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[catalogued under 7. Existence / B. Change in Existence / 2. Processes]

Full Idea

Process philosophy is considered to include ideas of process as basically physical (Whitehead 1929), as basically organic (Bergson 1910), and as basically psychological (James 1890).

Gist of Idea

Basic processes are said to be either physical, or organic, or psychological


R.D. Ingthorsson (A Powerful Particulars View of Causation [2021], 7.4)

Book Reference

'Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Time', ed/tr. Callender,Craig [OUP 2013], p.116

A Reaction

I take Whitehead to be the only serious contender here.