Four different contributions about my Penser avec Whitehead are a bit like four different chemical tests, helping me to understand better how my proposition may activate interest and connections, but also, and more surprisingly, enlightening me about "how" I myself have inherited from Whitehead’s sphilosophical adventure. This answer weaves threads from Debaise, Goffey, Meyer, and Palin together with this very special gift I owe them all: the recognition that if I felt it needed to resist the notion of a Whiteheadian "conception of a creative world," it is because to me "thinking with Whitehead" is not thinking about the world, rather reclaiming the kind of trust that thinking requires.

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