In this chapter, the authors debate a series of issues that arise from the arguments about relationality in Chapter 2. They discuss whether or not Chapter 2, despite its claims, presents a typology of relations and they explore the philosophical and political underpinnings of typologies. Other issues debated include the ontological status of relations, how we deal with relations that are not active at any particular moment, and the critical archaeological issue of change. These topics introduce issues connected with Indigenous religion, object-oriented ontology, the Deleuzian concept of the virtual, and the organization of an author’s kitchen cabinets.