Alfred North Whitehead (1861-1947) "theory of organism", attempted a synthesis of metaphysics and sdence.
His works include Principia Mathematica 1910-1913 (with Bertrand Russel), The Concept of Nature in 1920, and Adventures of Ideas in 1933.
He was professor of applied mathematics at London University 1914-1924, and professor of philosophy at Harvard University, USA, 1924-1937. Other works include Principles of Natural Knowledge in 1919, Science and the Modern World in 1925, and Process and Reality in 1929.
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Alfred North Whitehead was an English philosopher and mathematician.