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Analytische Philosophie (VI): Analytische Prozessontologie

  • Johanna Seibt
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Zusammenfassung

Die Wirklichkeitsbeschreibungen der Philosophie des 20. Jahrhunderts bis heute enthalten Bezugnahmen auf dynamische Aspekte in allerlei begrifflichen Variationen: auf ›durée‹, ›actual occasions‹, Werden, Ereignisse, Prozesse, Aktivitäten, ›flows‹, ›shifts‹, ›occurrences‹, ›Aktualisierungen von Potentialitäten‹, Realisierungen von ›powers‹, ›dynamics‹, und so fort. Aber welcher dieser Ansätze, deren Selbstbezeichnungen weit auseinanderliegen, lässt sich dem methodologischen Modell der analytischen Ontologie zuordnen? Und welche dieser Bezugnahmen ist theoretisch hinreichend zentral oder grundlegend, um von einer ›Prozessontologie‹ zu sprechen? Da ›analytische Prozessontologie‹ noch keine gängige Klassifikation ist, müssen zunächst die Kriterien vorgestellt werden, die eine Einordnung leiten können.

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  • Johanna Seibt
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  1. 1.AarhusDänemark

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