They are self-determinate and intrinsically active.
They are the fundamental substance and are “the final real things of which the world is made up”
Individual actual entities may aggregate together to form larger societies.
They are interdependent and internally and externally related.
He does not actually exist.
He cannot force human beings to make any decision and cannot intervene in natural processes.
He cannot force human beings to make decisions because the power of self- determination is greater than God’s powers.
If God was taken out of the picture things would still consistently be the same.
Experience presupposes consciousness.
Consciousness presupposes experience.
Consciousness and experience are essentially the same.
Experience and consciousness are entirely unrelated.
God is the final cause toward which all the actual occasions are striving.
God is the entity that provides forms of definiteness for the actual occasions, organizing the world but does not determine the path those things take.
God is the being that determines all of life for people, animals, plants, and inanimate objects by presenting forms of definiteness in specific ways.
Whitehead’s philosophy is non-theist, so he plays no role.
The novel syntheses of the past judgments.
The meticulous hypothetical dissection of each potential outcome.
An appeal to the Divine.
The reconciliation of polar opposite philosophical differences to reach a “middle-ground.”