Process Philosophy: A Reader is the first text to bring together excerpts of original writings from right across process thought. Keith Robinson draws from both the continental and anglophone traditions and spans an incredible amount of history - starting with the rootedness of process thinking in Greek thought and moving right through to the new materiality debates in contemporary thought. The first text to include primary texts from the critics of process philosophy in the text itself, we don't only hear from Whitehead, Bergson, Marx and Deleuze but also from critics such as Jacques Ranciere, Graham Harman, A.J. Ayers and Heidegger. An engaging introduction to the key thinkers and critics in the history of process thought.