The examples effectively illustrate the key ideas in each statement through concrete situations.
Drawing examples from diverse domains like nature, technology, society, art, etc. highlights the universality of change.
The examples cover different types and scales of change, from subatomic to cosmic.
Using analogies and metaphors allows creatively capturing abstract notions of change.
The examples highlight different aspects of change, including causes, processes, effects, responses.
Shorter and longer example pairs nicely expand on the core idea in each statement.
The examples align with the subject areas linked to each statement.
The flow from intrinsic physical change, to biological, then cognitive/social feels natural.
The examples fit well with the overall narrative arc through the statements.
The interdisciplinary nature of the examples mirrors the multifaceted perspective on change in process philosophy.
Overall the mapping demonstrates a thoughtful curation of examples to vividly illustrate the meaning of each statement on change. The examples enrich the conceptual meanings and ground them in tangible contexts.