• “the term perceptgenesis is used, fractions of a second. The mere passage of time, however, does not constitute a process. Process entails change. And change can be conceptualized in qualitative as well as quantitative terms, the latter often being an abstraction of the former." When change cannot be registered any more, the process has come to an end, or when change has become random (as demonstrated by Kragh, 1955, in experiments with visual afterimages). Process can have positive as well as negative connotations. Processes are usually thought of as furthering growth. True enough, they can be the tools of adaptive behavior, of maturation and survival. But processes can also be”