, and Romance" [SUBJECTS] J. Wesley Robbins, "Donald Davidson and Religious Belief" [SUBJECTS] Warren G. Frisina, "Response to J. Wesley Robbins's Donald Davidson [SUBJECTS] and Religious Belief" [SUBJECTS] Joseph S. Pettit, "Toward a Reformed Pragmatism" [SUBJECTS] Charles S. Milligan, "William Ernest Hocking's Philosophy of Religion [SUBJECTS] Revisited" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 17 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] September 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Donald S. Klinefelter, "Nature and Events of Grace Reconsidered: An [SUBJECTS] Ethical Analysis" [SUBJECTS] J. Harley Chapman, "Critical Reflections on Absurdity, Ultimate Explanation and

[SUBJECTS] Mystery in Hardwick's Events of Grace" [SUBJECTS] Jerome A. Stone, "Charley Hardwick's Dichotomies: GodLanguage, Determination, [SUBJECTS] and the Subject-Object Dichotomy" [SUBJECTS] Charles Milligan, "The Limits of Conventional Religious Language for [SUBJECTS] Contemporary Meaning" [SUBJECTS] Charley D. Hardwick, "A Born Again Naturalist Replies to Critics of [SUBJECTS] Events of Grace" [DESCRIPTION] Highlands Institute Seminar: Charley D. Hardwick's Events of Grace: Naturalism, Existentialism, and Theology . [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate critical notes on front cover. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 18 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] September 1997 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] David L. Hall, "The Culture of Metaphysics: On Saving Neville's Project" [SUBJECTS] Hermann Deuser, "Neville's Theology of Creation, Covenant, and [SUBJECTS] Trinity" [SUBJECTS] Robert S. Corrington, "Neville's Naturalism and the Location of God" [SUBJECTS] Delwin Brown, "Knowing the Mystery of God: Neville and Apophatic Theology" [SUBJECTS] Robert Neville, "Reply to Serious Critics" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is The Thought of Robert Cummings Neville. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 19 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] May 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Victor Anderson, "The Wrestle of Christ and Culture in Pragmatic Public

[SUBJECTS] Theology" [SUBJECTS] William Hart, "Cornel West: Between Rorty's Rock and Hauerwas's Hard [SUBJECTS] Place" [SUBJECTS] Eddie S. Glaude, Jr., "Pragmatic Historicism and The Problem of [SUBJECTS] History in Black Theology" [SUBJECTS] Anthony B. Pinn, "Rethinking the Nature and Tasks of African American [SUBJECTS] Theology: A Pragmatic Perspective" [SUBJECTS] Chandra Taylor Smith, "Pragmatism and Womanist Theology: [SUBJECTS] INterpretive Possibilities" [DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is African American Religious Thought and Pragmatism. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains moderate notes on front cover. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 19 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] January 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Daniel Arnold, "Can Hartshorne Escape Dharmakirti?: Some Reflections [SUBJECTS] with Implications for the Comparative Philosophy of Religion" [SUBJECTS] Stuart Rosenbaum, "Macintyre or Dewey" [SUBJECTS] James Woelfel, "Victorian Agnosticism and Liberal Theology: T. H. [SUBJECTS] Huxley and Matthew" [SUBJECTS] Edgar A. Towne, "Imaginative Construction in Theology: An Aesthetic [SUBJECTS] Approach" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on cover and title pages. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 20 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] January 1999 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] J. Wesley Robbins, "Pragmatism and Religious Freedom" [SUBJECTS] Peter H. Van Ness, "Yoga As Spiritual But Not Religious: A Pragmatic [SUBJECTS] Perspective"

[SUBJECTS] Henry Simoni-Wastila, "Particularity and Pluralism: William James and the [SUBJECTS] Metaphysical End of God" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 20 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] May 1999 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Michael L. Raposa, "Pragmatism, Budo, and the Spiritual Exercises: The [SUBJECTS] Moral Equivalent of War" [SUBJECTS] James Beilby, "An Evaluation of Gordon Kaufman's Theological [SUBJECTS] Proposal" [SUBJECTS] Nancy R. Howell, "Co-Creation, Co-Redemption, and Genetics" [SUBJECTS] Wesley J. Wildman, "The Use and Abuse of Biotechnology: A Modified [SUBJECTS] Natural-Law Approach" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front and back covers. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Clio: A Journal of Literature, History and The Philosophy of History [VOLUME] 17 [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] Summer 1988 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Robert van Roden Allen, "Pathway to Holderlin" [SUBJECTS] Amihud gilead, "Plato's Eros, Camus' Sisyphus, and the Impossibility of Philosophical [SUBJECTS] Satisfaction" [SUBJECTS] Philip J. Kain, "Hegel's Political Theory and Philosophy of History" [SUBJECTS] G. W. F. Hegel, "Review of C. F. Goschel's Aphorisms: Parts One and Two" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Clio: A Journal of Literature, History and The Philosophy of History [VOLUME] 19 [ISSUE] 4

[DATE] Summer 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Deborah Cook, "Nietzsche and Foucault On Ursprung and Genealogy" [SUBJECTS] Iseult Honohan, "Arendt and Benjamin on the Promise of History: A [SUBJECTS] Network of Possibilities or One Apocalyptic Moment?" [SUBJECTS] John Farrenkopf, "Hegel, Spengler, and the Enigma of World History: [SUBJECTS] Progress or Decline?" [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne, "Hegel, Logic, and Metaphysics" [SUBJECTS] Daniel P. Jamros, S. J., "The Appearing God' in Hegel's Phenomenology [SUBJECTS] of Spirit" [SUBJECTS] Daniel Berthold-Bond, "Evolution and Nostalgia in Hegel's Theory of [SUBJECTS] Desire" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Dialogue [VOLUME] 22 [ISSUE] 2-3 [DATE] April 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Sheila M. Bruening, "The Aesthetic Imperative as Categorial" [SUBJECTS] George W. Shields, "Hartshorne's Modal Ontological Argument" [SUBJECTS] Danney Ursery, "Spinoza's Primary Emotions" [SUBJECTS] Chuck Van Patten, "Are Saints and Heroes Supererogatory?" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Dialogue [VOLUME] 32 [ISSUE] 2-3 [DATE] April 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Craig Adam Callender, "Function, Contemplation, and Eudaimonia" [SUBJECTS] Kimberly A. Kiamie, "Neurophilosophy and the Logic-Causation Argument" [SUBJECTS] Thomas B. Frost, "In Defense of the Causal Representative Theory of [SUBJECTS] Perception" [SUBJECTS] C. Delaney, "Kant's Challenge: The Second Analogy as a Response to Hume" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining.

{PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Ultimate Reality and Meaning [VOLUME] 1 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Ultimate Reality and Meaning [VOLUME] 1 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Ultimate Reality and Meaning [VOLUME] 1 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Ultimate Reality and Meaning [VOLUME] 13 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences [VOLUME] 124 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] Summer 1995 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is The Questio for World Order. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Stanley Hoffmann, Raymond Aron, Emma

Rothschild, Henry A. Kissinger, Gilles Kepel, Jennifer A. Widner, David E. Apter, [DESCRIPTION] Bogumil Jewsiewicki, V. Y. Mudimbe, Goran Rosenberg, John de la Mothe, and Paul R. Dufour. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences [VOLUME] 122 [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] Fall 1993 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is The American Research University. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Jonathan R. Cole, Neil J. Smelser, John R. Searle, [DESCRIPTION] Kenneth Prewitt, Nannerl O. Keohane, Donald Kennedy, Stephen M. [DESCRIPTION] Stigler, William C. Richardson, Rodney W. Nichols, and Eugene B. Skolnikoff. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences [VOLUME] 126 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] Summer 1997 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is A New Europe? for the Old? [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Martin Malia, Tim Judah, Marcus Tanner, Tom Gallagher, Roman Szporluk, Anatoly M. Khazanov, Barbara Ischinger, Jan U. Clauss, Vivien A. Schmidt, Dominique Schnapper, Dario Biocca, and Arne Ruth. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences [VOLUME] 128 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Winter 1999 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is A New Europe? for the Old? [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contributors are: Steven Koblik, Hugh Hawkins, Paul Neely, Michael S. McPherson, Morton Owen Schapiro, Alexander W. Astin, Peter J.

Gomes, [DESCRIPTION] Geoffrey Canada, Eugene M. Lang, Eva T. H. Brann, Richard H. Hersh, Thomas R. Cech, Priscilla W. Laws, Christina Elliott Sorum, and Susan C. Bourque. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences [VOLUME] Suppl. 128 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Winter 1999 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked. [DESCRIPTION] Forty-Year Index. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Southwest Philosophy Review [VOLUME] 7 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] July 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Wilf K. Backhaus, "Is Hume a Neutral Monis?" [SUBJECTS] Joseph P. DeMarco, "The Abuse of Casuistry" [SUBJECTS] Ralph Ellis, "Toward a Coherent Definition of Liberalism" [SUBJECTS] Tom Morris, "Protagoras' Deffense of the Teachableness of [SUBJECTS] Virtue: Protagoras 320c-328d" [SUBJECTS] Wayne Sheeks, "The Philosophy of Sycophancy: An Appraisal" [SUBJECTS] Susan Hale, "Modal Realsim Without Counterparts" [SUBJECTS] J. K. Swindler, "Davidson's Razor" [SUBJECTS] Joseph Bien, "Schalow on Heidegger and the Temporal Constitution of [SUBJECTS] the A Priori" [SUBJECTS] Don Fawkes, "A Note on Determinism and Logic" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Special interest in Fawkes's "A Note on Determinism and Logic." {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Southwest Philosophy Review [VOLUME] 9 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] August 1993 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Southwest Philosophy Review

[VOLUME] 11 suppl. [DATE] March 1995 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is The Ontological and the Practical: Essays in Honor of Douglas Browning. Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Southwest Philosophy Review [VOLUME] 11 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] July 1995 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Southwest Philosophy Review [VOLUME] 12 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] January 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on front cover and the title pape. [DESCRIPTION] Contains positive notes on William J. Garland's "Private SelfCreation and Public Solidarity: A Critique of Rorty's Vision of Human Life." {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Southwest Philosophy Review [VOLUME] 12 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] July 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Minds, Bodies, Yes: Mindless Matter, [DESCRIPTION] No; The Four Ontological Options; The Zero Fallacy; About God." [DESCRIPTION] Also contains a separate copy of Hartshorne's article. {PERIODICAL}

[TITLE] Southwest Philosophy Review [VOLUME] 15 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] July 1999 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Tsuda Review [VOLUME] 34 [DATE] November 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Kathleen Era, "Ernest Hemingway--The Man and His Old Man" [SUBJECTS] Sanae Fujino, "Henry James's Scenic Method in The Golden Bowl " [SUBJECTS] Eleanor A. Gobrecht, "Escape from Materialism: Look Homeward, Angel" [SUBJECTS] Yoshie Itabashi, "The Emperor Cuautomoc's Ordeal" [SUBJECTS] Yoko Okuda, "The Secret Agent: Indolence and Enterprise" [SUBJECTS] Saeko Noda Reynolds, "A Schema-Theory-Based Analysis of College [SUBJECTS] EFL Leaner's Reading Comprehension" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Tsuda Review [VOLUME] 39 [DATE] November 1994 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Yoshiko Takakuwa, "Barbara of the House of Grebe and Tanizaki Junichiro" [SUBJECTS] Sanae Uehara, "Hardy's Early Development of Sensationalist Techniques" [SUBJECTS] Thomas F. Mader, "Genuine Communication, The Rhetorical Wedge, and [SUBJECTS] Walden Two" [SUBJECTS] Clara Hirano, "The Problems of The Group" [SUBJECTS] Naomi Matsuoka, "The Influence of Chekhov on Raymond Carver's Later [SUBJECTS] Fiction: Death Is Not the End of the Story" [SUBJECTS] Haruko Miyakoda, "The English Schwa: A Government Approach" [SUBJECTS] Hiroko Umeda, "Syllabic Consonants in English and French" [SUBJECTS] Nao i Ono, "Expanding Cross-Cultural Reading Experiences in EFL" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Tsuda Review

[VOLUME] 43 [DATE] November 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Junko Kobayashi, "Recovering Narcissism: A Study of Mrs Dalloway" [SUBJECTS] Asako Nakai, "Isak Dinesen: The Dark Continent and Its Blank Page" [SUBJECTS] Mariko Utsu, "Lost in the Quicksand of Double-Oppression" [SUBJECTS] Haruko Miyakolda, "Privative Approach to Coalescence" [SUBJECTS] Douglas E. Forster, "A Video-Based Approach to Oral English II at Tusda College" [SUBJECTS] Elizabeth Lange, "Applying Humanistic Techniques in TESOL for a More [SUBJECTS] Affective and Effective Classroom" [SUBJECTS] Simon R. Potter, "University Students about English Taught in Japanese [SUBJECTS] Secondary Schools" [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Japanese Religions [VOLUME] 21 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] July 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Muto Kazuo, "Christianity and the Notion of Nothingness" [SUBJECTS] John A. Tucker, "Ghosts and Spirits in Tokugawa Japan: The Confucian [SUBJECTS] Views of Ito Jinsai" [SUBJECTS] Roald E. Kristiansen, "Western Science and Japanese Confucianism: A [SUBJECTS] History of Their Interaction and Transformation" [SUBJECTS] Brian McVeigh, "Spirit Possession in Sukyo Mahikari: A Variety of Sociopsychological [SUBJECTS] Experience" [SUBJECTS] Yamashita Akiko, "Korean Shamanism and Christianity: A Shaman's Story" [SUBJECTS] Takenaka Masao, "Ryokan and Christians in Japan" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Southern Journal of Philosophy [VOLUME] XXXIII [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Spring 1995

[LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] E. M. Adams, "Character: The Framework for a Successful Life" [SUBJECTS] Ronald P. Endicott, "The Refutation by Analogous Ectoqualia" [SUBJECTS] C. D. Herrera, "Civil Disobedience and Plato's Crito" [SUBJECTS] Javier A. Ibanez-Noe, "Heidegger, Nietzche, Junger, and the Interpretation [SUBJECTS] of the Contemporary Age" [SUBJECTS] David B. Seligman, "A Threat or a Promise" [SUBJECTS] Tomoji Shogenji, "The Problem of Rule-Following in Compositional [SUBJECTS] Semantics" [SUBJECTS] Arnold Silverberg "Narrow Content: A Defense" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Southern Journal of Philosophy [VOLUME] 7 [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] Winter 1960-70 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Biography and Intellectual Development [SUBJECTS] Concrescence and Creativity [SUBJECTS] The One and the Many [SUBJECTS] Freedom and Temporality [SUBJECTS] Language and Culture and God [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Whitehead and Ordinary Language." {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Southern Journal of Philosophy [VOLUME] XVII [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] Winter 1979 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Robert Burch, "Truth and Modality in James's The Dilemma of Determinism " [SUBJECTS] Veronique M. Foti, "Spinoza's Doctrine of Immortality and the Unity of Love" [SUBJECTS] Russell A. Jacobs, "The Price of Duty" [SUBJECTS] Garth Kemerling, "Locke on the Essence of the Soul" [SUBJECTS] Paul Langham, "Between Abortion and Infanticide" [SUBJECTS] Joseph Margolis, "Realism's Superiority Over Instrumentalism and [SUBJECTS] Idealism: A Defective Argument" [SUBJECTS] Terrance C. McConnell, "Augustine on Torturing and Punishing [SUBJECTS] An Innocent Person"

[SUBJECTS] Kent f. Moors, "Plato's Battle of Megara: Rep 368A" [SUBJECTS] Ronald E. Nusenoff, "Propositions: A Fregean Recombination" [SUBJECTS] Eugene Schlossberger, "Aristotelian Matter, Potentiality and Quarks" [SUBJECTS] Edward L. Schoen, "Introspection and the Inscrutability of Reference" [SUBJECTS] H. S. Thayer, "The Revolution in Empiricism: Peirce on Scientific Knowledge and [SUBJECTS] Truth" [SUBJECTS] Pete S. Wenz, "The Incompatibility of Act-Utilitarianism with Moral [SUBJECTS] Integrity" [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Special Interest in Burch's and Foti's articles. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Southern Journal of Philosophy [VOLUME] XXIX [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Spring 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Crawford L. Elder, "Antirealism and Realist: Claims of Invariance" [SUBJECTS] A. C. Genova, "Discovering Right and Wrong: A Realist Response to [SUBJECTS] Gauthier's Morals by Agreement" [SUBJECTS] Michael Hymers, "The Role of Kant's Refutation of Idealism" [SUBJECTS] John R. McKie, "Zeno's Paradox of Extension" [SUBJECTS] Christine McKinnon, "From What Can't be Said to What Isn't Known" [SUBJECTS] Walter E. Schaller, "Punishment and the Utilitarian Criterion of Right and [SUBJECTS] Wrong" [SUBJECTS] David S. Stern, "Autonomy and Political Obligation in Kant" [SUBJECTS] John M. Whelan, Jr., "Famine and Charity" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Southern Journal of Philosophy [VOLUME] XXXVII [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] Summer 1999 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Gillian Brock, "Just Deserts and Needs" [SUBJECTS] Timo KaJAMIES, "The Concept of Power and the Eternity of the Eternal [SUBJECTS] Truths in Descartes" [SUBJECTS] Hallvard Lillehammer, "Normative Antirealism"

[SUBJECTS] Peter W. Ross, "The Appearance and Nature of Color" [SUBJECTS] Husain Sarkar, "Kierkegaard: Vox Populi, Vox Dei" [SUBJECTS] Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, "An Argument for Descriptivision" [SUBJECTS] Deborah C. Smith, "Metaphysical Antirealism and Objective Truth: Is [SUBJECTS] Metaphysical Antirealism Self-Refuting?" [SUBJECTS] D. Gene Witmer, "Supervenience Physicalism and the Problem of [SUBJECTS] Extras" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Southern Journal of Philosophy [VOLUME] XXXVIII [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] Summer 2000 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Wayne Allen, "Hannah Arendt's Foundation for a Metaphysics of Evil" [SUBJECTS] Michael B. Burke, "The Impossibility of Superfeats" [SUBJECTS] Janet Donohoe, "The Nonpresence of the Living Present: Husserl's Time [SUBJECTS] Manuscripts" [SUBJECTS] V. Bradley Lewis, "The Seventh Letter and the Unity of Plato's Political [SUBJECTS] Philosophy" [SUBJECTS] Naomi Reshotko, "The Good, the Bad, and the Neither Good Nor Bad [SUBJECTS] in Plato's Lysis" [SUBJECTS] Mathias Risse, "The Morally Decent Person" [SUBJECTS] Victor Rodych, "Wittgenstein's Critique of Set Theory" [SUBJECTS] Walter E. Schaller, "Kant on Right and Moral Rights" [SUBJECTS] James Summerford, "Virtue Epistemology and the Gettier Problem" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Southern Journal of Philosophy [VOLUME] XXXIV [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Spring 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Jay Campbell, "Quine on Cognitive Meaning and Normative Ethics" [SUBJECTS] Gary T. Dempsey, "Hayek's Terra Incognita of the Mind" [SUBJECTS] Bennett W. Helm, "Integration and Fragmentation of the Self" [SUBJECTS] Michael C. LaBossiere, "Laws and Universals" [SUBJECTS] Mark Leon, "Sensations, Error, and Eliminative Materialism" [SUBJECTS] Gary Alan Scott, "Games of Truth: Foucault's Analysis of the Transformation

[SUBJECTS] from Political to Ethical Parrhesia" [SUBJECTS] Philip R. Sullivan, "Physicians and the Problem of Other Consciousness" [SUBJECTS] Richard A. Watson, "Foucher's and de Mairan's Critiques of Malebranche's [SUBJECTS] Beings of the Third Kind" [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Southern Journal of Philosophy [VOLUME] XXXIV Suppl. [DATE] 1995 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Alison Wylie, "Unification and Convergence in Archaeological [SUBJECTS] Explanation: The Argicultural Wave-of-Advance and the Origins of [SUBJECTS] Indo-European Languages" [SUBJECTS] Daniel Little, "Causal Explanation in the Social Sciences" [SUBJECTS] Paul A. Roth, "Microfoundations Without Foundations: Comments on [SUBJECTS] Little" [SUBJECTS] David K. Henderson, "Simulation Theory Versus Theory Theory: A [SUBJECTS] Difference Without A Difference in Explanations" [SUBJECTS] Richard E. Grandy, "No Simulation Without Some Theory: Comments on [SUBJECTS] Henderson" [SUBJECTS] Paul Humphreys, "Understanding in the Not-So-Special Sciences" [SUBJECTS] James Bohman, "Causal Pluralism Without Levels: Comments on [SUBJECTS] Humphreys" [SUBJECTS] Merrilee H. Salmon, "Standards of Evidence in Anthropological Reasoning" [SUBJECTS] Robert Feleppa, "Aspects of the Cannibalism Controversy: Comments [SUBJECTS] on Salmon" [SUBJECTS] Harold Kincaid, "Can Neoclassical Economics Be Defended on Grounds [SUBJECTS] of Explanatory Power?" [SUBJECTS] Lee McIntyre, "Explanatory Power, Individualism and Neoclassical Economics: Comments on [SUBJECTS] Kincaid" [SUBJECTS] Alexander Rosenberg, "Laws, Damn Laws, and Ceteris Paribus Clauses" [SUBJECTS] David K. Henderson, "Comments on Rosenberg" [DESCRIPTION] Spindel Conference 1995. [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Also contains extensive notes on inside front and back covers. {PERIODICAL}

[TITLE] The Southern Journal of Philosophy [VOLUME] 2 [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] Winter 1964 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 45 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Harold N. Lee, "Suggestions Toward A Contemporary Epistemology, [SUBJECTS] Part II" [SUBJECTS] H. J. McCloskey, "Would Any Being Merit Worship?" [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne, "The Idea of A Worshipful Being" [SUBJECTS] Robert W. Hall, "Plato--A Minority Report" [SUBJECTS] Charles E. Scott, "Heidegger's Question About Thought" [SUBJECTS] R. David Broiles, "Is Rule Utilitarianism Too Restricted?" [DESCRIPTION] Spindel Conference 1995. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Missing pages of Hartshorne's article. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Thought [VOLUME] 3 [DATE] 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Nobushige Sawada, "A Connection between Whitehead and Russel" [SUBJECTS] Masahiro Oka, "Studies on Whitehead's The Aims of Education" [SUBJECTS] Yoshimi fuzikawa, "A Study on the Theory of Justice as Fairness" [SUBJECTS] Ryusei Takeda, "Process Thinkers' View of Buddhism: Whitehead and [SUBJECTS] Hartshorne" [SUBJECTS] Keishin Watanabe, "Whitehead's Concept of Truth" [SUBJECTS] Ichiro Hirata, "On the Emotionality of the Experience" [SUBJECTS] Steve Odin, "The Micricosmic/Macrocosmic Structure of WorldOrder" [SUBJECTS] Tamotsu Yoshima, "Bipolarity in Whitehead's Philosophy and Education" [SUBJECTS] Seisaku Yamamoto, "An Attempt to Understand Tanabe's Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Systematically" [SUBJECTS] Yutaka Tanaka, "Irreversibility and Reciprocity in the DivineHuman Relationship" [DESCRIPTION] Japanese Process Journal. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Thought [VOLUME] 7 [DATE] 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked

[SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne's "Theism as Radical Positivism: Minds, Bodies, Yes; [SUBJECTS] Mindless Matter, No; Causality, Yes; Determinism, No" [SUBJECTS] Hiroshi Endo, "A Critical Examination of Whitehead's Metaphysics in the [SUBJECTS] Light of Santayana's Later Ontology" [SUBJECTS] Sueo Oshima, "On Homologies in Thinking-structures between Barth [SUBJECTS] and Whitehead" [SUBJECTS] Yukio Motai, "Intuition and Physical Purpose" [SUBJECTS] Makoto Ozaki, "Whitehead's Beauty and Tanabe's Critique of [SUBJECTS] Contemplation" [DESCRIPTION] The text does not appear to be heavily marked, but the inside front and back covers contains extensive margin notations. [DESCRIPTION] Contains a separate letter from Keiji Mokunobu to Hartshorne. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism [VOLUME] 48 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] Summer 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Roald Hoffmann, "Molecular Beauty" [SUBJECTS] Alan H. Goldman, "Interpreting Art and Literature" [SUBJECTS] R. Raj Singh, "Heidegger and the World in an Artwork" [SUBJECTS] Robert Stecker, "Fish's Argument for the Relativity of Interpretive Truth" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism [VOLUME] 51 [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] Fall 1993 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Rudolph Arnheim, "The Two Authenticities of the Photographic Media" [SUBJECTS] Guy Sircello, "How is a Theory of the Sublime Possible?" [SUBJECTS] Ian Mackenzie, "Terrible Beauty: Paul de Man's Reteat from the Aesthetic" [SUBJECTS] Dabney Townsend, "The Aesthetics of Joseph Priestley" [SUBJECTS] Stan Godlovitch, "The Integrity of Musical Performance" [SUBJECTS] Aaron Ridley, "Bleeding Chunks: Some Remarks About Musical [SUBJECTS] Understanding" [SUBJECTS] Berys Gaut, "Interpreting the Arts: The Patchwork Theory" [SUBJECTS] Hartley Slater, "The System of the Arts" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining.

{PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society [VOLUME] IX [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] Fall 1973 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Richard Louis Tramell, "Charles Sanders Peirce and Henry James the [SUBJECTS] Elder" [SUBJECTS] John M. Michelsen, "Santayana's Non-Existent Symbols" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Charles Peirce and Quantum Mechanics." {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society [VOLUME] XII [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] Fall 1976 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Emily Michael, "Peirce on Individuals" [SUBJECTS] Charlene Haddock Seigfried, "The Structure of Experience for William [SUBJECTS] James" [SUBJECTS] Royce Jones, "Is Peirce's Theory of Instinct Consistently NonCartesian?" [SUBJECTS] Mary Mahowald, "Peirce's Concepts of God and Religion" [SUBJECTS] Edward J. Murphy, "Elijah Jordan's Legal Theory and its Metaphysical [SUBJECTS] Background: Part One, The Metaphysics of Society" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society [VOLUME] XVII [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] Spring 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Ernest Nagel, "The Dimensions of Cohen's Legal Philosophy" [SUBJECTS] Abraham Edel, "The Unity of Morris Raphael Cohen's Thought" [SUBJECTS] Max H. Fisch, "Was There a Metaphysical Club in Cambridge?" [SUBJECTS] G. Lynn Stephens, "Cognition and Emotion in Peirce's Theory of Mental [SUBJECTS] Activity" [SUBJECTS] Gerard Deledalle, "English and French Versions of C. S. Peirce's

The [SUBJECTS] Fixation of Belief and How to Make Our Ideas Clrear" [SUBJECTS] Jeffery E. Foss, "C. I. Lewis and Dayton on Pragmatic Contradiction" [SUBJECTS] Marcus P. Ford, "William James: Panpsychist and Metaphysical Realist" [DESCRIPTION] The Morris Raphael Cohen Centenary. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society [VOLUME] XVII [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Winter 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] J. Jay Zeman, "Charles W. Morris" [SUBJECTS] Klaus Oehler, "Notes on the Reception of American Pragmatism in [SUBJECTS] Germany, 1899-1952" [SUBJECTS] Marcus G. Singer, "Peirce and Jakobson: Towards a Structuralist [SUBJECTS] Reconstruction of Peirce" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society [VOLUME] XIX [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Winter 1983 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Jonathan D. Moreno, "The Dewey-Morris Debate in Retrospect" [SUBJECTS] Sandra B. Rosenthal, "The Pragmatic World of Charles Peirce" [SUBJECTS] John Peterson, "Signs, Thirdness and Conventionalism" [SUBJECTS] Donald S. Lee, "The Presented Aspect of Experience: Reconstructing [SUBJECTS] Lewis's Given" [SUBJECTS] Dennis Rohatyn, "Peirce and the Defense of Realism: The Unfolding of [SUBJECTS] Pragmatic Logic" [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked but contains Hartshorne's [DESCRIPTION] book review of Writings of Charles S. Peirce: A Chronological Edition, vol 1. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society [VOLUME] XIX [ISSUE] 4

[DATE] Fall 1983 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] J. Jay Zeman, "Charles W. Morris" [SUBJECTS] Klaus Oehler, "Notes on the Reception of American Pragmatism in [SUBJECTS] Germany, 1899-1952" [SUBJECTS] Marcus G. Singer, "Peirce and Jakobson: Towards a Structuralist [SUBJECTS] Reconstruction of Peirce" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society [VOLUME] XXIII [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Winter 1987 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] H. S. Thayer, "The Philosophy of History and the History of Philosophy: [SUBJECTS] Some Reflections on the Thought of John Herman Randall, Jr." [SUBJECTS] Emmanuel g. Mesthene, "Nature Functioning Categorially: Randall's [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics" [SUBJECTS] Gary Shapiro, "Canons, Careers, and Campfollowers: Randall and the [SUBJECTS] Historiography of Philosophy" [SUBJECTS] Klaus Oehler, "Is a Transcendental Foundation of Semiotics Possible? A [SUBJECTS] Peircean Consideration" [SUBJECTS] John Ryder, "Soviet Studies in American Thought Part I: Early American [SUBJECTS] Philosophy" [SUBJECTS] Frederic R. Kellogg, "Holmes, Pragmatism, and the Deconstruction of [SUBJECTS] Utilitarianism" [DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is The Philosophy of John Herman Randall, Jr. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society [VOLUME] XVIII [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] Fall 1987 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Adward H. Madden, "Joseph L. Blau: The American Scholar" [SUBJECTS] Joseph L. Blau, "Government or Anarchy? in the Debates on the [SUBJECTS] Constitution" [SUBJECTS] Pierre Thibaud, "Peirce on Proper Names and Individualism"

[SUBJECTS] Kenneth Laine Ketner, "Identifying Peirce's Most Lucid and Interesting Paper" [SUBJECTS] Robert Burch, "A Transformation in Royce's View of Kant" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] The front cover bears a dedicatory inscription from the author. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society [VOLUME] XXVI [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] Spring 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Hans Joas, "The Creativity of Action and the Intersubjectivity of Reason: [SUBJECTS] Mead's Pragmatism and Social Theory" [SUBJECTS] Sandra B. Rosenthal, "Peirce's Ultimate Logical Interpretant and Dynamical [SUBJECTS] Object: A Pragmatic Perspective" [SUBJECTS] Felicia Kruse, "Nature and Semiosis" [SUBJECTS] Michael Sullivan, "Pragmatism and Precedent: A Response to Dworkin" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Philosophical Topics [VOLUME] 12 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Spring 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] William G. Lycan, "Psychological Laws" [SUBJECTS] Stephen P. Stich, "Dennett on Intentional Systems" [SUBJECTS] Daniel C. Dennett, "Making Sense of Ourselves" [SUBJECTS] Robert Cummins, "What Can Be Learned from Brainstorms?" [SUBJECTS] Sydney Shoemaker, "Some Varieties of Functionalsim" [SUBJECTS] Paul M. Churchland & Patricia Smith Churchland, "Functionalism, Qualia, and Intentionality" [SUBJECTS] K. V. Wilkes, "Functionalism, Psychology, and the Philosophy of Mind" [SUBJECTS] Colin McGinn, "A Note on Functionalism and Function" [SUBJECTS] Robert C. Richardson, "Internal Representation: Prologue to a Theory of [SUBJECTS] Intentionality" [SUBJECTS] John Haugeland, "Analog and Analog" [DESCRIPTION] Contains W. V. Quine's "Replies to Eleven Essays." [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining.

{PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Philosophical Topics [VOLUME] 13 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] Fall 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Sharon Anderson-Gold, "Moral Principles and Modal Categories: A New [SUBJECTS] Reading of Kant's Critique of Practical Reason" [SUBJECTS] Randolph M. Feezell, "Thinking About the Aesthetic Attitude" [SUBJECTS] Eric Kraemer and Hardy Jones, "Freedom and the Problems of Evil" [SUBJECTS] Robert Van Gulick, "Physicalism and the Subjectivity of the Mental" [SUBJECTS] Daniel E. Flage, "Hume's Ethics" [SUBJECTS] Anthony L. Brueckner, "Skepticism and Epistemic Closure" [SUBJECTS] Ivan Fox, "The Individualization of Consciousness" [SUBJECTS] Paul Fitzgerald, "Four Kinds of Temporal Becoming" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Zeitschrift fur Evangelische Ethik [VOLUME] 22 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] January 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] The text itself does not appear to be marked. [DESCRIPTION] The front cover contains minor notes. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Rechte--nicht nur fur Menschen" {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Philosophy East & West [VOLUME] XXVIII [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] October 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Shu-hsien Liu, "Theism from a Chinese perspective" [SUBJECTS] Lee Siegel, "Theism in Indian thought" [SUBJECTS] John Borelli, "Vijnanabhiksu and the re-assertion of differencein-identity Vedanta" [SUBJECTS] Steven J. Bennett, "Chinese science: Theory and practice [SUBJECTS] John Visvader, "The Use of paradox in uroboric philosophies" [SUBJECTS] David Appelbaum and Ingrid Turner Lorch, "Tracking the discontinuity of perception" [SUBJECTS] Richard H. Jones, "The Nature and function of Nagarjuna's

arguments" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Theism in Asian and Western thought." {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Philosophy and Phenomenological Research [VOLUME] XLIII [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] June 1983 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Gregory Sheridan, "Can There Be Moral Subjects in a Physicalistic Universe?" [SUBJECTS] Adrian Michael Mirvish, "Merleau-Ponty and the Nature of Philosophy" [SUBJECTS] Richard A. Fumerton, "The Paradox of Analysis" [SUBJECTS] Steven J. Wagner, "Descartes's Arguments for Mind-Body Distinctness" [SUBJECTS] Dennis Rohatyn, "Hume's Dialectical Conceits: The Case of Dialogue XII" [SUBJECTS] Alec Hyslop, "On Seeing-As" [SUBJECTS] Michael Heim, "The Realization of Infinity: On the Philosophy of John M. [SUBJECTS] Anderson" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 3 [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] Winter 1973 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Robert R. Llewellyn, "Whitehead and Newton on Space and Time Structure" [SUBJECTS] Dalton D. Baldwin, "Evil and Persuasive Power: A Response to Hare and [SUBJECTS] Madden" [SUBJECTS] Sheilah O'flynn Brennan, "Perception and Causality: Whitehead and [SUBJECTS] Aristotle" [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 6 [ISSUE] 1

[DATE] Spring 1976 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Bernard Loomer, "Two Conceptions of Power" [SUBJECTS] Colin Gunton, "Rejection, Influence, and Development: Hartshorne in [SUBJECTS] the History of Philosophy" [SUBJECTS] John F. Haught, "Dipolar Theism: Psychological Considerations" [SUBJECTS] L. Bryant Keeling, "Feeling as a Metaphysical Category: Hartshorne from [SUBJECTS] an Analytical View" [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne, "Why Psychicalism? Comments on Keeling's and [SUBJECTS] Shepherd's Criticisms" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 7 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Spring 1977 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Lewis S. Ford and Marjorie Suchocki, "A Whiteheadian Reflection on [SUBJECTS] Subjective Immortality" [SUBJECTS] Sheilah O'flynn Brennan, "Substance Within Substance" [SUBJECTS] David Ray Griffin, "The Subjectivist Principle and Its Reformed and [SUBJECTS] Unreformed Versions" [SUBJECTS] Alfred North Whitehead, "Liberty and the Enfranchisement of Women" [SUBJECTS] Robert Fancher, "Of Time, the Self, and Rem Edwards" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 7 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] Summer 1976 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Thomas H. Lutzow, "The Structure of the Free Act in Bergson" [SUBJECTS] Milic Capek, "Immediate and Mediate Memory" [SUBJECTS] Leonard Gibson, "The LSD Experience: A Whiteheadian Interpretation" [SUBJECTS] Archie Graham, "Metaphysical Principles and the Category of the [SUBJECTS] Ultimate"

[DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 7 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] Fall 1977 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Robert E. Doud, "Whitehead and Merleau-Ponty: Commitment as a [SUBJECTS] Context for Comparison" [SUBJECTS] Robert S. Brumbaugh, "Space as Neither Vacuum nor Plenum" [SUBJECTS] Henry Pierce Stapp, "Quantum Mechanics, Local Causality, and Process [SUBJECTS] Philosophy" [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne, "Bell's Theorem and Stapp's Revised View of [SUBJECTS] Speace-Time" [SUBJECTS] Juliana Geran Pilon, "Lockeian Roots of the Ontological Principle" [SUBJECTS] Eugene H. Peters, "Hartshorne on Actuality" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 7 [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] Winter 1977 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Robert Neville, "Wang Yang-Ming's Inquiry on the Great Learning" [SUBJECTS] Theodore R. Vitali, C. P., "The Peirceian Influence on Hartshorne's [SUBJECTS] Subjectivism" [SUBJECTS] William B. Jones, "Bell's Theorem, H. P. Stapp, and Process Theism" [SUBJECTS] David M. Brahinsky, "Process and Generality" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Contains two copies of the same issue. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 8 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Spring 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Jorge Luis Nobo, "Whitehead's Principle of Relativity" [SUBJECTS] Franklin I. Gamwell, "Happiness and the Public World: Beyond

Political Liberalism" [SUBJECTS] Lee F. Werth, "The Untenability of Whitehead's Theory of Extensive [SUBJECTS] Connection" [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 8 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] Summer 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] David Bohm, "The Implicate Order: A New Order for Physics" [SUBJECTS] Edward Pols, "Human Agents as Actual Beings" [SUBJECTS] Duff Watkins, "The Screwtape Letters and Process Theism" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 9 [ISSUE] 1-2 [DATE] Spring-Summer 1979 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Patrick J. Hurley, "Russell, Poincare, and Whitehead's Relational Theory [SUBJECTS] of Space" [SUBJECTS] Peter Miller, "Temporal Concepts: A Schematic Analysis" [SUBJECTS] Frank W. Quillen, "The Ethereal Body as a Means of Survival" [SUBJECTS] Lori E. Krafte, "Subjective Immortality Revisited" [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Contains two copies of this volume. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 11 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] Fall 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Herbert J. Nelson, "Experience, Dialectic, and God" [SUBJECTS] Lewis S. Ford, "The Divine Activity of the Future" [SUBJECTS] Andrew G. Bjelland, "Capek, Bergson, and Process ProtoMentalism" [SUBJECTS] Milic Capek and J. Brenton Stearns, "Philosophy and Classical [SUBJECTS] Determinism"

[DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 13 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Spring 1983 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Robin Blaser, "The Violets: "A Cosmological Reading of a Cosmology" [SUBJECTS] Conrad Hilberry, "Whiteheadian Poems" [SUBJECTS] Strachan Donnelley, "The Philosopher's Poet: Boris Pasternak, Dr. Zhivago, and [SUBJECTS] Whitehead's Cosmological Vision" [SUBJECTS] John C. Gilmour, "Art and the Expression of Meaning" [SUBJECTS] Ekbert Faas, "From Mimesis to Kinesis: The Aristotelian Dramatic Matrix, [SUBJECTS] Psychoanalysis, and Some Recent Alternatives" [SUBJECTS] William Dean, "Whitehead's Other Aesthetic" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 15 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] Summer 1986 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Donald W. Sherburne, "Decentering Whitehead" [SUBJECTS] Edward Pols, "The Nonspeculative Basis of Metaphysics" [SUBJECTS] Sidney Gelber and Kathleen Wallace, "Justus Buchler: Nature, Power, and [SUBJECTS] Prospect" [SUBJECTS] David L. Hall, "Culture, History, and the Retrieval of the Past" [SUBJECTS] Robert C. Neville, "A Thesis Concerning Truth" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Speical Issue on Philosophy after Whitehead: Process Though in a New [DESCRIPTION] Key. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 19 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Spring 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies

[BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Piotr Gutowski, "Charles Hartshorne's Rationalism" [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne, "Response to Piotr Gutowski" [SUBJECTS] Reto Luzius Fetz, "Aristotelian and Whiteheadian Conceptions of Actuality:I" [SUBJECTS] Lewis S. Ford, "The Reformed Subjectivist Principle Revisited" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Two copies of the same volumes. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 19 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] Summer 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Delwin Brown and Sheila Greeve Davaney, "Methodological [SUBJECTS] Alternatives in Process Theology" [SUBJECTS] William Dean, "Empirical Theology: A Revisable Tradition" [SUBJECTS] Philip E. Devenish, "The Experience of Value and Theological [SUBJECTS] Argumentation" [SUBJECTS] David Ray Griffin, "Process Theology as Empirical, Rational, and [SUBJECTS] Speculative: Some Reflections on Method" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Two copies of the same volumes. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 21 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Spring 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Lewis S. Ford, "Subjectivity in the Making" [SUBJECTS] John D. Kronen, "Can Leclerc's Composite Actualities be Substances?" [SUBJECTS] George W. Shields, "Hartshorne and Creel on Impassibility" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 21 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] Summer 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] John B. Cobb, Jr., "The Philosophy of Charles Hartshorne"

[SUBJECTS] David Ray Griffin, "Hartshorne, God, and Relativity Physics" [SUBJECTS] Mary Elizabeth Mullino Moore, "Musings of a PhychologistTheologian: [SUBJECTS] Reflections on the Method of Charles Hartshorne" [SUBJECTS] Marjorie Hewitt Suchocki, "Charles Hartshorne and Subjective Immortality" [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne, "Some Not Ungratful But Perhaps Inadequate About [SUBJECTS] Comments on My Writings and Ideas" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 21 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] Fall 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Dorothy Emmet, "Whitehead and Alexander" [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne, "Some Comments on Randall Morris' Process Philosophy [SUBJECTS] and Political Ideology" [SUBJECTS] Daniel Dombrowski, "Hartshorne, Metaphysics and the Law of Moderation" [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne, "Some Under- and Over-rated Great Philosophers" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 22 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] Summer 1993 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Nancy R. Howell, "Feminism and Process Thought" [SUBJECTS] Kathlyn A. Breazeale, "Don't Blame It on the Seeds: Toward a Feminsit [SUBJECTS] Process Understanding of Anthropology, Sin, and Sexuality" [SUBJECTS] Ann Pederson, "Forensic Justification: A Process Feminist Critique and Construction" [SUBJECTS] Heather Ann Ackley Bean, "Eating God: Beyond a Cannibalizing Christology" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 22 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] Fall 1993 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46

[SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Ervin Laszlo, "The Choice and the Responsibility" [SUBJECTS] Paul O. Ingram, "The Jeweled Net of Nature" [SUBJECTS] Stephanie Kaza, "A Buddhist Response to Paul Ingram" [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Special Issue on Ecology and Process Thought. [DESCRIPTION] Two copies of the same volume. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 23 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Fall 1994 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Helmut Maassen, "Plato's Mythical God: The Demiurgos" [SUBJECTS] Joseph A. Bracken, "Proposals for Overcoming the Atonism Within [SUBJECTS] Process-Relational Metaphysics" [SUBJECTS] John B. Cobb, Jr., "Sherburne on Providence" [SUBJECTS] Granville C. Henry and robert J. Valenza, "The Principle of Affinity in [SUBJECTS] Whiteheadian Metaphysics" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 24 [DATE] 1995 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Leemonb. McHenry, "Whitehead's Pansychism as the Subjectivity of [SUBJECTS] Prehension" [SUBJECTS] Lewis S. Ford, "Panpscychism and the Early History of Prehension" [SUBJECTS] Joseph E. Earley, Sr., "Toward A Reapprehension of Causal Efficacy" [SUBJECTS] Richard L. Brougham, "Reality and Appearance in Bergson and Whitehead" [SUBJECTS] John C. Mullarkey, "Bergson and the Language of Process" [SUBJECTS] Paul S. Nancarrow, "Realism and Anti-Realism: A Whiteheadian Response [SUBJECTS] to Richard Rorty" [SUBJECTS] Andrew J. Kerr, "Ethical Status of the Ecosystem in Whitehead's Philosophy" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Special Issue on Prehension. [DESCRIPTION] Two copies of the same volume.

{PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 26 [ISSUE] 1-2 [DATE] Spring-Summer 1997 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Leemon McHenry, "Quine and Whitehead: Ontology and Methodolgy" [SUBJECTS] W. V. Quine, "Response to Leemon McHenry" [SUBJECTS] Daniel A. Dombrowski, "Process Thought and the LiberalismCommunitarianism [SUBJECTS] Debate: A Comparision with Rawls" [SUBJECTS] Granville C. Henry and Robert J. Valenza, "The Preprojective and the [SUBJECTS] Postporjective: A New Perspective on Causal Efficacy and Presentational [SUBJECTS] Immediacy" [SUBJECTS] Donald Dryden, "Whitehead's Influence on Susanne Langer's Conception [SUBJECTS] of Living Form" [SUBJECTS] Randall Auxier, "Susanne Langer on Symbols and Analogy: A Case of [SUBJECTS] Misplaced Concreteness?" [SUBJECTS] Rolf Lachmann, "From Metaphysics to Art and Back: The Relevance of Susanne [SUBJECTS] K. Langer's Philosophy for Process Metaphysics" [SUBJECTS] Susanne K. Langer, "Notes on Whitehead's Course on Philosophy of [SUBJECTS] Nature" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Special Focus on Susanne K. Langer and Whitehead. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 26 [ISSUE] 3-4 [DATE] Fall-Spring 1997 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Jorge Nobo, "Experience, Eternity, and Primordiality: Steps Towards [SUBJECTS] a Metaphysics of Creative Solidarity" [SUBJECTS] Lewis S. Ford, "Nobo's Eternal Realities and the Primordial Decision" [SUBJECTS] Daniel Arnold, "Much Ado About Nothing: Thoughts on Neville's [SUBJECTS] Ontological Questions and Comparative Philosophy" [SUBJECTS] Timothy Eastman, "Process Thought and Natural Science" [SUBJECTS] C. Papa Theodorou and Basil Hiley, "Process, Temporality and

[SUBJECTS] Space-Time" [SUBJECTS] David Finkelstein and Wm. Kallfelz, "Organism and Physics" [SUBJECTS] Daniel Athearn, "Whitehead as Natural Philosopher: Anachronism or [SUBJECTS] Visionary?" [SUBJECTS] La Wrence Fagg, "Electromagnetism, Time and Immanence in [SUBJECTS] Whitehead's Metaphysics" [SUBJECTS] Joseph Rosen, "Response to Hartshorne Concerning Symmetry and [SUBJECTS] Asymmetry in Physics" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Special Focus on Process Thought and Natural Science. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 27 [ISSUE] 1-2 [DATE] Spring-Summer 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Jorge Nobo, "Celebrating Lewis S. Ford's Thought in Process" [SUBJECTS] George R. Lucas, Jr., "Lewis S. Ford: A Life in Process" [SUBJECTS] Robert C. Neville, "Lewis S. Ford's Theology: A Critical Appreciation" [SUBJECTS] John B. Cobb, Jr., "Re-Reading Science and the Modern World" [SUBJECTS] Jorge Luis Nobo, "The Approach to Whitehead: Traditional? Genetic? [SUBJECTS] or Systematic?" [SUBJECTS] George Allan, "God as Future: On Not Taking Time Seriously" [SUBJECTS] Jason Brown, "Foundations of Cognitive Metaphysics" [SUBJECTS] Denis Hurtubise, "The Prehensibility of God's Consequent Nature" [SUBJECTS] Lewis Ford, "The Consequeces of Prehending the Consequent Nature" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. [DESCRIPTION] Special Focus on Lewis S. Ford. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 28 [ISSUE] 1-2 [DATE] Spring-Summer 1999 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] David Ray Griffin, "Materialist and Panexperientialist Physicalism" [SUBJECTS] Jaegwon Kim, "Physicalism and Panexperientialism: Response to David [SUBJECTS] Ray Griffin" [SUBJECTS] David Ray Griffin, "Reply to Jaegwon Kim" [SUBJECTS] Nicholas Rescher, "On Situating Process Philosophy" [SUBJECTS] Timothy Sprigge, "Whitehead and Santayana"

[SUBJECTS] Robert Kimball, "Error in Causal Efficacy" [SUBJECTS] Luis Pedraja, "Whitehead, Deconstructionism, and Postmodernism" [SUBJECTS] Anita Miller Chancey, "Rationality, Contributionism, and the Value of Love: [SUBJECTS] Hartshorne on Abortion" [SUBJECTS] Henry Simoni-Wastila, "Is Divine Relativity Possible? Charles Hartshorne [SUBJECTS] on God's Sympathy with the World" [SUBJECTS] William S. Hamrick, "A Process View of the Flesh: Whitehead and [SUBJECTS] Merleau-Ponty" [SUBJECTS] Duane Voskuil, "Discussion of Palmyre M. F. Oomen's Recent Essays [SUBJECTS] in Process Studies" [SUBJECTS] Theodore Walker, "Why Avoid Statements About What God Cannot Do?" [DESCRIPTION] Contains heavily margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Speculative Philosophy [VOLUME] 1 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] 1987 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Paul Weiss, "Intuction: Its Nature, Justification, and Presuppositions" [SUBJECTS] John E. Smith, "Being and Willing: The Foundations of Ethics" [SUBJECTS] Beth J. Singer, "On Some Differences Between Metaphysical and Scientific [SUBJECTS] Discourse" [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne, "Some Theological Mistakes and Their Effects on [SUBJECTS] Modern Literature" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Speculative Philosophy [VOLUME] V [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] 1991 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne, "An Open Letter to Carl Sagan" [SUBJECTS] Edward W. James, "Mind-Body Continuism: Dualities Without Dualism" [SUBJECTS] Christopher Perricone, "The Powers of Art: Reflections on 'The Dynamo and [SUBJECTS] the Virgin"

[SUBJECTS] Martin Weatherston, "Heidegger on Assertion and Kantian Intuition" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Speculative Philosophy [VOLUME] VII [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] 1993 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Karl-Otto Apel, "Can an Ultimate Foundation of Knowledge Be [SUBJECTS] Non-Metaphysical?" [SUBJECTS] Beth J. Singer, "Systematic Nonfoundationalism: The Philosophy of [SUBJECTS] Justus Buchler" [SUBJECTS] Carl Page, "Philosophy and the Outlandishness of Reason" [SUBJECTS] John E. Drabinski, "Radical Empirism and Phenomenology: Philosophy [SUBJECTS] and the Pure Stuff of Experience" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Speculative Philosophy [VOLUME] VII [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] 1993 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Sandra B. Rosenthal, "Giving Ourselves a Little Time for Mead and for [SUBJECTS] Derrida--And Why Bother" [SUBJECTS] George Allan, "Process Ideology and the Common Good" [SUBJECTS] Hermann Deuser, "Chistianity--Sign Among Signs?" [SUBJECTS] Ron L. Cooper, "Heidegger and Whitehead on Lived-Time and Causality" [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Speculative Philosophy [VOLUME] VIII [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] 1994 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] David Weissman, "Positivism Reconsidered" [SUBJECTS] Joseph Margolis, "Carnap's Constructions: A Reply to Weissman" [SUBJECTS] Drew A. Hyland, "Potentiality and Presence in Plato: the Significance of

[SUBJECTS] Place in the Platonic Diaolgues" [SUBJECTS] Stephen A. Erickson, "Hegel, Freud, and Archeology: Reflections toward [SUBJECTS] Millenium" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Speculative Philosophy [VOLUME] VIII [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] 1994 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] John Lachs, "Persons and Different Kinds of Persons" [SUBJECTS] Frank Lucash, "Spinoza's Philosophy of Immanence--Dogmatic or [SUBJECTS] Critical?" [SUBJECTS] Ross Zucker, "Subjective Premise for Social Theory of Rights" [SUBJECTS] Charles Hartshorne, "Three Important Scientists on Mind, Matter, and the [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics of Religion" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Speculative Philosophy [VOLUME] VIII [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] 1994 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Hermann Deuser, "Hume's Pragmaticist Argument for the Reality of [SUBJECTS] God" [SUBJECTS] Felicia E. Druse, "An Ordinal Context for Ecofeminism" [SUBJECTS] Todd May, "The Limits of the Mental and the Limits of Philosophy: [SUBJECTS] From Burge to Foucault and Beyond" [SUBJECTS] Richard Dien Winfield, "Natural Beauty and the Philosophy of Art" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Speculative Philosophy [VOLUME] IX [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] 1995 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Mark Kingwell, "The Plain Truth about Common Sense: Skepticism,

[SUBJECTS] Metaphysics, and Irony" [SUBJECTS] Warren G. Frisina, "Metaphysics and Comparative Philosophy: A [SUBJECTS] Discussion of Metaphysics in light of Robert C. Neville's Epistemology" [SUBJECTS] Francis P. Coolidge, Jr., "On the Grounds for Aristocracy and the [SUBJECTS] Rejection of Philosophy: A Reflection on Plato's Charmides" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Speculative Philosophy [VOLUME] X [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] James Bradley, "Act, Event, Series: Metaphysics, Mathematics, and [SUBJECTS] Whitehead" [SUBJECTS] Joseph C. Flay, "Cleaning up the Litter" [SUBJECTS] Larry A. Hickman, "Technologies of the World, Technologies of the Self: [SUBJECTS] A Reply to Kenneth Stikkers" [SUBJECTS] Jonathan Jacobs, "Representation, Cognition, and Realism" [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Speculative Philosophy [VOLUME] XI [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] 1997 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Helmut Pape, "Perspectivity: G. W. Leibniz on the Representation of [SUBJECTS] Ontological Structure" [SUBJECTS] J. Prescott Johnson, "Spirituality and Community" [SUBJECTS] William D. Melaney, "Art as a Form of Negative Dialectics: "Theory in [SUBJECTS] Adorno's Aesthetic Theory" [SUBJECTS] W. J. Mander, "McTaggart's Argument for Idealism" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Speculative Philosophy [VOLUME] XI [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] 1997 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46

[SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Hermann Deuser, "Is There a Metaphysics of Community? A Continental [SUBJECTS] Perspective on American Philosophy" [SUBJECTS] Robert Cummings Neville, "Comments on 'Is There a Metaphysics of [SUBJECTS] Community? A Continental Perspective on American Philosophy" [SUBJECTS] Fred Dallmayr, "Truth and Diversity: Some Lessons from Herder" [SUBJECTS] E. Paul Colella, "Philosophy in the Piazza: Giovanni Papini's Pragmatism [SUBJECTS] and Italian Politics" [SUBJECTS] Katri Kaalikoski, "Replacing God: Reflections of Iris Murdoch's Metaphysics" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Speculative Philosophy [VOLUME] XI [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] 1997 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Richard M. Gale, "From the Specious Present to the Suspicious Present: [SUBJECTS] The Jack Horner Phenomenology of William James" [SUBJECTS] Joseph Grange, "Community, Environment, Metaphysics" [SUBJECTS] Michael J. McGandy, "The Ethical Importance of Justus Buchler's Notion of [SUBJECTS] Query" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Speculative Philosophy [VOLUME] XI [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] 1997 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Sandra B. Rosenthal, "Scientific Method and Natural Attunement: The [SUBJECTS] Illuminating Alliance of Dewey and Buddhism" [SUBJECTS] John Lachs, "Transcendence in Philosophy and in Everyday Life" [SUBJECTS] Frank M. Oppenheim, "The Peirce-Royce Relationship, Part 1" [SUBJECTS] Victorino Tejera, "Generality and Reflective Quality in Works of Art: A [SUBJECTS] Peircean Account"

[SUBJECTS] Judith Bradford, "Telling the Difference: Feminist Philosphy and Miller's [SUBJECTS] Actualist Semiotics" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Speculative Philosophy [VOLUME] XII [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Judith A. Jones, "Teach Us to See It: A Retrieval of Metaphysics in Ethics" [SUBJECTS] Frank M. Oppenheim, S. J. "The Peirce-Royce Relationship, Part Two" [SUBJECTS] Christopher Perricon, "Poetic Philosophy: The HeideggerWilliams [SUBJECTS] Connection" [SUBJECTS] Hilde Hein, "Why not Feminist Aesthetic Theory?" [SUBJECTS] Sandra B. Rosenthal, "News from Abroad" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Speculative Philosophy [VOLUME] XII [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Beth J. Singer, "Introduction: Paul Chevigny and Hans Seigfried on Rights" [SUBJECTS] Paul Chevigny, "Human Rights and Dialogue Rights" [SUBJECTS] Hans Seigfried, "Human Rights, Ends-in-View, and Controlled Inquiry: [SUBJECTS] A Response to Paul Chevigny's Dialogue Rights" [SUBJECTS] Randall E. Auxier, "Time and Personality: Browne on Time, Evolution, and [SUBJECTS] History" [SUBJECTS] Marianne Janack, "Rorty on Ethnocentrism and Exclusion" [SUBJECTS] Oscar Nudler, "On the Western Modes of World Order" [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Speculative Philosophy [VOLUME] XII

[ISSUE] 4 [DATE] 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 46 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] John T. Lysaker, "Binding the Beatiful: Art as Criticism in Adorno and Dewey" [SUBJECTS] Rebecca Kukla, "Reading Literature after Hegel" [SUBJECTS] John J. Stuhr, "Consciousness of Doom: Criticism, Art, and Pragmatic [SUBJECTS] Transcendence" [SUBJECTS] Michael Sullivan, "Law's Literature: Reconstruction or Diversion?" [SUBJECTS] Sandra B. Rosenthal, "Contemporary Process Metaphysics and Diverse [SUBJECTS] Intuitions of Time: Can the Gap Be Bridged?" [SUBJECTS] William J. Gavin, "The Woman, The Warrior, and the Wedding: James's [SUBJECTS] Pragmatism, Marriage, and Divorce" [SUBJECTS] Sami Pihlstrom, "Pragmatic Realism and Transcendental Conditions" [DESCRIPTION] Symposium: Philosophy and the Genres of Criticism. [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Royce, Josiah [TITLE] The World and the Individual [PUBLISHER] The Macmillan Company [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1920 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Theory of Being [SUBJECTS] Realism and Mysticism [SUBJECTS] Rationalism [SUBJECTS] Experience [SUBJECTS] Meaning of Idea [SUBJECTS] Universality and Unity [SUBJECTS] Individuality and Freedom [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underlining throughtout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Wisdom, John [TITLE] Philosophy and Psycho-Analysis [PUBLISHER] Philosophical Library [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1953 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Science and Ethics

[SUBJECTS] G.E. Moore [SUBJECTS] Idea of God [SUBJECTS] Psycho-Analysis [SUBJECTS] Bertrand Russell [SUBJECTS] Probability [SUBJECTS] Things and Persons [SUBJECTS] Ayer [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Royce, Josiah [TITLE] The Hope of The Great Community [PUBLISHER] The Macmillan Company [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1916 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Civil War [SUBJECTS] Hope of the Great Community [SUBJECTS] Possibility of International Insurance [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Wahl, Jean [TITLE] Jules Lequier [PUBLISHER] Traits [PUB LOCATION] Geneve/ Paris [DATE] 1948 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Biography of Jules Lequier [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Callot, Emile [TITLE] Propos sur Jules Lequier [PUBLISHER] Marcel Riviere et Cie [PUB LOCATION] Paris [DATE] 1962 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Jules Lequier [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderately margin notations and underlining throughout. Especially heavily marked on the article, "La Liberte Fondement Du Savoir." {THESIS} [AUTHORS] Vitali, Theodore Raymond [TITLE] Charles Hartshorne: The Ontological Argument: Model for NeoClassical Metaphysics

[TYPE] M. A. thesis [PUBLISHER] Graduate School of Saint Louis University [DATE] 1973 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {MULTIVOLUME BOOK} [AUTHORS] President and Fellows of Harvard College [TITLE] Harvard Class of 1921: Fiftieth Anniversary Report [SERIES TITLE] Harvard Class [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, Massachusetts [DATE] 1971 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Gilson, Etienne [TITLE] L'etre et L'Essence [PUBLISHER] Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin [PUB LOCATION] Paris [DATE] 1948 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Fechner, Gustav T. [TITLE] Zend-Avesta, Oder Uber Die Dinge Des Himmels Vol. 2 [PUBLISHER] Berlag von Leopold Bob [PUB LOCATION] Leipzig [DATE] 1922 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Religion [SUBJECTS] Philosophy [SUBJECTS] Immortality [SUBJECTS] God [SUBJECTS] Philosophy of Nature [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Philosophers on Their Own Work [EDITORS] Andre Mercier; Maja Svilar [PUBLISHER] Peter Lang [PUB LOCATION] Bern/ Frankfurt am Main/ Las Vegas [DATE] 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's Biography.

{EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] A Key to Whitehead's Process and Reality [EDITORS] Sherburne, Donald W. [PUBLISHER] Indiana University Press [PUB LOCATION] Bloomington and London [DATE] 1966 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Speak Out: Against The New Right [EDITORS] Vetter, Herbert F. [PUBLISHER] Beacon Press [PUB LOCATION] Boston, MA [DATE] 1982 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Concerning Abortion: An Attempt at a Rational View" {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology & Philosophy [VOLUME] 8 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] September 1987 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology & Philosophy [VOLUME] 10 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] September 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Zeitschrift fur Evangelische Ethik [VOLUME] 22 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] January 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked [DESCRIPTION] Two copies of the same volume. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Philosophy East and West [VOLUME] XXVIII

[ISSUE] 3 [DATE] July 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Aesthetics and Art Criticism [VOLUME] 51 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] Spring 1993 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked [DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is "Aesthetics: Past and Present--A Commemorative Issue [DESCRIPTION] Celebrating 50 Years of The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism and [DESCRIPTION] the American Society for Aesthetics. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Philosophy and Phenomenological Research [VOLUME] XXXII [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] June 1972 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Philosphy and Phenomenological Research [VOLUME] XL [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] March 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 47 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Journal of Speculative Philosphy [VOLUME] 8 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] 1994 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Three Important Scientists on Mind, [DESCRIPTION] Matter, and the Metaphysics of Religion. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society [VOLUME] XIX

[ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Winter 1983 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society [VOLUME] XXII [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] Summer 1986 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Philosophical Topics [VOLUME] 12 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] Winter 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology & Philosphy [VOLUME] 7 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] January 1986 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's article, "Reeves and Sterns on My Idealism." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] Anselm's Discovery: A Re-examination of the Ontological Argument for God's Existence [PUBLISHER] Open Court [PUB LOCATION] LaSalle, ILL [DATE] 1887 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 14 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] Summer 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48

[SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 17 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Spring 1988 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 11 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Spring 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Graduate Studies Texas Tech University [VOLUME] 10 [DATE] December 1975 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked [SUBJECTS] Charles Sanders Peirce [DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is "Charles Sanders Peirce: Contributions to The Nation Part One: 1869-1893" [DESCRIPTION] Compiled and Annotated by Kenneth Laine Ketner and James Edward Cook" {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Graduate Studies Texas Tech University [VOLUME] 16 [DATE] November 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked [SUBJECTS] Charles Sanders Peirce [DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is "Charles Sanders Peirce: Contributions to The Nation Part Two: 1894-1900" [DESCRIPTION] Compiled and Annotated by Kenneth Laine Ketner and James Edward Cook" {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Graduate Studies Texas Tech University [VOLUME] 19 [DATE] April 1979 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked [SUBJECTS] Charles Sanders Peirce

[DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is "Charles Sanders Peirce: Contributions to The Nation Part Three: 1901-1908" [DESCRIPTION] Compiled and Annotated by Kenneth Laine Ketner and James Edward Cook" {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Graduate Studies Texas Tech University [VOLUME] 30 [DATE] October 1987 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked [SUBJECTS] Charles Sanders Peirce [DESCRIPTION] Subtitle is "Charles Sanders Peirce: Contributions to The Nation Part Four: Index" [DESCRIPTION] Compiled and Annotated by Kenneth Laine Ketner and James Edward Cook" {THESIS} [AUTHORS] Williams, Ronald Leigh [TITLE] God and the Good: A Philosophic Analysis of the Concept of Divinity in its Practical Application [PUBLISHER] Yale University [PUB LOCATION] New Haven, CT [DATE] 1973 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Hazelett, Richard and Dean Turner [TITLE] Benevolent Living: Tracing the Roots of Motivation to God [PUBLISHER] Hope Publishing House [PUB LOCATION] Pasadena, CA [DATE] 1990 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Good Life: Philosophy 101 [VOLUME] 13 [DATE] October 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Southwest Philosophy Review [VOLUME] 8 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] January 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies

[BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Southwest Philosophy Review [VOLUME] 9 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] January 1993 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Theology Today [VOLUME] XLI [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] January 1985 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Perspectives: Research and Creative Activities [DATE] Spring 1998 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Review of Metaphysics [VOLUME] XLVIII 3 [ISSUE] 191 [DATE] March 1995 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The American Scholar [VOLUME] 41 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] Spring 1972 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The American Philosophical Association [VOLUME] 54 [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] March 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked

{PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 21 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] Fall 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Purna Yoga [VOLUME] 3 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] August 1977 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] PHP: A Forum for a Better World [ISSUE] 8 [DATE] May 1971 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked [DESCRIPTION] Contains Hartshorne's essay, "Selfishness in Man." {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Dialogue [VOLUME] 31 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] October 1988 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Dialogue [VOLUME] 22 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] October 1979 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] The Modern Schoolman [VOLUME] XLIV [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] November 1966 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked

{BOOK} [AUTHORS] Fang, Thome H. [TITLE] The Chinese View of Life: The Philosophy of Comprehensive Harmony [PUBLISHER] The Union Press [PUB LOCATION] Hong Kong [DATE] 1957 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Jungel, Eberhard [TITLE] Gottes Sein Ist Im Werden: Verantwortliche Rede vom Sein Gottes bei KarlBarth Eine Paraphrase [PUBLISHER] J. C. B. Mohr [PUB LOCATION] Tubingen [DATE] 1976 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Feibleman, James K. [TITLE] Understanding Philosophy: A Popular History of Ideas [PUBLISHER] Horizon Press [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1973 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Krisis [VOLUME] 1 [ISSUE] 1 [DATE] Summer 1983 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Wright, Sewall [TITLE] Evolution and the Geetics of Populations: A Treatise in Three Volumes Vol. One: Genetic and Biometric Foundations [PUBLISHER] The University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago and London [DATE] 1968 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK}

[AUTHORS] Wright, Sewall [TITLE] Evolution and the Genetics of Populations Vol. 2: The Theory of Gene Frequencies [PUBLISHER] The University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago and London [DATE] 1969 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 48 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Wright, Sewall [TITLE] Evolution and the Genetics of Populations Vol 3: Experimental Results and Evolutionary Deductions [PUBLISHER] The University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago and London [DATE] 1977 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Jordan, Rudolf [TITLE] The Autobiography of Rudolf Jordan [PUBLISHER] Frederick Fell Publishers, Inc [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Bindra, Dalbir [TITLE] The Brain's Mind [PUBLISHER] Gardner Press, Inc [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1980 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Martin, R. M. [TITLE] Mind, Modality, Meaning, and Method [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany, NY [DATE] 1983 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Bouwsma, O. K.

[TITLE] Philosophical Essays [PUBLISHER] University of Nebraska Press [PUB LOCATION] Lincoln [DATE] 1969 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [AUTHORS] Ockham, William [TITLE] Predestination, God's Foreknowledge, and Future Contingents [TRANSLATORS] Marilyn McCord Adams and Norman Kretzmann [PUBLISHER] Appleton-Century-Crofts [PUB LOCATION] New York [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lucas, Jr. George R. [TITLE] The Genesis of Modern Process Thought: A Historical Outline with Bibliography [PUBLISHER] The Scarecrow Press, Inc. and the American Theological Library Association [PUB LOCATION] Metuchen, NJ/ London [DATE] 1983 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Concepts of Nature and God: Resources for College and University Teaching [EDITORS] Ferre, Frederick [PUBLISHER] The University of Georgia [PUB LOCATION] Athens, Georgia [DATE] 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {EDITED/TRANSLATED BK} [TITLE] Philosophy and Environmental Crisis [EDITORS] Blackstone, William T. [PUBLISHER] University of Georgia Press [PUB LOCATION] Athens, Georgia [DATE] 1974 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Rescher, Nicholas

[TITLE] Many-Valued Logic [PUBLISHER] McGraw-Hill Inc. [PUB LOCATION] New York [DATE] 1969 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Lillie, Arthur [TITLE] Buddha and Buddhism [PUBLISHER] T. & T. Clark [PUB LOCATION] Edinburgh [DATE] 1900 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Newman, J. H. [TITLE] Apologia Pro Vita Sua [PUBLISHER] Longmans & Co [PUB LOCATION] London [DATE] 1891 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Wiehl, Reiner [TITLE] Metaphysik und Erfahrung: Philosophische Essays [PUBLISHER] Suhrkamp [PUB LOCATION] Germany [DATE] 1996 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Cleary, Denis [TITLE] Antonio rosmini: Introduction to his Life and Teaching [PUBLISHER] Rosmini House [PUB LOCATION] Durham, England [DATE] 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Association Lecomte Du Nouy [VOLUME] 4 [DATE] Spring 1973 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49

[SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] American Journal of Theology and Philosophy [VOLUME] 10 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] September 1989 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Bulletin of the Santayana Society [VOLUME] 18 [DATE] Fall 2000 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [TITLE] American Academy of Arts and Sciences Records 2000 [PUB LOCATION] Cambridge, MA [DATE] September 2000 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Ferre, Frederick [TITLE] Philosophy of Technology [PUBLISHER] Prentice-Hall, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey [DATE] 1988 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Rescher, Nicholas [TITLE] Peirce's Philosophy of Science: Critical Studies [PUBLISHER] University of Notre Dame Press [PUB LOCATION] Notre Dame/ London [DATE] 1978 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Corrington, Robert s. [TITLE] An Introduction to C. S. Peirce: Philosopher, Semiotician, and Ecstatic Naturalist [PUBLISHER] Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. [PUB LOCATION] Lanham, Maryland [DATE] 1993

[LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Weiss, Paul [TITLE] Toward A Perfected State [PUBLISHER] State University of New York Press [PUB LOCATION] Albany, New York [DATE] 1986 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Not Marked {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Whitehead, Alfred North [TITLE] Nature and Life [PUBLISHER] The University of Chicago Press [PUB LOCATION] Chicago [DATE] 1934 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Sense-perception [SUBJECTS] Prehension [DESCRIPTION] Contains extensive margin notations and underlining throughout. {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Creative Transformation [VOLUME] 3 [ISSUE] 2 [DATE] Winter 1994 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] 49 [SUBJECTS] Parapsychology and Post-Modern Process Theology {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 11 [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] Winter 1981 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] # 49 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] James E. Huchingson, "Organization and Process: Systems Philosophy and Whiteheadian [SUBJECTS] Metaphysics." [SUBJECTS] Joseph E. Earley, "Self-Organization and Agency: In Chemistry and In Process [SUBJECTS] Philosophy. [SUBJECTS] Henry J. Folse, Jr. "Complementarity, Bell's Theorem, and the Framework of Process

[SUBJECTS] Metaphysics." [SUBJECTS] George Wolf, "Psychological Physiology From the Standpoint of a Physiological Psychologist. [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor margin notations and underlining. [DESCRIPTION] Speicial Interest on G. Wolf's "Psychological Physiology From the Standpoint of a Physiological Psychologist." {PERIODICAL} [TITLE] Process Studies [VOLUME] 5 [ISSUE] 3 [DATE] Fall 1975 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] # 49 [SUBJECTS] Moderately Marked [SUBJECTS] Fowler's "Whitehead's Theory of Relativity" [SUBJECTS] Hoffert, "A Political Vision for the Organic Model" [SUBJECTS] Schindler, "Consciousness in Satisfaction as the Prereflective Cogito" [SUBJECTS] Boyle, "Interpoints: A Model for Divine Spacetime" [DESCRIPTION] Contains moderate margin notations and underliing throughout. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Skutch, F. Alexander [TITLE] Origins of Nature's Beauty [PUBLISHER] University of Texas Press [PUB LOCATION] Austin, Texas [DATE] 1992 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] # 49 [SUBJECTS] Slightly Marked [SUBJECTS] Ornithology [DESCRIPTION] Illustrations by Dana Gardner. {MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIO} [AUTHORS] Hartshorne, Charles [TITLE] Papers on Birdsong [SUBJECTS] Birdsong [DESCRIPTION] Manuscript Collection of Papers on Birds Song. [DESCRIPTION] It contains eleven articles. {JOURNAL ARTICLE} [AUTHORS] Boulting, Noel E. and Others [TITLE] Between Anthropocentrism and Ecocentrism [PERIODICAL] Philosophy in the Contemporary World [VOLUME] 2 [ISSUE] 4 [DATE] Winter 1995 [PAGES] 1-28 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] # 49

[SUBJECTS] Ecology [SUBJECTS] Noel E. Boulting [SUBJECTS] Bill Devall [SUBJECTS] Peter J. Mehl [SUBJECTS] James B. Bauer [DESCRIPTION] Contains four articles, whic are: Boulting's "Between Anthropocentrism and Ecocentrism," Devall's "Earthday 25: A Retrospective of Reform Environmental Movements," Mehl's "The Self Well Lost: Psychotherapeutic Interpretation and Nelson Goodman's Irrealism," and Sauer's "Economies, Technology, and the Structure of Human Living." {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Anesaki, M. [TITLE] Prince Shotoku, the Sage-Statesman of Japan [PUBLISHER] Horyuji Temple [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] # 49 [SUBJECTS] Shotoku [DESCRIPTION] Contains minor editorial notation. {UNPUBLISHED WORK} [AUTHORS] Popper, Karl R. [TITLE] The Demarcation Between Science and Metaphysics [DATE] January 1955 [LOCATION] Center for Process Studies [BOX #] # 49 [SUBJECTS] Science and Metaphysics [SUBJECTS] Carnap [DESCRIPTION] An old copy of Popper's contribution to the planned Carnap volume of The Library of Living Philosophers . Note: This manuscript appears in Hartshorne's collection but contains no marks. {BOOK} [AUTHORS] Whitehead, Alfred North [TITLE] Process and Reality [PUBLISHER] Macmillan Company [PUB LOCATION] New York [LOCATION] CST Special Collection Room [BOX #] 43 [SUBJECTS] Heavily Marked [SUBJECTS] Process and Reality [DESCRIPTION] It is fragile, but it contains extensive margin notations. [DESCRIPTION] Missing Pages: 503-536


								
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