Process philosophy

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Process philosophy is a metaphysical system developed by Alfred North Whitehead, and described in his book Process and Reality.

Discussion of the tenets of process philosophy should go here.

Whitehead was influenced by the ideas developed in the early 1900s by French Jewish philosopher Henri-Louis Bergson. Bergson was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1927.

Process philosophy later served as the inpiration for a process theology.