I (Jesse) recently chatted with one of my favorite ecophilosophers, bloggers, and youtubers, Matthew David Segall. Matthew is a a doctoral candidate in philosophy and religion at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, CA. His knowledge of the history of philosophy is … Read more about Matthew David Segall – Science, Religion, Eco-Philosophy, Etheric Imagination, Psychedelic Eucharist, Ecological Crisis and more…
by Austin Roberts If you’re like me and have ever wondered what a “process Marxism” would look like, the recently published Organic Marxism: An Alternative to Capitalism and Ecological Catastrophe by Philip Clayton and Justin Heinzekehr is an exciting vision of such a possibility. It is in fact … Read more about Marx & Whitehead: Reviewing “Organic Marxism”
Guest-post by Austin Roberts. He is a PhD student at Drew University, studying with the incomparable Catherine Keller. [listen to her podcast here] You should 100% follow his blog and you might want to read his book on eco-theology Process pairing Jürgen Moltmann and John Cobb. As a process … Read more about Between Radical & Confessional Theologies: Whitehead’s God
In this special episode Deacon Jeremy Fackenthal & Tripp Fuller talk Marx and Whitehead at the 2012 Emergent Village Theological Conversation for 2012. The "Inverse Theology" that is referenced is from Walter Benjamin and Theodore Adorno. Also referenced is the popular blog from last … Read more about Occupy Theology: Marx and Whitehead
Part 1 I like reading Linbeck.* I used to say that I love Lindbeck but I ran into two snags: I had no idea what people did with Lindbeck. I did not realize that it often led to retreat into a neo-Catholic expression. I did not (and still do not) fully understand that there is some inherent … Read more about The Limits of Language: Lindbeck and Whitehead
Over the next month we will continue ramping up for the Emergent Village Theological Conversation for 2012. We are very excited about bring the Emergent camp (who we love) into dialogue with Process thought (which we love) in a live-interactive-open ended- relational engagement. These blog posts … Read more about God is great! Jesus is super … but is he unique?
Tony Jones said, "It seems to me contradiction to hold that God gets what God wants, and that human beings have near-absolute freedom to love or not love God. Except that process theology may be a way around that (Tripp?)." Well Tony here's my attempt to summarize Whitehead in 800 words....the short … Read more about The Presence and Power of God in Process Philosophy