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DYADIC AUTHORITATIVE COMPARATIVE

DYADIC AUTHORITATIVE COMPARATIVE
The Dyadic Authoritative Comparative is a system of evaluation used to evaluate the value of a subject as any entity or state, by comparison between opposite poles, like riding is faster than walking but not a fast as flying. It is also used to assess the Consequence of Being of any given phenomenon, entity or event as a determination of its right to exist.

The Dyadic Authoritative Comparative is an inferior/superior dichotomy with a scale of value in between. Either end of the scale, as the inferior/superior, good/bad, high/low or least/most, are termed the Antithetical Matrix and the Metaphysical Ideal. These poles represent attributes, from which to measure against, as so many degrees more or less. For example the consequence of humankind is something more than an animal and something less than angels. The Dyadic Authoritative Comparative is a description presented as a schematic, which underlies the Antipodal Associative Paradigm.

ANTITHETICAL MATRIX 1-------10 METAPHYSICAL IDEAL
EXTRA MUNDANE AUTHORITY


ABSENCE OF CONSEQUENCE
The negation of inherent value and consequence of any or all entities, as a condition of the natural world, so that anything can be used as material for the creation of Excess and Profit, necessitates a system to regulate what can and cannot be transformed or destroyed, as either natural or human created.

BIPOLAR CONSEQUENCE
Bipolar Consequence is the division of value into an inferior and superior dichotomy in which what is inferior can be used as material for the creation or superior states and entities.

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