Process philosophy is based on the premise that being is dynamic and that the dynamic nature of being should be the primary focus of any comprehensive account to how the world works. This paradigm draws on a tradition of thinkers from Heraclitus to twentieth-century process philosophers such as William James, Henri Bergson, and Alfred North Whitehead and beyond all of who, in various ways, viewed reality in terms of ceaseless process, flux, and transformation rather than as a stable world of unchanging entities.