World in Process: Creativity and Interconnection in the New Physics

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SUNY Press, Nov 2, 2000 - Philosophy - 242 pages
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World in Process provides not only an up-to-date description of the ideas of modern physics and cosmology, but also connects those ideas to process thought. To make these connections, a brief introduction to process philosophy is provided so that the new physics and process thought can be integrated.
 

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Contents

Process Philosophy
1
Ideas from the Special and General
15
Waves and Particles
49
Quantum Mechanics
69
HighEnergy Physics
99
Complex Systems
117
Cosmology
139
Cosmology and Divinity
167
A World in Process
191
Notes
203
Glossary
213
Suggested Additional Reading
221
Note on Supporting Center
227
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At the University of California, Davis, John A. Jungerman is Professor Emeritus of Physics and Founding Director of the Crocker Nuclear Physics Laboratory. He is the coauthor (with Paul P. Craig) of Nuclear Arms Race: Technology and Society.

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