a. „Process Thought in Contemporary Europe: Germany“, in: Process Studies 9 (1979), 7-9.

Since the late 40’s there has been some effort expended on intro- ducing process thought to the German academic world. The teaching activity of Charles Hartshorne in Frankfurt after the war and translations of Whitehead’s works which appeared in Switzerland have awakened the first intensive interest in process thought. This is shown especially by several dissertations on Whitehead from the 50’s and early 60’s. But it is not until the second half of the 60’s that questions appear in German publications where process thought is essential if one is to answer these questions.

b. „De Situatie von het Proces-Denken in Duitsland“, in: Tijdschrift voor Filosofie 42 (1980), 105-107.

c. „Process Thought in Contemporary Europe: Germany“, in: P. Jonkers u. J. Van der Veken (Hg.), Whitehead’s Legacy, Louvain 1981, 69-71.