Development of Ancient Greek Process Thought

Haixia LI

Abstract


In recent years, the ecological crisis makes people begin to be keen on Whitehead’s process philosophy and Marx’s process philosophy. The gradual rise of process philosophy is the need of the times. However, process philosophy has not been concerned by just one philosopher, but been demonstrated by philosophers since the ancient Greeks to modern times. This article focuses on analyzing the development of process thought in the ancient Greek period.


Keywords


Process; Ancient Greece; Movement process

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References


Russell. (2007). A history of western philosophy. In Z. W. He & J. Lee (Trans.). Beijing: Commercial Press.

Zhao, D. H. (2001). A Brief history of western philosophy. Beijing: Peking University Press.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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