- The world is unitary, not fragmented into "things"
- The history of the world is a continuous process, not fragmented into "events"
- Things and events are temporary clusters of world features
- The fundamental sense is touch
- All senses are (like touch) a physical interaction between the observer's body and the environment
- Perceptions are the foundation of mind, therefore mind is part of the bodily interaction with the world
- Nature is permeated by mind
- Every particle is an event having both an "objective" aspect of matter and a "subjective" aspect of experience
- Some material compounds, such as the brain, create the unity of experience that we call "mind"
- Process theology: God and the universe are evolving together