New Book (December 21): ‘Dynamic Realism. Uncovering the Reality of Becoming through Phenomenology and Process Philosophy’ by Tina Röck

About the book:

Philosophy has traditionally considered reality as a set of static objects. Tina Röck transcends this understanding to explore the realistic potential of relational and dynamic ontology. These explorations are both complex and problematic as we attempt to reconceptualise being, truth and knowledge as processual.

To navigate this thinking, Röck takes a new phenomenological path into a realism that discloses the world as temporal and relational, without dismissing the epistemological difficulties surrounding genuine change. A fundamental challenge to outdated ways of thinking in our rapid, interconnected world, this book provides a provocative and contemporary understanding of our temporal reality.

About the author

Tina Röck is Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Dundee, Scotland. Prior to this post, she taught and researched at the University of Kassel, Germany and the University of Innsbruck, Austria. Her research has focussed on process ontology, dynamic modes of thinking and ancient Greek Philosophy. She is the author of Physis als bewegte Existenz – Eine Ontologie des Konkreten (2016) and is co-editor of Perspektiven der Metaphysik (2014). Her articles and chapters have appeared in numerous scholarly publications.

What people say about Dynamic Reality

The ambition of this book is breathtaking: nothing less than the articulation of a new metaphysics. More astonishing is the ease with which Tina Röck persuasively achieves this feat, drawing on resources ancient, modern and contemporary to reformulate the relation of thinking and being. Remarkable.

– Craig Lundy, Nottingham Trent University

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