Category Archives: Philosophy-Process

Ancient Process Philosophers

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Heraclitus                                                               Laozi                                  Buddha

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Heraclitus and Laozi can be viewed as the earliest representatives of what we can call process philosophy. Continue reading Ancient Process Philosophers

The Basics of Process Philosophy

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Alfred North Whitehead (1861 – 1947)

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There is a strong tendency to overlook process and to think we simply live in world full of separate things. We use nouns, which indicate some kind of stable entities — what in the philosophical tradition have been called “substances.” Continue reading The Basics of Process Philosophy