Alfred North Whitehead, b. February 15, 1861 in England, d. December 30, 1947 in USA. He is known for his early collaboration with Bertrand Russell on the Principia Mathematica, and as the founder of the metaphysical doctrine of process philosophy.
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Alfred North Whitehead -- Philosopher for the Muddleheaded
A laudatory essay by Richard Lubbock, expounding the value of Whitehead's ideas for Western thought.
Everything Is Permuted
Covers the process philosophy of A N Whitehead, including essays, links, conferences and related news, and a quick introduction to Whitehead's thought.
MacTutor History of Mathematics: Alfred Whitehead
Biography of this logician and philosopher by J.J. O'Connor and E.F. Robertson. Traces the relationship between his private life and his writings.
Malaspina Great Books: Alfred North Whitehead
Concise biography of this noted 20th-century thinker, with descriptions of the doctrines of process philosophy and process theology.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Alfred North Whitehead
Article by A. D. Irvine. Includes picture, chronology, bibliographies of primary and secondary sources.
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