Comparison of two of the most important and difficult philosophical works of the twentieth century--Martin Heidegger's Being and Time, and Alfred North Whitehead's Process and Reality.
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Using Heidegger's method in Being and Time as a model, Cooper uncovers phenomenological currents and a transcendental approach in Whitehead's Process and Reality with particular attention to temporality. Subtilte: A Phenomenological Examination into the Intelligibility of Experience.