Here you will find a digitized image of Hejdánek's original filing cabinet. Its total volume is many thousand tickets. We publish them in parts as we handle them. At the moment we have worked out what prof. Hejdánek himself developed electronically. However, much work remains on paper cards. In addition to Hejdánek's extracts from reading, the filing cabinet also includes his own thought work from recent years, which cannot be found elsewhere.
Alfred North Whitehead
This is a theory of monads; but it differs from Leibniz’s in that his monads change. In the organic theory, they merely become. Each monadic creature is a mode of the process of ,feeling‘ the world, of housing the world in one unit of complex feeling, in every way determinate. Such a unit is an ,actual occasion‘; it is the ultimate creature derivative from the creative process.
The term ,event‘ is used in a more general sense. An event is a nexus of actual occasions inter-related in some determinate fashion in some exten¬sive quantum: it is either a nexus in its formal completeness, or it is an objectified nexus. One actual occasion is a limiting type of event. The most general sense of the meaning of change is ,the differences between actual occasions in one event.‘ For example, a molecule is a historic route of actual occasions; and such a route is an ,event.‘ Now the motion of the molecule is nothing else than the differences between the successive occasions of its life-history in respect to the extensive quanta from which they arise;  and the changes in the molecule are the consequential dif¬ferences in the actual occasions.
(7621, Process and Reality, The Free Press, NY-London 1979, p. 80.)
date of origin: říjen 2006