Mind and Deity relation of the constituent self-luminosities to the self-luminosity of the whole would groan under heavy burdens. If each of the constituents is self-luminous, can it be inferred that the totality of them is reflexively self-luminous as a totality? If, as some philosophers hold, the individual phenomena are transmuted in the Whole (or, to be more accurate, would be so transmuted if they were not what, in fact, they are, viz. distinct individual phenomena) what becomes of the professed phenomenalism of the theory? If the phenomena are scattered into finite centres, what precisely is their totality? Would they be scattered as dust may be scattered into little whirling eddies that nevertheless may be parts of a dust-storm?