Creativity (process philosophy)


Creativity (process philosophy)

Creativity is a term coined by Alfred North Whitehead to show a force in the universe that allows the presence of actual entity a new one based on actual entity, others actual entities.[1] Creativity is the principle of novelty.[2]

References

  1. ^ John B. Cobb dan David Ray Griffin. 1976, Process Theology, An Introduction. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press. 27-28.
  2. ^ Robert Audi. 1995, The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy. Cambridge: The Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge. 851-853.

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