In the world-process there are several distinct stages, to each of which Aristotle devotes a special work, or series of works.
Thus the world-process is the process of the redemption alike of God, of the world and of our own selves.
If we once reach it, the word “world-process” will never pass any man's lips again without a smile.
Take a balance and put Hartmann's “Unconscious” in one of the scales, and his “world-process” in the other.
Such a point of view has accustomed the Germans to talk of a “world-process,” and justify their own time as its necessary result.
But ultimately, at the termination of the world-process, they will meet, although coming from different directions.
When they are once understood, no one will take Hartmann's words on the world-process as anything but a joke.
Having briefly indicated the general nature of Being, we now proceed to a more detailed examination of the world-process.
As with Empedocles and the Atomists, a moving force is required to explain the world-process of unmixing.
Mind plays the part of the moving force which explains the world-process of unmixing.