The Nature of the Individual, by Isabel Scribner Stearns
Gegensatz Press
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ISBN 978-1-933237-18-3
Includes an article-length
Foreword by Jude Jones of
Fordham University.
Alfred North Whitehead called Isabel
Scribner Stearns the most talented
female philosopher in America.

Drawing on Whitehead and her other
teachers, Paul Weiss, C.I. Lewis,
H.H. Price, and Grace de Laguna,
as well as the traditions of ancient
Greek philosophy, Continental
Rationalism, German Idealism, and
American Pragmatism, Stearns has
created an epistemologically and
logically sound systematic account
of the ontology of individuation and
the relational genesis and endurance
of individual beings.
"This is a surprising little
book that will generously
reward the careful reader. It is
unfortunate that it has not
been more widely known
since its composition in the
1930s. But, as the cliche has
it, better late than never."

- from the book review by
Daniel Dombrowski in
The
Review of Metaphysics
64, 4
(June 2011): 882-883.