John B. Cobb, jr., né en 1925 au Japon, héritier de l'école de Chicago, est l'un des principaux représentants de la théologie chrétienne du Process, inspirée de la philosophie de Alfred North Whitehead, qui entend souligner le caractère dynamique de la divinité. Il est codirecteur honoraire du Centre sur la Philosophie et la Théologie du Process, à Claremont (Los Angeles, Californie).

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  • John B. Cobb, jr., né en 1925 au Japon, héritier de l'école de Chicago, est l'un des principaux représentants de la théologie chrétienne du Process, inspirée de la philosophie de Alfred North Whitehead, qui entend souligner le caractère dynamique de la divinité. Il est codirecteur honoraire du Centre sur la Philosophie et la Théologie du Process, à Claremont (Los Angeles, Californie).
  • John B. Cobb, Jr. (lahir 9 Februari 1925; umur 89 tahun) adalah seorang teolog United Methodist Amerika yang memainkan peranan penting dalam perkembangan teologi proses. Ia memadukan metafisika Alfred North Whitehead ke dalam agama Kristen, dan menerapkannya ke dalam masalah-masalah keadilan sosial.
  • John B. Cobb (* 9. Februar 1925 in Kōbe, Japan) ist ein methodistischer Theologe und Vertreter der Prozesstheologie.
  • John B. Cobb, Jr. (born February 9, 1925) is an American theologian, philosopher, and environmentalist. Gary Dorrien has described Cobb as one of the two most important North American theologians of the twentieth century (the other being Rosemary Radford Ruether). Cobb is often regarded as the preeminent scholar in the field of process philosophy and process theology—the school of thought associated with the philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead. Cobb is the author of more than fifty books.A unifying theme of Cobb's work is his emphasis on ecological interdependence—the idea that every part of the ecosystem is reliant on all the other parts. Cobb has argued that humanity's most urgent task is to preserve the world on which it lives and depends, an idea which his primary influence—philosopher and mathematician Alfred North Whitehead—describes as "world-loyalty."Cobb is well known for his transdisciplinary approach, integrating insights from many different areas of study and bringing different specialized disciplines into fruitful communication. Because of his broad-minded interest and approach, Cobb has been influential in a wide range of disciplines, including theology, ecology, economics, biology and social ethics.In 1971, he wrote the first single-author book in environmental ethics—Is It Too Late? A Theology of Ecology—which argued for the relevance of religious thought in approaching the ecological crisis. In 1989, he co-authored the book For the Common Good: Redirecting the Economy Toward Community, Environment, and a Sustainable Future, which critiqued current global economic practice and advocated for a sustainable, ecology-based economics. He has written extensively on religious pluralism and interfaith dialogue, particularly between Buddhism and Christianity, as well as the need to reconcile religion and science.Cobb is the co-founder and current co-director of the Center for Process Studies in Claremont, California. The Center for Process Studies remains the leading Whitehead-related institute, and has witnessed the launch of more than thirty related centers at academic institutions throughout the world, including twenty-three centers in China. Cobb is also founder and president of the Institute for the Postmodern Development of China, which uses Whiteheadian ideas in order to move toward a sustainable economy and address practical problems associated with social change and globalization.
  • John B. Cobb, Jr. (9 de fevereiro de 1925) é um teólogo estadunidense da Igreja Metodista, o qual desempenhou papel crucial no desenvolvimento da teologia do processo. Ele integrou a metafísica de Alfred North Whitehead no cristianismo, e aplicou a resultante em questões de justiça social.
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  • John B. Cobb, jr., né en 1925 au Japon, héritier de l'école de Chicago, est l'un des principaux représentants de la théologie chrétienne du Process, inspirée de la philosophie de Alfred North Whitehead, qui entend souligner le caractère dynamique de la divinité. Il est codirecteur honoraire du Centre sur la Philosophie et la Théologie du Process, à Claremont (Los Angeles, Californie).
  • John B. Cobb, Jr. (lahir 9 Februari 1925; umur 89 tahun) adalah seorang teolog United Methodist Amerika yang memainkan peranan penting dalam perkembangan teologi proses. Ia memadukan metafisika Alfred North Whitehead ke dalam agama Kristen, dan menerapkannya ke dalam masalah-masalah keadilan sosial.
  • John B. Cobb (* 9. Februar 1925 in Kōbe, Japan) ist ein methodistischer Theologe und Vertreter der Prozesstheologie.
  • John B. Cobb, Jr. (9 de fevereiro de 1925) é um teólogo estadunidense da Igreja Metodista, o qual desempenhou papel crucial no desenvolvimento da teologia do processo. Ele integrou a metafísica de Alfred North Whitehead no cristianismo, e aplicou a resultante em questões de justiça social.
  • John B. Cobb, Jr. (born February 9, 1925) is an American theologian, philosopher, and environmentalist. Gary Dorrien has described Cobb as one of the two most important North American theologians of the twentieth century (the other being Rosemary Radford Ruether). Cobb is often regarded as the preeminent scholar in the field of process philosophy and process theology—the school of thought associated with the philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead.
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