An excellent source of current philosophical thinking on issues related to this blog from an Asian perspective (primarily Buddhist and Daoist) is the International Journal for Field-Being, which is published by the International Institute for Field-Being. “Field-being” is one of the terms Asian thinkers (and translators) have used to encompass a kind of non-essentialist ontology of process, flow, and becoming. Among other thinkers broached in the journal, Western philosophers including Whitehead, Bergson, Heidegger, Derrida, and Dewey have figured prominently.

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