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This 1922 book forms the follow up volume to The Principles of Natural Knowledge (1919) and The Concept of Nature (1920). Whitehead puts forward an alternative theory of relativity, which goes against the heterogeneity of Einstein's later theories in deducing that 'our experience requires and exhibits a basis in uniformity'.About the Author:
Alfred North Whitehead (1861 1947) was a prominent logician, mathematician and philosopher in the early twentieth century and helped pioneer the 'process philosophy' approach to metaphysics. He was Professor of Philosophy at Harvard University until his retirement in 1937.
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