Introducing Whitehead's Principle of Process
Visually, Musically, and Verbally
That how an actual entity becomes constitutes what that actual entity is, so that the two descriptions of an actual entity are not independent. Its ‘being’ is constituted by its ‘becoming.’ This is the ‘principle of process.’
Whitehead, Alfred North. Process and Reality (Gifford Lectures Delivered in the University of Edinburgh During the Session 1927-28) (p. 23). Free Press. Kindle Edition.
* Nothing's going to change the principle of process. Things will always be changing.