In other words, such systems S have intrinsic dispositions to correlate with other systems/observers O, which manifest themselves as the possession of definite properties q relative to those Os. (Dorato, 2016, 239; emphasis original)
As he points out, referencing ideas due to philosopher C.B. Martin, such manifestations only occur as mutual manifestations involving dispositions characterizing two or more systems.3 Since these manifestations have a probabilistic aspect to them, the dispositions might also be referred to as propensities.
The metaphysic suggested by process views is effectively one in which the entire universe is a graph of real processes, where the edges are uninterrupted processes, and the vertices the interactions between them (Ladyman & Ross, 2007, 263).