The denial of "bifurcation", so far as it is pertinent to what actually enters experience, seems to relate solely to sensory content, and only to a part of that - namely, to normal sense-data and perhaps to the illusions of waking life. The logical source and the historic origin of the error of bifurcation Professor Whitehead finds in what he terms "the fallacy of simple location". The prime merit of the relational view, for those who prefer it, is that it does not implicate the whole universe in the notion of every event or every locus. The concept of essential relations presents diverse facets to different eyes. To some its significance lies in the implication that the part lives only in and for the whole; hence the cult of the Idea of Totality in orthodox neo-Hegelianism. A conception of physical objects manifestly does not do away with simple location.