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Progressive Materialism is fundamentally progressive. This is because all natural entities and conditions are considered to have no inherent consequence and thus may be replaced with human created progressed and superior states. The term Pseudo-Conservative refers to those individuals who believe themselves Conservative in the non-progressive sense, but in reality who are progressive.

The social classes are part and parcel of the Dyadic Authoritative Comparative system of evaluation. The Upper classes possess the tendency to identify and evaluate value and consequence by subtraction from from the Metaphysical Ideal and or Extra Mundane Authority end of the scale. Worth and consequence of any entity or condition is evaluated as some degree less than ideals that act as authority for human activity and behavior. Such that the standards for high social class are based upon select criterion only possible through the auspices of money, mannerisms and connections. Individuals are evaluated as compared to those most elite and with greatest advantage through property, education, skill or luck as a few examples. In religious terms, earthly conditions may be evaluated by subtraction, or as something less than the qualities and conditions of heaven.

At the other end of the social scale of the Dyadic Authoritative Comparative, is the tendency to evaluate from the Antithetical Matrix by addition. Thus the propensity is to assess value and consequence by adding from what is natural, undeveloped, primitive, poor or modest. For instance an individual from the middle classes such as a doctor, dentist or druggist may may be considered of higher status or added from a plumber, carpenter or sanitation worker. However this assessment is usually not made by subtraction from a senator, statesman or industrialist since those positions are too removed and may be mysterious. The upper comparative measure may be the local banker, cleric or mayor. The propensity to evaluate from the bottom accords to the lower social classes who have less education, less or little money, little or no property, live very modest living standards and work with their hands, or in general live closer to the natural conditions of the planet like farmers.

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