Gunter, Pete (Addison Yancey)

views updated

GUNTER, Pete (Addison Yancey)

GUNTER, Pete (Addison Yancey). American, b. 1936. Genres: Novels, Environmental sciences/Ecology, Philosophy, Bibliography. Career: Auburn University, Alabama, assistant professor, 1962-65; University of Tennessee, Knoxville, associate professor, 1965-69; University of North Texas, Denton, chairman, 1969-76, Regents' University Professor of Philosophy, 1969-. Southwestern Philosophical Society, president, 1978-79; Foundation for Philosophy of Creativity, executive director, 1982-92, chairman of the board, 1992-. Publications: The Big Thicket: A Challenge for Conservation, 1972; Henri Bergson: A Bibliography, 1974, 1986; (with J.R. Sibley) Process Philosophy: Basic Writings, 1978; River in Dry Grass (novel), 1985; (with A. Papanicolaou) Bergson and Modern Thought: Towards a Unification of the Sciences, 1987; (with D.R. Griffin, J.B. Cobb Jr., M.P. Ford, P. Ochs) Founders of Constructive Postmodern Philosophy, 1992; (with M.F. Oelschlaeger) Texas Land Ethics, 1997. EDITOR: (and trans.) Bergson and the Evolution of Physics, 1969; (with R. Calvert) The Memoirs of W.R. Strong; Creativity in George Herbert Mead, 1990. Contributor of book reviews to magazines and journals. Address: 225 Jagoe, Denton, TX 76201, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]