(via BiblioVault - The Archetypal Process: Self and Divine and Whitehead, Jung, and Hillman)
As someone who actually took a class on Whitehead where we read Process and Reality, this would be a very interesting book indeed. It includes Hartshorne (who made some good adjustments to Whitehead’s thinking on process philosophy and metaphysics) and then connects process philosophy to the archetypal psychology of Jung and James Hillman. This is a connection that seems rather ripe, given the archetypal nature of reality in process philosophy. (An attempt at a simple example is that a “stone” is not just a lump of matter for process philosophy, it is a series of events that constitute, to our perception, generally, a “stone as such” but which it would be more accurate to say is the “series of events of that type of stone-matter in that configuration which I am perceiving. It gets trickier from there, and I recommend any good introduction to Hartshorne and Whitehead before you try too much harder to get the full Whitehead-ean process philosophy and metaphysics.)
Did you know that Whitehead was also a physicist who had a theory of relativity that was different from (and competed with) Einstein’s?