A version of this article was first published on Amy Edelstein’s personal blog
This is a lecture on the life and process philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead by Amy Edelstein held at the University of Pennsylvania.
Amy Edelstein, educator, author, and public speaker is a powerful communicator of ideas and beliefs that can help us transform ourselves and the culture we live in. In 2014, she established Inner Strength, a non-profit organization, which has supported 10,000 Philadelphia high school students with mindfulness and systems thinking. Amy has 35+ years indepth experience working with mindfulness and other transformational tools and philosophies, and has taught around the world. In 2019 she was awarded a Philadelphia Social Innovation Award for her program’s work in Violence Reduction She is a Cornell University College Scholar, cofounder of Emergence Education, which produces transformational books and programs for adults, and is author of five books including the IPPY award winning, #1 educational bestseller, The Conscious Classroom.