Single location, simple location and misplaced concreteness

Review of Metaphysics 7 (2):225-247 (1953)

That Whitehead's remarks on simple location entail neither an absolute theory of space-time nor a relativistic one. The evidence for this conclusion, especially in view of Whitehead's own remarks, is very good. The ghosts raised by Emmet and Das are laid.
Keywords Concreteness  Location  Metaphysics  Perception  Alston, W  Whitehead
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